This video from the USA says about itself:
How to get crystal clear focus with your binoculars
5 November 2014
Inside Birding host Jessie Barry describes how to set up binoculars for a better birding experience. Includes adjusting the eyecups and diopter as well as how to spot and scan for birds.
The Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA adds:
Migrants are migrating, days are cooling down, and winter birds are getting ready to flock around your feeders. Now’s the time to make sure your binoculars are giving you the best possible view. For some fast tips on setting up your binoculars (including the mysterious “diopter”), and how to find and focus on birds, watch this video.
More Ways to Get the Most From Binoculars:
- Our full review of the best binoculars on the market, including which aspects to pay closest attention to
- Our tips on how to buy optics on a budget
- Our Inside Birding video series, with more great birding advice from our experts
From motmots to tomtits: discover the world’s best birdwatching: here.
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