Mk3 nikko focusing

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  1. 1discobill1

    1discobill1 New Member

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    Can anyone tell me if you focus from infinity or from ten yard mark on a mk3 ? Cheers Bill
     
  2. Waelwulfas

    Waelwulfas New Member

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    I come back from infinity, but i wouldn't have thought it's a problem as long as you always focus the same way:)
     
  3. 1discobill1

    1discobill1 New Member

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    Many thanks
     
  4. peter b

    peter b Member

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    Nikko Focus

    As Above but tuther way round i.e bottom to top.
    Regards Pete
     
  5. holly

    holly Well-Known Member

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    Don't

    It does not matter which way you come in , what matters is you go past and back . do this three times , stopping and opening the left eye to read the marking . if all three come up the same , that's it . if they are different , take the average of the three and use that . with practice it will take not much longer than once . ??? HOLLY:):D:)

    PS FT is all about thinking on your feet and covering the bases . all looks calm on the surface , but unerneath you are going ten to the dozen . bit like a duck .:D
     
  6. 1discobill1

    1discobill1 New Member

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    Thanks holly, that's the way to go.:)
     

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