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  1. yarrellii

    First binoculars: Nikon Vs Celestron

    IMHO the Nikon Action Extreme 7x35 is a great performer, and at 100 € it is a really good price. The image is bright and sharp and very wide. Yes, only the central part of the image is perfectly sharp (as it is usually the case with wide field binoculars), but in my case it didn't disturb me at...
  2. yarrellii

    First binoculars: Nikon Vs Celestron

    Bill, I thank you for the clarification, I always read your posts with great interest and have learn a lot (for example, to be wary of advertising bloating specs). However, there's two things that escape me. - It is a proven fact that sometimes manufactures cheat in the advertising, bloating...
  3. yarrellii

    First binoculars: Nikon Vs Celestron

    Bill, This is very easy to check. I'm not making anything up, I'm simply stating what the very own brand has to say about their own binoculars, and for the two models the OP showed interest Nikon states a field of view of 6,4º. Find attached a picture of the binocular in question Action 7x50...
  4. yarrellii

    First binoculars: Nikon Vs Celestron

    Well, and if you read through the endless threads in this forum and others, you will see that in fact the size of the exit pupil plays an important role, not only in affecting the performance of the binoculars but also in the "ease of view", a very small exit pupil will make the eye position...
  5. yarrellii

    First binoculars: Nikon Vs Celestron

    While I'm a big fan of the many virtues of 7x binoculars, I was trying to illustrate the point that small FOV can be pretty restrictive, given the fact that the OP suggested buying two binoculars with narrow FOV. In fact, I was specifically referring to the two 7x binoculars the OP is thinking...
  6. yarrellii

    First binoculars: Nikon Vs Celestron

    Hello Rassati, and welcome! :) (You've probably done this already, but just in case) Before actually choosing a particular device, you should ask yourself (or explain to others so they can help you in the best possible way) what is your intended use for the binoculars, just like you would do...
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