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Condensation on several lenses in left tube of 10/42!!wow

10 42 with condensation on multiple prisims within tube, absolutley freaked out what shall i do.

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I live in Florida and my binocs frequently get wet.I put them out in the direct sun for a couple of hours and it cooks the moisture out of them. I have had a pair of Pentax 12x50s for about 30 years.I've probably dried them out a dozen times or so.Good Luck

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Best bet is to try several configurations --- there could be several HUNDRED different ways to assemble.!!! ???

Chalk it up to experience and never disassemble an eyepiece again--- some of them have as many as 8 or 9 elements inside.

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Assuming you are focussing correctly. When binoculars are out of collimation the most usual effect is double vision as the optical axis do not line up. The only thing you can do is to take them to a binocular repairer. The problem is the cost. Proper repair need the use of a device known as a collimator and it is a laborious task to do it properly. Your binoculars do not carry a high monetary value and a proper repair will cost more than a new binocular of similar specs. Porro prism binoculars mostly have the objective lenses set further apart than the eyepieces. This holds true except for reverse porro prisms which are the other way round. Roof prisms have both the front and rear lenses inline.
Make sure when you focus that the first eye you use to focus with is the one where the eyepiece does not have its own focus ring (dioptre). The dioptre adjustment is on either the left or the right depending on the brand. That eyepiece should be left alone until you have focused using the center ring. Then leave the center ring alone and focus the eyepiece that has the adjustment ring.

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