Ideal for people wearing glasses
To ensure that people wearing glasses also have an optimal field of view MINOX binoculars are fitted with rotating eyecups.
For use without wearing glasses
Those who do not wear glasses must turn the eyecups at both eyepieces in counterclockwise direction until they engage in the extended position. The binoculars are now set at the correct distance to the eyes.
For use with glasses
Those who wear glasses must leave the rotating eyecups on both eyepieces in the original position (as delivered) or, if necessary, turn the eyecups in clockwise direction until theynoticeably engage. In this setting you can enjoy the entire field of view without disturbing interference at the edges.
The right distance between the eyes
Look into the eyepieces of your binoculars and adjust the angle of the hinged tubes until you have a singular circular viewing field from both fields of view.
To Adjust your Binoculars
For pin-sharp definition you must adjust the optics of the binoculars to your individual eye vision. To do this, please proceed as follows:
(a) First get a far-off, fixed object into view. With closed right eye turn the central focusing until the object in view has optimal sharpness for your left eye.
(b) Next you must get the same object in view again with your left eye closed and turn the adjusting ring on the right eyepiece until the object has optimal sharpness for your right eye.
(c) Your MINOX binoculars are now set to the individualvision of both eyes.
(d) For the observation of different objects at varying distances you will always have to adjust the focusing. To do this, please now just use the central focusing.
Do not use binoculars to look into the sun, this could lead to eye injuries.