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WHAT IS CATARACT?



CLOUDING OF THE LENS



YOU ONLY HAVE  2 EYES:

CHECK YEARLY !

SEE CLEARLY  !



LENSES....
SO EASY !



WHY DO YOU REGULAR NEED
EYE EXAMINATION WHEN YOU
HAVE GLAUCOMA? 



YOU DON'T FEEL ANYTHING
BUT YOUR EYE CAN GET BLIND
SLOWLY
WHEN THE EYE PRESSURE
IS TO HIGH!




SHOW YOUR EYES ...
WITH LENSES !!!


HOLIDAYS = LENSES






DAILIES: SAY IT WITH
YOUR EYES!
ARE THERE...
DISCREET MAGNIFIERS?



YES,  SUCH AS EASYPOCKET


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Binoculars give you a better view at distance

  • YIPPEE BINOCULARS. PEOPLE WITHOUT VISUAL PROBLEMS CAN SEE BETTER. PEOPLE WITH VISUAL PROBLEMS CAN SEE AS GOOD AS OTHERS.

  • TELESCOPES ARE BINOCULARS THAT CAN BE HELD IN THE HAND AND THAT SHOW A LOT OF DETAILS TO PERSONS WITH VISUAL PROBLEMS

  • BINOCULARS CAN ALSO BE USED FOR NEARBY, YOU CAN PLACE THEM ON A FRAME SO YOU HAVE YOUR HANDS FREE.

  • THE ENLARGEMENT SYSTEM CAN ALSO BE INSERTED IN THE GLASS ITSELF

A GUIDE IN THE TELESCOPE WORLD

WHAT VARIANTS EXIST?
 
- INCREASE (typically between 7 to 10 X)


The greater the magnification, the more detailed the closer the image and the image appears to be. BUT the field is smaller.
 
- OBJECTIVE DIAMETER (STANDARD BETWEEN 30 AND 50 MM)

This term is the diameter of the front lens provided. This is a measure of the amount of glare. 
 
- PRISMA CORNER

The greater the prism angle, the wider field of view (line: 1 prismadioptrie stands for vision at 17.5 m 1000 m). The vision of a telescope varies between 120 to 150 m to 1000 m standard. A telescope is a "wide angle viewer" if the multiplication of the prism angle and the magnification ratio is 64 shows.
 
- EXIT PUPIL

This is the diameter of the beam, which eventually reaches the eye. He can calculate the diameter of the objective lens divided by the magnification of the viewer. Best results are obtained when the diameter has the same diameter as that of the pupil of the eye. Know this that the pupil of the day man has a diameter of 2 to 3.5 mm, but at night from 5 mm to 7 mm may vary. A viewer must be a great night departing pupil hebben.Praktisch seen you decide that the outgoing pupil represents the brightness of the binoculars. The shape of the outgoing pupil is important. As previously square, is the optical quality of the lenses is less perfect.
 
- WEAR GLASSES EYEPIECE

Such eyepiece also gives carriers a complete vision goggles. Without glasses, the performance of the viewer not less.
 
- ZOOM

With one hand switch can continuously change from a 12 to 20x magnification to 6x. If an object can easily take in the sights (with the slight enlargement to have a wide field of view), then you can enlarge to see more detail.
 
- FOCUSING

Center-body (wheel) or a rapid pressure focus. The latter is more convenient to use, but leaves little less to play.
 
- COATING

A blue or yellow coating on the lenses prevents reflection and thus improve light transmission. The UV light is filtered. This is less
- Tiring, which is particularly useful in long observations.
 
- THE OUTER COATING

Rubber makes the telescope more impact resistant and allows that water and dust less easily penetrate the binoculars.
 
- SEA BINOCULAR
Must be waterproof and be filled with a gas (eg nitrogen) against aandampen. The intensity should be good, for details to be observed.
 
 
MODEL WHAT DO YOU NEED? THIS IS SUBJECT TO THE PURPOSE!
 
     - Travel: convenient size and impact resistant.
     - Water or look in twilight: great lens.
     - Bird Viewer: high magnification required.

USING YOUR TELESCOPE
 
 A. HOW YOU LOOK TRHOUGH BINOCULARS?
 
   - Check that the diopter adjustment scale to zero.
   - Place your binoculars to the eyes and tighten the two tubes look outwards until you see 2 images. Now tuck your binoculars when you back up image obtained 1. Turn the adjustment screw until you see a sharp image. Sometimes that is not properly achieved. You can then adjust the diopter setting of the scale to adjust binoculars (do you look best in 1 eye). 
  
B.  TIPS  

- Never leave your binoculars in a warm place lie. The expansion of glass, deformation may occur from the delicate lens system.
- Use the binoculars in the rain, unless it is coated with rubber.
- Never put your binoculars in the sand. This can lead to scratches. Moreover, the fine sand in the binoculars and enter the optical disturbance.
- Never look into a bright light. The focus ring of light may indeed create a focal point in the retina of your eye, so vision can greatly disturbed and this final.
- Maintenance of the binoculars: clean the exterior of the lenses with a clean cloth, after first dust and other impurities, which can damage the lenses, have blown away.
- After use, always store your binoculars in your bag (protects against dirt and shocks). Regular is a "anti-natural 'bag included, which protects the binoculars against excessive moisture. This may indeed distort the internal optics, because of prolonged vapor formation.
- Never Dismantle your binoculars, because you can break the security and disrupt the delicate optics, which can be adjusted manually difficult fine.

 
BETTER VISION - BETTER LOOKS
MORE INSIGHT IN YOUR SIGHT
GOOD LOOKING - GOOD SEEING
IF YOU WANT MORE
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