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You can see Jupiter pretty well with these bins, and that's 600 million miles away
By Antony R. on 27 June 2015
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Yes it is made in Japan. The quality of 18 zoom is FABULOUS!
By Piekna on 06 November 2015
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If by Diopter correction you mean ability to adjust focus of of one eye differently to the other my pair have this facility (I have not seen a pair of serious binoculars which do not have this feature) The adjustment procedure is focus the non adjustable left hand lens on a clearly visible, stationary item then twist t… see more If by Diopter correction you mean ability to adjust focus of of one eye differently to the other my pair have this facility (I have not seen a pair of serious binoculars which do not have this feature) The adjustment procedure is focus the non adjustable left hand lens on a clearly visible, stationary item then twist the adjuster on the right hand lens until that is focused. As I have already observed this is normal on binoculars so maybe you have a different issue. Sorry if I have misunderstood. Incidentally, the binoculars are still working brilliantly after over a decade including some rough treatment. Only problem is some deterioration in part of the covering which is going a bit sticky over a small area. Odd given Canon's vast experience of making coverings for cameras etc. John Ball see less If by Diopter correction you mean ability to adjust focus of of one eye differently to the other my pair have this facility (I have not seen a pair of serious binoculars which do not have this feature) The adjustment procedure is focus the non adjustable left hand lens on a clearly visible, stationary item then twist the adjuster on the right hand lens until that is focused. As I have already observed this is normal on binoculars so maybe you have a different issue. Sorry if I have misunderstood. Incidentally, the binoculars are still working brilliantly after over a decade including some rough treatment. Only problem is some deterioration in part of the covering which is going a bit sticky over a small area. Odd given Canon's vast experience of making coverings for cameras etc. John Ball
By Mr. J. Ball on 26 May 2014
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That question has crossed my mind, but I don't know. Sorry!
By john on 23 November 2015
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yes, but out weighed by the other advantages of these binoculars
By Brian H. on 13 July 2014
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Yes it does
By MICACAROPUNTOIT SELLER on 03 May 2016
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I think they would be remarkable wherever you choose to use them they never ceise to amaze me every time I pick them up they are powerful however I use them in the garden to spot birds they comfortably work down to ten yards or less and at long distance with the image stabiliser on they are incredible hope this helped.
By PA Newton on 15 July 2015
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I am also a spectacle wearer the I cups fold back and it's not a problem, for me they are the best you can get lot of money but you get what you pay for. I hope this helps.
By Mrs Elizabeth Carter on 06 March 2015
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Don't know. sorry.
By Steve on 12 December 2017
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