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    Review by 'chris6' on item 'DBA VHD 8x42 and 10x42'

    Ravis, no and for most models there is nowhere I can try out binoculars locally. However I just looked them up and they do look nice, and a bit lighter too.
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    Review by 'chris6' on item 'DBA VHD 8x42 and 10x42'

    Ref. 2016/17 Reviews: Frank D, DBA VHD 8x42 http://www.birdforum.net/showthread.php?t=317757 (also mentioned at http://www.birdforum.net/showthread.php?t=341911) Steve C, DBA HD 10x42 http://www.birdforum.net/showthread.php?t=317902 In Feb 2018, with thanks to the authors above, mine is the...
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    Review by 'chris6' on item 'SP 10x50 WP'

    The lens caps, rainguard, and strap are basic and the bag is just a cover but the finish and everything else gives an impression of quality. The weight seems less because they are large and have a comfortable shape with thumb depressions. There is plenty to hold on to, which makes the 10x...
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    Review by 'chris6' on item 'Landscout 10x50'

    The Landscouts may be running out so I got both 10x50 and 7x35. I find longer reach better for the individual bird, but to me both versions seem nice and sharp for the price with their very wide angles and sweet spots, waterproofing, and no CA. The downsides seem to be the minimum 30ft/12ft...
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    Review by 'chris6' on item 'Yosemite 6x30mm'

    I could see no difference between the good central sharpness and view with Yosemite BX-1 and Kowa YF30-6, which was 25 more expensive when I purchased it in UK but could be worth it for the better eyecups. However, and if weight is not so important, there are more substantial binoculars...
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