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    Season's Greetings

    Merry Christmas!
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    Bino Thoughts

    Hi Bill, hopefully your new venture keeps you busy but not too busy to post. I enjoy your posts, have learned a lot from them and I hope you continue to do so. As far as the rest of your post goes though I don't think it's fair to expect someone new to optics to have read your book or correctly...
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    Interviews with Optics Repairers: Bill Cook

    That's great, someone with as much passion, knowledge and experience as Bill has for binoculars needs to stay involved in the field. Good luck!
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    Glass at Value

    I saw the Fuji KF 8x32 but was still surprised to not see a vote for the Sightron Blue Sky
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    Tips for new bins

    I'd like to second PhilR's Atlas Optics ED recommendation. I recently purchased a pair myself and can't see the justification for spending more on mid-level optics. There are certainly differences in ergonomics but the glass won't be bettered anywhere close to the price range. Plenty of folks...
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    Binocular bargains

    I have a pair of 7x36 on the way.
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    Binocular bargains

    Thanks Broeder for the heads up on the AO Intrepids deal at Eagle Optics! That seems like a really good deal considering the reviews and the warranty.
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    Hello from Ohio!

    Hi, I've been lurking around for some time researching binoculars for my wife and I so we can begin birding. Thanks for all the great threads and information!
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