Right esotropia in the primary position. Right corneal reflex is displaced to just beyond the pupil margin indicating a right esotropia of around 35∆. The vertical displacement of both reflexes is a filming artefact and should be ignored. A cover-test of RE reveals no movement of LE. Cover test on LE results in RE taking up fixation confirming presence of right esotropia. Deviation is the same size with distance and near cover test and does not vary with position of gaze or which eye is fixing; it is comitant. Cover-uncover of RE in right gaze RE drifts down on cover removal i.e. when covered RE had moved up. We think this is DVD but it is unusual for this to be present in right gaze and not primary. This may be because of extraocular muscle surgery at a young age.