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  1. R

    meopta meostar 8x42

    My B1 HD's have the tripod attachment, but also the completely useless objective caps on string. What a joke IMO!! Also mine has the green carpet like bag/case.... again, i'm not a fan of that and use a Zeiss case... much better!!
  2. R

    meopta meostar 8x42

    I agree... I was totally blown away when I looked through my 10x42 Meostars. And the weight is fine, and helps a steady view. A very underated binocular.... or perhaps not.... most people who do look through Meostars seem to come to that conclusion it appears, but that's just not that many...