Revalation 20X80 binoculars

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RE: Revalation 20X80 binoculars

Postby lukeskywatcher » Sat Nov 08, 2008 3:20 am

The ONLY gripe (if i can even call it that) i have with the tripod is that the tilt/pan handle seems to have a bit of left/right "give" in it when panning left to right/right to left. This could be caused by me not having the pan axis tention adjustment control set correctly. Maybe i have it set to "heavy" so when i do pan across......................the pan axis lever is working slightly harder then it should be. Its a very minor issue and one which i'm sure is self inflicted rather then a design fault.

It is hardly noticable to be honest.The same "give" is not there when the tilt axis is in motion.

Tonight (Sunday) i discovered that the tilt/Pan handle has NO give in it. I just had to tighten a screw to solve the problem.
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Re: RE: Revalation 20X80 binoculars

Postby EIZO » Thu Jan 11, 2018 5:26 pm

binman wrote: we alighned them as best we could and he sold them to some poor shmuck on ebay.

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Re: Revalation 20X80 binoculars

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