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Suddenly lost ability to focus binoculars.

They were working great, then I lost ability to focus them. Help, please, frank

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Suddenly lost ability to focus binoculars.


Have you recently droped your binoculars, this may be a problem in the optics the other side of my binoculars has become blurry after geting "abused".
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My Nikon Action 8 x 40CF binoculars, 6 years old, are not giving me such sharp images. I have never before used the diopter ring (at base or right eyepiece) to try and focus because the central focus ring seemed to do the job and the diopter ring has never seemed to do anything, even when the bins were new. It rrotates a short distance between -, 0 and + but when I turn it there's no visible difference between these settings. Is it not functioning? Am I using it correctly (it seems I am from consulting the rather inadequate Nikon manual).


Possible that the set screws are loose and not turning the eyepiece inside..other than that try cleang the [email protected]
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The adjustment knob was very hard to turn. Any way to lubricate?


I would be inclined to use a penatrative aerosol lubricant (like WD-40) in very sparse quantities. Squirt a little in using the WD40 smart straw applicator to direct the lube accurately and work the adjuster back and forth in a small section. Repeat this until you have freed up the adjustment from one end of its scope to the other. The focal adjustment is typically housed separately to the lenses and careful application of the lube should not affect them - avoid overusing the lube and have a mopup cloth under the spray zone to keep overspray/drips to an absolute minimum.
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Why has focusing wheel stopped turning?


Perhaps only a screw got lose, or perhaps something broke. Don't try to repair this yourself. Goto a certified Swarofski crevice centre, or go back to your dealer.
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I have a Minolta Weathermatic 7x50 binoculars that suddenly I cannot get in focus. Additionaly, I see double on everything I view.


Really sorry about that godlen_po. I will report the problem to our support team. Anyways your binoculars requires cleaning. Though they are supposedly water proof they can be affected by conditions like humidity after prolonged use. You would need to take it to proffessional for cleaning. Do not I repeat do not attempt to clean it yourself using water or any other cleaning substance like soap etc., as you may damage the lenses permanently. I screwed up my binoculars this way only to know about cleaning later. If you need any help locating the nearest spot where you can get this fixed feel free to post back. I apologize once again for the incovinience caused. I will verify if its on my side and report to the support team.Thanks,Sai.
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I have a pair of Plastimo military binoculars which have been fine up to now, but suddenly, despite being able to focus using the two eye piece controls, I cannot get anything other than a double image, no matter what width of eye piece I use. Can you advise?


Hello - I never had Plastimo before but I have had a similar problem with double vision on a very similar looking pair of binoculars. The eye piece movement just re-aligns eye focus differences , a double image usually means one of the lenses has moved inside the main tube. (usually from a knock/fall etc) Can you rotate either one of the tubes ? On my pair I had to rotate anti-clockwide and found a prism inside that had slipped after a fall - Close one eye and try to gauge which side is the best side -- Ray
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Lost vision The telescope was working fine until I was trying to match the view through the smaller spotting scope with that of the main telescope, and suddenly I could faintly tell I was aimed at the moon by a soft glow alone, but could no longer actually see details nor the usual brightness of it. I've taken the scope apart and cleaned the lenses and mirror. I can see beautifully if I remove the eyepiece, but of course I'm just looking at the mirrors inside at that point. When I replace the eyepiece, all I can see is that very faint glow which, when focused, gives me that funky view of the inside of my own eyeball like when you get your eyes checked at the optometrist's office and they shine that bright light in your pupil. Any idea what's happened here and how I can fix it? Maybe I need a new eyepiece?


Your telescope is a "Newtonian," as such it requires regular "collimation" Collimation the alignment of the optics. The mirrors must be lined up properly for the telescope to deliver a good image to the eyepiece. Your scope sound like it is way out of collimation. My guess is that the diagonal (secondary) mirror has rotated in it's mount. There are three basic tools for collimating a Newtonian the Sight Tube, Cheshire and Autocollimator. To get your digonal aligned correctly you need a sight tube. Rather than spend a lot on these consider making your own and keep an eye on eBay offerings. Don't bother investing in a laser collimator, they simply don't do the job unless you go for the very best. From some help with the collimation process check these links. http://www.astronexus.com/node/6http://www.amateurastronomy.com/collimate.html The 60 page pamphlet "New Perspectives on Newtonian Collimation," Fourth Edition by Vic Menard and Tippy D’Auria runs $10, but if you really want to do it right it's worth the money. HTH, George
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