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    Bushnell 7x26 Elite Custom vs Elite e2 Custom

    Without the original box how can you tell if the binocular is a 7x26 Elite Custom or the later 7x26 Elite e2 Custom?
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    ED glass usage in PORROS

    Aside from the Swift 804, 820 etc. series of bins are there other manufacturers using the ED glass in there PORRO binoculars ?
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    clarification needed nitrogen filled and air to glass surfaces

    If a manufacturer states that his binoculars are nitrogen filled and then goes on to state that all AIR to GLASS surfaces are multicoated, does that mean that only the front outer surface of the front objective and the exterior surface of the ocular lens, are the only surfaces multicoated...
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    PCF WP 8x40 differences to PCF WPII

    How is the PCF WP different from the PCF WPII ?
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    Depth of Field Porro vs Roof prism

    Call me a sweet old fashioned guy but for 50 years i have owned only porro prism binoculars. My reasons were the price and very importantly the better ( to my eye ) depth of field. Researching the internet has confirmed my beliefs that the porros have a better field of view. However have...
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    Collecting Bushnell/ Bausch & Lomb binoculars

    Is there any information out there as the the serial numbers/dates of manufacture of Bushnell binoculars ? Would be a useful tool for distinguishing the level of coatings, ie. coated, fully, multi, fully multi coated, etc.
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