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> - Turn ring.
> Turning left sharpens image.
> Turning right softens image.
> Could be? :
> To adjust focus:
> Turn focus ring left to sharpen focus
> Turn focus ring right to soften focus
Not true...depends on the depth of the target and where it now versus
where it was the last time the lens was focused. If the last time was
100 years away and now the subject is three yards, you turn it one
way to focus. OTOH, if the target was three yards and now it is 100
yards, you turn it the other way.
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