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Leica Trinovid Binoculars Instruction Manual

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Leica Trinovid Binoculars Instruction Manual
Leica Trinovid Binoculars Instruction Manual
Leica Trinovid Binoculars Instruction Manual
Leica Trinovid Binoculars Instruction Manual

SCOPE OF DELIVERY

  • Binoculars
  • Real leather carrying case
  • Carrying strap
  • Lens cloth
  • Eyepiece cap
  • Instructions
  • Guarantee Card
  • Test certificate

DESIGNATION OF PARTS

  1. Eyelets for the carrying strap
  2. Diopter wheel
  3. Eyecup

Position a: fully extended, e.g. for use without glasses
Position b: fully pushed in, e.g. for use with glasses

4. Diopter scale
5. Central focusing wheel
6. Hingerd joint for adjusting the eyebase

Attention:

Never look directly at the sun or other bright sources of light through your binoculars! Non-compliance may lead to serious damage to your eyes!

Do not use your binocular while walking! You might not see obstacles in your way!

AREAS OF USE

The Leica Trinovid binoculars have a splashwater-proof aluminum chassis. They should therefore be protected from heavy rain and moisture, for example in the carrying case included in the scope of delivery. If the internal lenses fog, storage in dry rooms or near sources of heat can make the moisture escape from the binoculars. We do not advise drying the binoculars in microwaves or ovens because this can cause considerable damage to the protective casing and other non-metallic or glass elements.

ATTACHING THE CARRYING STRAP AND EYEPIECE CAP

If you want to attach a different carrying strap: you will find a relevant illustration on page 3.

Note: If you want to attach the eyepiece cap to the carrying strap, you will have to do that at the time of attaching the carrying strap to the binoculars.

ADJUSTMENT OF THE EYECUPS/USE WITH AND WITHOUT GLASSES

The eyecups 3 are adjusted by pulling them out and will lock securely in the selected position. If you want to use the binoculars with glasses, the eyecups should be fully pushed in (Figure A),
or slightly pulled out. Pull them out to one of the out positions to adjust the view without glasses. Three positions are available for optimum adjustment.

Leica Trinovid Binoculars Instruction Manual
Leica Trinovid Binoculars Instruction Manual

ADJUSTING THE EYEBASE

Adjust the eyebase by using the hinged joint to rotate the binocular sesctions 6. When the eyebase has been set correctly, the right and left fields of view merge into a circular image.

Leica Trinovid Binoculars Instruction Manual
Leica Trinovid Binoculars Instruction Manual

ADJUSTING THE FOCUS/DIOPTER SETTINGS

The focus for objects at diff erent distances is adjusted on the Leica Trinovid binoculars using the central focusing wheel 5. The diopter ring is used to adjust for individual visual impairments
so the binoculars can be used without glasses; 2 this changes only the focus of the right-hand system.

Procedure:

  1. Close your right eye or cover the right-hand lens. Then adjust the central focusing wheel so that you can see the target object with optimum focus through the left-hand binocular tube. 2
  2. Close your left eye or cover the left-hand lens. Then adjust the diopter wheel so that you can see the target object with optimum focus through the right-hand binocular tube.

DIOPTER SCALE READING

The user’s individual value determined using the focus adjustment can then be adjusted again within seconds using the scale setting that has been determined once.

Leica Trinovid Binoculars Instruction Manual
Leica Trinovid Binoculars Instruction Manual

CARE/CLEANING

Your Leica Trinovid binoculars require no special care. Coarse dirt particles like sand can be removed with a soft brush or simply blown off. Fingerprints, etc. on lenses and eyepieces can be removed with a soft, clean leather or lint-free cloth. Water stains on the lenses and eyepieces are best removed with a moist cloth.

Important:

  • Make sure not to touch the glass surfaces with your fingers, especially if you have previously applied hand cream, insect repellent, etc. These substances may contain chemicals that damage or destroy the coatings on the glass surfaces.
  • Do not apply pressure when wiping heavily soiled lens surfaces. Although the coating is highly abrasion-resistant, it can nevertheless be damaged by sand or salt crystals.

ACCESSORIES

Please visit the Leica Camera AG website for information on the extensive accessories range of Leica Trinovid binoculars: www.leica-camera.com

REPLACEMENT PARTS

Please contact our Customer Care department or your national Leica representative if you ever need spare parts like eyecups, caps or carrying straps. The relevant addresses can be found on
the Leica Camera AG homepage.

Leica Trinovid Binoculars Instruction Manual
Leica Trinovid Binoculars Instruction Manual
Leica Trinovid Binoculars Instruction Manual
Leica Trinovid Binoculars Instruction Manual

LEICA PRODUCT SUPPORT

The Leica Camera AG Product Support department can provide you with an answer to any technical application questions relating to the Leica range in writing, on the telephone, by fax or by e-mail.

Leica Camera AG

Customer Care

Am Leitz-Park 5
35578 Wetzlar, Germany

Tel.: +49(0)6441-2080-111 /-108

Fax: +49(0)6441-2080-490

[email protected]

LEICA CUSTOMER CARE

For the service of your Leica equipment and in case of neccessary repairs please contact the Leica Camera AG Customer Care department or the respective service of your nearest Leica agency (see the Leica Camera AG homepage for a list of addresses).

Leica Camera AG

Customer Care

Am Leitz-Park 5

35578 Wetzlar, Germany

Tel.: +49(0)6441-2080-189

Fax: +49(0)6441-2080-339

[email protected]

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