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Should you also be fortunate enough to have the luxury of double intensifier viewing, bear this in mind: because the light train does not follow a direct, straight through path, such as in a conventional eyepiece, you may find that the two phosphor screen images do not precisely align and merge, no matter how you adjust the viewer. You may be seeing slightly different fields of view in each. There is a simple solution. Simply rotate one intensifier in its holder, and you will attain exact image alignment between the pair as the features common to the two fields converge exactly!