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Posted by Martin Curran on August 1, 2001 04:46:03 UTC

Hey guys (and gals) I am looking for two decent quality focusers to replace a rather crude set up that I made for my 10" binoculars. They need to be the high profile type and I would prefer they be identical (for looks). These are to adjust the inter-pupilary distance for different people. If anyone has a better idea than focusers, I am very open to suggestions. I will post a link as soon as I get all of the wood finished and the binoculars put back together so I can show off some (this is my first ATM project and I am very pleased). I was also figuring that cassegrain focusers would work better because they would be easier to attatch through the wood top. Let me know what ideas you all may have. Thanks.

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