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    Nikon 10x35 E11

    It's not uncommon for the diopter scale to be off on binoculars, but if you want it truly zeroed or set to zero for your eyesight it can be easily adjusted on these binoculars. First adjust the diopter for either true zero by moving the same eye back and forth between a centered object in both...
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    Nikon 10x35 E11

    My guess is that Stephen Ingraham abbreviated those serial numbers. I received my 8x32 SE from Eagle Optics' very first shipment in October 1997, so I know for a fact that Nikon's date of 1998 for the 8x32's introduction in its official history is wrong. My unit's serial # is 500053 or what I...