How do I focus the instrument?

How do I focus the instrument?

We recommend that you first autofocus in daylight, pointing at a distant object/building/landscape.
Adjust focus by manually turning the focus ring on the instrument (like a camera).

You can also fine-tune focus in the camera settings. We recommend setting the focus to 50% and then moving the focus ring.

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