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Binocular Collimation

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Posted by Martin Curran on July 4, 2001 02:18:21 UTC

Well guys. I have to say that you all have been a world of help with my binoculars. I finally have the head and the base completed. I set my pole length last night and I finally have images in both eyepeices and I am very happy. I am very VERY un-collimated as of right now but I ran in to something that confused me a bit. Between the two images, I have a slight rotational difference. Can I expect this to go away with collimation or have I made some sort of horrible mistake?

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