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    Do midsize spotting scopes have pleasing image qualities at 50-60x?

    The ED50 is good. The 60mm Fieldscopes are better. Period. I only use the ED50 when I want to keep the weight down as much as possible. It's great for that. The EDIII is my go-to scope for anything else. I only use the ED82 in static situations. It's better than the EDIII. Remember: Size...
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    Do midsize spotting scopes have pleasing image qualities at 50-60x?

    Well, the basic rule with scopes is: Size matters. A well corrected 60mm scope will give you some more detail at 60x than at lower magnifications, but observing with a 1mm exit pupil isn't exactly fun. A well corrected 80mm scope at 60x will be easier to use and show you more detail. I...
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