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  1. jafritten

    Trinovid 8x42 HD

    I bought the Trinovid and returned it. If anyone is interested why, the reasons are as follwows. Build quality and stray light control were very good. CA was acceptable. While I thought the FOV was sufficient for my purposes, I found the sweet spot a bit too small when making short distance...
  2. jafritten

    Trinovid 8x42 HD

    Thank you.
  3. jafritten

    Trinovid 8x42 HD

    Should be acceptable for my purposes. Quite generally, I'd agree with you in that 124m are a bit narrow. If it was to be my only pair of binococulars, I probably wouldn't put up with that.
  4. jafritten

    Trinovid 8x42 HD

    Thank you for your reply. I've got the impression that smaller diameters tend to be more prone to glare than larger ones. It's only a very subjective impression. It might account for your x42 non-HDs being better than you x32 HDs.
  5. jafritten

    Trinovid 8x42 HD

    Hi master5! Is that what you think the problem is? Thank you for the link. Very interesting. It seems, they're quite all right as for flare / veiling glare. Will the 8x42s be similiar or the same in that respect? I'm not an expert on optics but I suppose the only difference between the 8x and...
  6. jafritten

    Trinovid 8x42 HD

    Hi there, I've been looking around for a pair of 8x42s as I hope, they will give me a better ease of view and better low light qualities than my standard Ultravid HD 10x32. I'd like the 8x42s for use at dusk and dawn and while most people would probably say a pair of 8x42s are bound to give me a...
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