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  1. SportOptics

    Review by 'SportOptics' on item 'ATX 65'

    Introduction: To me is the easiest compact spotter to get behind. Innovative modular design, unparalleled optics, and intuitive controls. Mechanics and design: The ATX/STX line of spotting scopes has a unique modular design allowing the user to effectively carry 6 different scopes with minimal...
  2. SportOptics

    ATX 65

    ATX 65 mm Technical Data: Magnification: 25-60X Effective objective lens diameter: 65 mm Exit pupil diameter: 26-1.1 mm Eye relief: 20 mm Field of view: 124-68 ft Field of view: 2.37-1.30 Field of view, apparent: 57-71 Shortest focusing distance: 6.9 ft Diopter correction at ∞: >5 Light...
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    Review by 'SportOptics' on item 'Swarovski ATX 85mm'

    ATX 85 mm Technical Data: Magnification: 25-60X Effective objective lens diameter: 85 mm Exit pupil diameter: 3.4-1.4 mm Eye relief: 20 mm Field of view: 124-68 ft Field of view: 2.37-1.30 Field of view, apparent: 57-71 Shortest focusing distance: 11.8 ft Diopter correction at ∞: >5 Light...
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    Review by 'SportOptics' on item 'Victory SF 8X42'

    Likes: The Victory SF's are a pleasure to use. Clear, crisp, images with bright vibrant colors across the entire wide field of view. The ergonomic and naturally pointing open bridge design combined with the anti-slip texture and balancing makes the SF's a pleasure to handle and even seem lighter...
  5. SportOptics

    Victory SF 8X42

    High end roof prism binoculars. Technical Specifications: Magnification: 8X Effective Lens Deameter: 42 mm Exit Pupil Diameter: 5.3 mm Twilight Factors: 18.3 Field of View at 1000 yd: 444 ft Subjective Viewing Angle: 8 Close Focus in Ft: 5 ft Diopter Adjustment Range: +4 | 4 dpt Pupil...
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    Review by 'SportOptics' on item 'MeoStar S2 82 HD'

    This scope is great! The clarity is superb, bright colors, sharp and clear edge to edge. The 30-60X WA eyepiece offers a very wide field of view. Works great digiscoping. We took pictures of a hawk at 100 yards when very over cast (about to rain) pictures came out great. Comparing with...
  7. SportOptics

    Review by 'SportOptics' on item 'ATS/STS 65HD'

    Excellent quality scope. Light weight, great color, sharp clear image. The helical ring focus is very ergonomic and precise. This scope provides for a great viewing experience in a lightweight package. I did find it difficult to find the proper eye placement above 50X. Great scope for birding...
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    Review by 'SportOptics' on item 'Manfrotto 190XB Tripod with 128RC Micro Fluid Head'

    Quality tripod and head, great for spotting scopes or digiscoping. This combination makes viewing steady and tilting-panning very smooth. Remember you don't want to get too light with a spotting scope, especially with a heavy scope or while digiscoping. If you go too light even the wind blowing...
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    Review by 'SportOptics' on item '8x32 EL Swarovision'

    Great review by IanF! Great binos for birding! Ben Baham Quality Optics: SportOptics.com Quality Reviews: www.youtube.com/channel/UCmzBQ7yHf-9QtZmE_ZDXJIQ
  10. SportOptics

    Review by 'SportOptics' on item 'Viper HD 8x32'

    These binoculars offer a great viewing experience due to a quick natural focus and high quality glass and at the right price. They are not particularly heavy weighing at 20.6 oz but they do feel very solid in your hands. Bright vibrant colors and sharp crisp details at a distance and up close...
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