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    Canon ISIII 12x36 First impressions: amateurs vs professionals

    Well, make your own eyecups. That's a simple solution. Or take them off and put better fitting eyecups to the eyepieces. If necessary just tape them to the eyepieces. That's even simpler. Hermann (who has got a bunch of different eyecups from long sold or discarded binoculars for just that purpose)
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    Canon ISIII 12x36 First impressions: amateurs vs professionals

    Not surprised the Zeiss ON A TRIPOD surpasses the Canon in image quality. But then you need to carry a tripod as well ... BTW, a fairer comparison would be comparing the Zeiss on a tripod with the Canon 10x42 ... :) Hermann
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    Canon ISIII 12x36 First impressions: amateurs vs professionals

    Try to buy a bunch of CR2s from amazon. They're quite a bit cheaper if you buy 10 at a time. BTW, I prefer the newish Canon 8x20 IS over the Nikon. Works nicely. Canip's review is spot on. Hermann
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