Question about Fujinon Polaris FMTRC-SX (7x50) Binocular
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Its easier to explain seeing a diagram. Go to Tascos website and download the instruction manual for the Offshore binoculars or Steiner Optic website and download the general binoculars instruction manual. It has all of Steiners models incuding those with a reticle. Most reticles are the same and there is no difference between meters and yards as your calculations are an approximate.
If your Fujinon is an ex military unit it has what is known as an M22 reticle. It is only slighlty different as it is graduated in mils but the calculations is the same. If it is the M22, google Binocular M22 manual. The military number for this is TM 9-1240-403-12 & P
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
Try Adorama camera in New York. They are good to deal with. Binoculars.com also used to carry parts but I have found since they sold to a conglomerate their customer service is wanting and i switched to Adorama. They also post international.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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