I want to be able to see a computer screen from three to five feet away when someone is training me on their computer. I am 65. People with younger eyes than mine use displays with such small print that I could not read the display if I sat 18' from the screen. I keep my own computer at 800X600 resolution. Do you have product that will solve my problem.
Some binoculars have a number followed by a degree symbol such as "10 degrees." (with the degree symbol). what this means is that you can get as close as 10 feet from your subject and still see a clear image. I think my binoculars are 6 feet (I'm a birder and it helps with hummingbirds believe it or not).
Try the Pentax Papilio 6X 21mm binocular. It focuses down to 18 inches, is about $129 online and has a great compensation factor to allow you to see normal stereo at close focus by moving the objectives automatically as you focus. Other binoculars do not do this so that you end up having to look thru 1 or the other eyepiece but not both. I have 2 pair I like them so much.
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Fill the five-gallon can from the creek. Pour three gallons into the three-gallon can, leaving two gallons in the five-gallon can. Empty the three-gallon can, then pour the two gallons from the five-gallon can into the three-gallon can. Fill the five-gallon can from the creek. You now have two gallons in the three-gallon can and five gallons in the five-gallon can for a total of seven gallons.
proceed with this steps and fix it. God bless you Instructions
Turn on your Sony Trinitron television.
Flip the power switch on your degausser.
Maneuver the degausser's coil so that it is a few inches
away from the face of the screen. Draw the center of the degausser coil
around the entire perimeter of the screen, and then return the degausser
to the middle of the screen.
Slowly back away from the Trintron's screen. This serves to
decrease the degausser's impact on the CRT's magnetic field to zero.
Continue backing away until you are about five feet away from the screen
Flip the power switch on your degausser to turn it off. The
CRT's magnetic field should return to its normal state and the picture
quality of your Sony Trinitron should improve.
Unfortunately the rubberised coatings on some binoculars (and, indeed, the focusing and zoom rings on some camera lenses) go like that in non-optimum storage conditions - i.e warm moist areas, such as a kitchen cupboard. I'm afraid I know of no way of curing this - you may need to take them to a repair facility and ask their advice.
Hold the Wii Remote upside-down with the buttons facing downward.
Tap the remote firmly against the palm of your hand three times to remove any dust sitting between the buttons and the electronic circuit board inside the remote.
Turn the remote upright and press one of the buttons. If the problem continues, Open your Wii Remote's battery door
Check that your Wii Remote contains two new "AA" batteries or a charged battery pack. Check that no corrosion is present on the battery's metal elements/connectors.
Use a cotton swab to clean the remote's battery element/connectors if corrosion is present.
Check that the Sensor Bar cable is inserted firmly into the back of your Wii gaming system. The Sensor Bar needs to be centered above or below your television so the Wii Remote can transmit signals to the gaming system.
Stand three feet away from the Wii gaming system/Sensor Bar.
Aim the remote and press any button to test the device.
If the remote is not working, stand five to 10 feet away from the gaming system and try the device. The Wii Remote works best three to 10 feet away from the gaming system/Sensor Bar.
Move any objects blocking the signal from the remote to the gaming system/Sensor bar--candles, other remote controls (TV/cable box) and wireless computer devices/cellular phones.
Also, if any sunlight is coming in through a window, close the curtains or blinds to keep the light from interfering with the remote's signal.
Turn off and unplug your Wii gaming system. Leave the unit unplugged for one minute. Plug the gaming system back in.
If the remote still aint working;
Turn the Wii system on. Press and hold the red "SYNC" button for 15 seconds when the "Health and Safety" screen appears on your television. The "SYNC" button is behind the small door on the front of your Wii unit.
Release the "SYNC" button. Remove the battery cover and batteries/battery pack from the back of your Wii Remote.
Press and release the red button located under the battery compartment. The blue lights on the front of the remote will blink
Press and release the "SYNC" button on the front of your Wii gaming system. The "Player" light on the gaming system stops blinking and stays on, the resetting process is complete
This is called "rubber-banding". Your scope needs to be re-trained.
So, setup a target during the day at least 100 feet away from the scope (200 feet would be better, Calibrate motors using the same power source you use at night, and Train Drives. Later after dark, do a Calibrate sensors on Polaris.
You should train drives about once per year, and calibrate sensors about twice per year.
You may want to update the firmware before you Train Drives. The latest version is 43Eg available on the Meade.com web site. You with need the Autostar Updater Software also available on the Meade web site under Customer Service---- Downloads. Version 5.9
You have to take pictures maybe 20 feet away. You may want to test the scope by plugging the camera into your computer and take pictures so they're instantly downladed on your PC so you can get an idea of whatthe range is. Yes, this camera is cheap, but what can you expect for less tha $15
this is caused by the unit not being held still enough. try taking a picture with the unit on a solid surface of an object at least 50 feet away if still blury contact bushnell at 800-423-3537 and obtain information on how to send into their service department.
Please provide more information: Have you loaded the software on the computer? Is the software compatible with your computer operating system? Does the computer recognize the binoculars when you connect them? Lastly, an easy way to find out if it is the binoculars or a compatibility/connectivity issue with the computer is to use a memory card (rather than the binocular's internal memory) and then try to read the card independent of the binoculars.