yes. That is correct with the diopter adjustment. If I want to adjust the diopter and focus to infinity it is hardly possible to adjust right depending on the vision.
Adjusting the diopter and focus to infinity position is possible with the Trinovid.
But the UV is completely waterproo, the focus...
thanks for the nice report and your pictures.
i am a big fan of small good optics too. Take them mainly for city trips, sightseeing.
I also recently got the Trino. Apparently fresh from the factory. I also have the ultravid and a small Zeiss Victory and a Zeiss 8 to 20 Classic.
@66 on idealo at the moment around 1400€. And partly probably not availabl.
Mine is a showcase model from a dealer about 100 km away where I saw it by chance and just briefly took it in my hand and looked throug. Size of a brick and also heavy. But optics is probably promising.
and as they so...
you probably mean the bright dot.
i think it is dust behind the lenses.
i had that with an new SLC 8 to 42 too. Only with several dots and still dirt outside on the lenses. I sent it back. The new one is ok. The same with a SLC 15 to 56.
And my two NL 8 to 42 had loose rubber on...
I did it too.
i ordered a 10 to 42L.
first I wanted to buy Swaro NL 10 to 42 or NL 10 to 32 with forehead rest. I had NL 8 to 42 and unfortunately a lot v.g.
And the small NLs seem to have a problem with that too. Therefore I wanted to buy then SLC 42 or 56 in 10.
but somehow I have to admit to...
Also from me thanks for the explonation. It is exactly what i noticed too. But i could not describe ist soo well.
At the best position to avaoid v.g the view was very unrelaxed for me.
that is a pitty.
in Jülich Forum 3 people - with a lot of experience in binoculars- report that they own a new...
@ 125 Gijs
Yes. I always sell the binoculars that i use for any reason almost never.
however, there are also some other users who have problems with the NLs with v.g.
See the german thread in Jülich Forum.
And about SV 8 to 32 with regard to v.g. was already reported quite a bit.
@ Post 120
You must be a lucky guy.
I compared NL 8 to 42, CL 8 and 10 to 30 and SV FP 8 to 32 and SLC 8 to 42 and 8 to 56.
in NL i could only avoid v.g by lowering the eyecups two steps down.
but then easy of view was very strenuous for me. So i sold it.
in the SV 8 to 32 i could not avoid v.g...
Its really spring now: the binos are getting offspring.
The UV32 is incredibly small - and pretty.
Lets see how ist beats against the CL Companions.
I have only been able to play around with the UV until now.
The bridge could be a little tighter for me. Easy of view is ok but the eyecups would...
leica uv and swarI cl are two really good bins. although I prefer the view of the uv i use cl. i find eyeplacement better. To avoid black beans I should be able to turn the eye cups out by a further step.
also is the list price of the Leica is twice as high.