12 13 14 15 For your safety! General information

12 13 14 15 For your safety! General information
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We are very pleased that you decided to
purchase this product from Swarovski Optik.
If you have any questions, please consult
your specialist dealer or contact us directly at
WWW.SWAROVSKIOPTIK.COM.
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For your safety!
WARNING!
Never look at the sun with
the telescope! This leads to
injury of your eyes!
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General information
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1 Protective cap for objective
lens
2 Sunshield
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3 Tripod ring
4 Tripod base
5 Connection thread for tripod
6 Locking screw
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7 Adjustment ring for focusing
8 Locking mechanism
9 Aiming aid
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10 Cover of aiming aid connection
11 Protective cover for bayonet
12 Eye piece
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13 Adjustment ring for changing
magnification
14 Protective cap for eye piece
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15 Protective cap for bayonet
Please protect your telescope from jolts and jars.
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Repairs should be carried
out only by authorized
workshops.
SWARO VSKI
Mounting the telescope on the tripod
Swarovski Optik tripod
The tripod base fits directly
into the Swarovski Optik
tripod head.
Please find our current product accessories at WWW.SWAROVSKIOPTIK.COM.
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Other tripods
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Aiming aid
The tripod base has a connecting thread of 3/8˝ UNC.
The inserted bush reduces
the connecting thread to
1/4˝. The observation telescope thus fits on any standard tripod.
The mounted
aiming aid is
designed
to
help you align
the telescope
with the subject
to be observed.
Operation
Remove the protective cap from the lens
• The objective lens is protected from dirt by a cap.
• To remove the cap, press
together the protruding
snap elements at the rim
of the cap.
Remove the protective cover
for the bayonet from the bayonet lock
To remove the cover, slide
the locking mechanism of
the eyepiece downward and
turn the protective cover to
the left (anti-clockwise).
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If you do not need the
mounted aiming aid, please
pull it out and insert the
cover supplied.
Attachment and detachment of the eyepiece
• Remove the protective
cap for the bayonet from
the eyepiece by screwing it
to the left (anti-clockwise).
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• Align the marking on the
eyepiece with the marking
on the bayonet fitting.
• Insert the eyepiece and
turn it to the right (clockwise) until the locking
mechanism of the body clicks into the eyepiece.
• To remove the eyepiece,
press the locking mechanism of the body downward and turn the eyepiece
to the left (anti-clockwise)
until it can be removed.
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Use of the zoom eyepiece
To change magnification:
Turning the adjustment
ring to the right (clockwise)
decreases magnification.
Turning it to the left
increases the magnification.
You will be able to read the magnification above
the index point.
Focusing
• For distant objects, turn
the adjustment ring for
focusing to the right (clockwise).
Adjustment of the screw-in-typ eye cup
Use without eyeglasses:
Turn the eye cup (counterclockwise) until it stops.
Use with eyeglasses:
Turn the eye cup (clockwise) until it stops.
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• By turning the adjustment ring to the left (anticlockwise), you can observe objects that are
nearer.
• In order to ensure fatigue-free observation, turn
the adjustment ring for focusing a bit to the left
(anti-clockwise) until the image becomes slightly
unsharp. Then turn the adjustment ring to the right
(clockwise) until the maximum image definition is
attained for the first time.
• To retain the image definition over the entire
range of magnification, you should carry out sharp
focusing using the zoom eyepiece with the highest
magnification.
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Changing the viewing angle
• Turn the locking screw
to the left (anti-clockwise)
to unlock the tripod ring in
position.
• With the scope on a
tripod, turn the body of the
scope to the desired viewing position. The ATM will
click into place at: 0˚, ±45˚,
±90˚. The STM will click
into place at: 0˚, ±90˚.
• Turn the locking screw to
the right (clockwise) to lock
the tripod ring in position.
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Disassembly of the protective cap
for the eyepiece
The protective cap for the
eyepiece is attached to
the eyepiece with a cord.
By loosening the screw on
the eyepiece with a screwdriver, you can remove the
cord with the cap from the eyepiece. Please
reinsert the screw.
After using the observation telescope
• Please put the protective cap for the objective
lens back on.
• In order to protect the cover glass in the bayonet
fitting, leave the eyepiece mounted and protect
it by putting on its protective cap or close the
bayonet fitting with the cover provided for this
purpose.
Maintenance and Care
Using the sunshield
The integrated, extendable
sunshield keeps away disturbing lateral light and
protects the objective lens
from rain.
The sunshield is best slid
out and in with a slight rotary motion.
It snaps in when extended as well as when
retracted.
The protective cap for the objective lens can also
be used when the sunshield is extended.
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Lens-cleaning cloth
You can clean high sensitive lens surfaces with
the enclosed special cloth made of micro-fibres.
It is suitable for objective lens, ocular lens and
eye-glasses.
Please keep the cloth clean, as dirt can damage
the lens surface. If the cloth gets dirty, it can be
washed in luke-warm soapy water and air-dried.
Please use it exclusively for cleaning lens surfaces!
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Cleaning
We have designed all elements and surfaces
to require little care. To ensure the long-lasting
optical brilliance of your telescope, you should
keep the glass surfaces free of dirt, oil and grease. When cleaning the lenses, first remove larger
particles with an optical lens brush. For the subsequent thorough cleaning we recommend breathing
onto the lens surface to form a coat of condensation and then cleaning it with a soft, moist
cloth.
The housing is best cleansed with a soft, moist
cloth (don’t use the lens-cleaning cloth).
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During longer stays in tropical regions with a high
degree of humidity the best place to store the
instrument in is an air-tight receptacle along with a
moisture-absorbing agent (e.g. silica gel).
Notice
Eyepieces of the Swarovski AT and ST 80 telescopes fit mechanically into the bayonet lock of the
main bodies of the ATM and STM 65/80. But the
best optical imaging is ensured if eyepieces of the
new S series are used.
In the event of hard-to-remove dirt (e.g. sand)
the eye cups can be unscrewed and cleaned very
easily.
Storage
You should keep your telescope in a well-ventilated
and dark place.
If the instrument is wet, it
must be dried prior to
storage.
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All data are typical values.
We reserve the right to make changes
regarding design and delivery.
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BA-660/13, 07/2008
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