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How to collimate zeiss binoculars

Very slightly out of aligment causing slight double vision

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I'm assuming you have set the dioptre correctly for your eyes.

Normally this is caused by a collimation error when one (or both) prisms move. This can be by a small amount.

Your going to have to take them in for service/repair to fix this as is not a DIY problem. (Unless of course you have a collimator lying around)

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take it into an outdoor shop and they can check the mirror alignment, seems that it may have "altered' itself

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First look through the binoculars backwards keeping your face about a foot behind them. If you notice any fogginess as you look through then they will need to be taken to a service centre for repair. Your local camera shop may know of a repairman. I can advise for Australia, but not so much for the USA of Britain. In USA the one company I am aware of is Captain's Nautical Supplies in Seattle.

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