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What are the settings -, o,+ for on my 10 x 42 28 1043 binoculars for

Bausch & lomb binoculars 10 x 42 , 28 1043 have a setting on the right side that are adjustable - o + what are they for

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To adjust the eyepieces to accommodate variations in your individual eyes - look in the manual.

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