Question about Bushnell Powerview 13-7016 (7-15x35) Binocular
I recently droped my binocular in water and now have a hazy film & dry water spots on the inside of the lenses. How do I dismantle the binocular to clean the lenses.
On the whole, I'd advise against dismantling binoculars yourself. Unlike most other optical devices, alignement is really important because you need to feed the same image into both eyes. If you're going to end up paying someone to realign the instrument, you might as well get them to do the cleaning at the same time. A.
Posted on Apr 20, 2007
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