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My Nikon Action 16 X 50--4.1 --serial number 715480BJ

I own a set of Nikon Action 10 X 50 (6.5) binoculars and recently purchased another set of the Nikon Action 16 X 50 (4.1)..the first pair are great--good visability, adjustments, etc, etc--but the 2nd. pair ( the 16 X 50), do not focus in well and I just can get a good clear viewing as in the 10 X 50's..When I look at the same object with bosth pair, at approx 200 yards, I cant get the 16 X 50's to focus properlty.

Do you think there is a problem with them?

Ron

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  • ronronrog50 Jan 29, 2008

    Yes I have adjusted for the master eye--via rotating the one eye piece..Ron

  • robert samples May 11, 2010

    are you adjusting for your master eye

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A 16x50 will be less bright than a lower power binocular. It will also show up any distortion due to atmospherics more.
The best solution is to increase the size of the front objective, to do this take them back and exchange them for say a 15x70 or similar. Note: you will not be able to hand hold these successfully! Tripod mounting is recommended for any magnification greater than 12X

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Id take thm back then the prisems may be out of line

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