Question about Optics
How interesting! Why did they fall out? I suggest you start by doing a web search for your model of spotting scope (since you haven't included that info so I can't search for it) and look for a technical drawing that shows the lenses and their order. But, even that might not solve your problem because some of the lenses may be slightly different from one face to the other, which difference may not be obvious from drawings. Thus, if a lens is inserted "backward" it could affect the focus and magnification. Ditto with lens spacers and threaded rings. Then there is the matter of re-assembly being accomplished without fingerprints, dust, weather sealing, etc. I hope you are successful.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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