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    Canon ISIII 12x36 First impressions: amateurs vs professionals

    … ergonomics of a potato…! Love it! For longer term users there is risk of “sticky rubber”. If I can only bring ONE optic then the trusty 12x36IS are it. Peter
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    Canon ISIII 12x36 First impressions: amateurs vs professionals

    I found some sunlit things to go finding CA. Yes there was more CA compared to my APO spotter, noticable, but not as aggressive and distracting as I had on some old 15x70 I had. I agree the eyecups are different and not easy to fold, though the field of view is fine (not as wide as I like, but...
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    Canon ISIII 12x36 First impressions: amateurs vs professionals

    The benefit for me is to get the detail for something handheld. Now you mention the CA I am going to have a look for it against other optics I have since acquired, see how they compare. Peter
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