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Feel the intensity, not your equipment. Maximum image quality. Minimum weight. The new ZEISS SFL, up to 30% less weight than comparable competitors.

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  1. pbjosh

    Looking for opinions, You can only choose 1.....

    I do, no problems getting a comfy view with either pair. I generally need about 15-16mm of eye-relief (without wading into "available" eye relief issue) to get the whole field of view. Along with warranty service considerations based upon manufacturer chosen and a person's country of residence...
  2. pbjosh

    Looking for opinions, You can only choose 1.....

    One other thought - from what I hear / see, in that price range the most widely lauded binoculars are the Conquest HD and the Nikon Monarch HG. The Monarch HG was impressive (very sharp and bright, one of the best FOV of any 8x42 - comparable to the Victory SF, and very nice and lightweight)...
  3. pbjosh

    Looking for opinions, You can only choose 1.....

    For my eyes and money the Conquest is the superior of those three. I've logged nearly 1000 days in the field in the tropics with a pair and they are excellent and haven't missed a beat. I have better binoculars as well, but going up to alpha level really only gets you slight improvements in...
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