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Quote:Anyway, if the binoviewer is in good alignemt there should be absolutly no problem merging the image, and it would appear that in the better quality units, you might be more likley to get better alignment.
So, perhaps you should reserve such a powerful "NO" until you have tried some other pairs. Clearly it is not you because binoculars work (though they are often out of alignment but this is masked because of the low powers), so logically (as Spock would say) it must be the binoveiwer you are using.
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Quote:I could not get my goto to, goto.
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Quote:Try lower power first. I believe image has to be within 10% to merge. If you can't get low power to merge it is either binoviewer colimation error or unfortunately you. Check to see if you have issues looking through someone else's binoviewers. Good luck.
Quote:Just a post to express surprise that I can easily use and enjoy good quality binoculars, but cannot seem to merge images in good quality, collimated binoviewers.Any insights as to why?Phil
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