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    Info on Bausch and Lomb 10X28 Elites reverse porros.

    Thanks, Im going away from the 10X unless is for astro, but Il look into them. Probably a 8X roof with 30 to 35mm will fill the niche. This but this Nitros look nice.
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    Info on Bausch and Lomb 10X28 Elites reverse porros.

    Ill contact Bushnell. And yes, they look similar to the 7x24s, almost the same. The images were sharp and free of aberrations, even if a bit dark and dull due to the small pupils. I wonder if anything in the Bushnell current catalog can replace them, since I have no experience with modern...
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    Info on Bausch and Lomb 10X28 Elites reverse porros.

    I have some 21 years old at least, Bausch and Lomb Elites 10X28s I used then for hiking and bird watching (to find targets when I carry a spotting scope and tripod). I have found few information of the web on them. Were they nitrogen filled or just water resistant? Mine are almost like new...
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