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One eye or the other seems slightly out of focus.

When focusing, one eye or the other seems slightly out of focus. Does the diopter address that and if so, which eye should I adjust to?

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Hi, one of your eyepieces has an twisty eye piece, its printed on the outside + & -, probably the right side? If its the right side you close your left eye and focus with your right, then open both & HEY Presto, you've got vision in both! Thanks Mark

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