ALL optical instruments (except lasers) referred to as 'Autolevels' require rough leveling using manual leveling screws. Once the user gets the unit to within about 1/4 of a degree using the bulls-eye vial, the compensator takes over and levels the rest of the way, compensating for any small changes that may occur due to environmental changes. Manually leveled instruments require the user to use the vials to level out the instrument all the way (about 1/100th of 1 degree).
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