Question about Canon IS Binocular
My granddaughter dropped my canon is and they got out of adjustment. The is still workks, but the right image is aimed slightly higher than the left. I am on an out island and no repair is available and ups type shipping isn't wither. Is there a way to adjust them. I have pilled the rubber armour back and see several adj screws. Any help
Your alignment is out in the vertical. There are two prisms on each side and you want to adjust the lower ( on the right side ) prism so that you correct the image in the vertical dimension. Caution : it doesn't follow that just because the image seems to be out on the right hand side that it is the right side that fas to be adjusted. So be prepared to adjust the other side. Also the best is to adjust little bit on each side until alignment comes right.
Posted on Sep 03, 2007
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