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Old Monday 17th April 2006, 16:42   #1
jock
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BAK-4 or BAK-7 prism?

Hi All,

Ive been looking at the ES 80 GA ED 45 (MKII).

The non ED version is stated as having a BAK-7 prism but I cant find out what type of prism the ES 80 GA ED 45 (MKII) has.


Anyone got any idea please?


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Old Monday 17th April 2006, 17:25   #2
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BAK7 presumably. Here's one of the more recent threads on CloudyNights covering differences between BAK7 and BAK4 :
http://www.cloudynights.com/ubbthrea...fpart/all/vc/1
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