/ Binocular collimation problem
Also, does anyone know if it's something you can adjust yourself, or is it a trip to the binocular shop?
They come to bits quite easily (well at least mine do). Unscrew anything that you can unscrew and check a prism hasn't slipped (on mine they are held in place by small metal arms attached by one screw), or a lens similarly.
Though I don't have your particular binoculars.
I've been through at least three pairs of cheap binos over the years due to this problem - seems to be inevitable unless you're very careful. Solved it by spending a few hundred quid on a decent pair with a 30-year guarantee, I reckon it will be cheaper in the long run.
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