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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.

Reviews by Gregory Sargean

Recommended
Yes
Price
499$
Pros
  • The view
Cons
  • Eye cups and lens covers
I will second everything said above. These have displaced my Swarovski 8x30m habichts as my everyday binocular.
Recommended
Yes
Price
29.95$
Pros
  • Durable and well made by a birder for birders
Cons
  • Only comes in one color, can\'t tell them apart
**The picture appears to be of \"The Dunlin\" which has a tabbed cover. \"The Whimbrel\" is zippered. I have had a few of these covers for a couple years now and have nothing but praise for them. This one enables you to drag your Sibley into the field with you, and for you Europeans it is a perfect fit for most Helm guides. If you like to take your guide with you, or leave it in your car, don\'t hesitate to pick one of these up.
Recommended
Yes
Price
24.95$
Pros
  • Rugged and durable, nice design
Cons
  • Only one color choice
I own three of these Fieldfare field guide covers. They are perfect for smaller format American guides such as the Petersen and the smaller Sibley guides, as well as the paperback Princeton Photographic Guides (Shorebirds of North America, Sparrows of North America). They are excellent and hold up well under a variety of conditions. While not 100% waterproof they are water resistant. I dropped my Sibley Guide into the drink while getting out of a boat and it floated long enough for me to retrieve it. It was only slightly damp when I removed it from the cover.
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