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Focusing Yukon NVMT 20040WP Monocular

My product doesn't focus well. I can only focus on objects that are very close-by. My last night vision monocular was able to focus great distances and even focused on the stars. This one is disappointing. Is it a technical problem or just the limitations of the equipment?

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It should focus normally from some 50ft up. Try to adjust the dioptery on the rear ocular.

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