Why can't Nikon or Swarovski or Zeiss make an alpha binocular with a 600 foot FOV and totally sharp edges? The old Nikon porros had a huge FOV but the edges were usually lacking in sharpness. They have telescope eyepieces like the Nagler now with a huge FOV and they keep getting larger so why not binoculars. What optical principal limits the FOV. I want a Nikon EDG like view with a 600 foot FOV!
Because God has put an upper limit on FOV. But if he ever relents I'd like those wide views to be in 10x.
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Last edited by black crow : Wednesday 8th February 2012 at 03:19.