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Taking pic's When I snap a picture it is to low. I am looking thru the binoculars and have it right on the target and when I snap it will show up below the object. Hoe do I set this?

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  • WHAT BIRD Jul 12, 2008

    These binoculars are only o.k. to look through....pics are anything BUT what you saw then. Have mounted it on tripod.....no help.........where do you need to AIM it to get a shot of what you WANT?? Does anybody know?

  • Anonymous Jul 19, 2008

    Same problem. When I have the shot in perfect focus, I snap it and when I download it.... No pic or it is below the object. Where do we aim to get the shot.

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put in the lowest power eyepiece you have in the telescope, the one with a high number on it.

it's a good idea to align the 'finder' with the telescope during the day time--it's much easier.

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