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How to adjust collimation

I see double out of my 15x70 celestron skymater

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SOURCE: Repair of Celestron binos found in river

thought i answered this before but at my age who knows....the problem is water contains minerals that will eventyaully corrode the optics or at least the coatings.anyway if you want i can give you an esimate to repair....larry@reichinstruments.com

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thought i answered this before but at my age who knows....the problem is water contains minerals that will eventyaully corrode the optics or at least the coatings.anyway if you want i can give you an esimate to repair....larry@reichinstruments.com

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