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  1. dorubird

    Choosing pocket binoculars

    Because you already have a bigger pair of binoculars (a fantastic NL 8x32), then I would go for the extreme size: Leica Ultravid 8x20. It is small, sharp and top quality build. And even if it is the smallest (only Trinovid is smaller), it also has an important ergonomic advantage compared to all...
  2. dorubird

    Choosing pocket binoculars

    The binoculars are a mechanical/optical instrument as a whole. It's not just optical. Mechanics is often underestimated in relation to optics. Good mechanics always can help optics, but good optics cannot help mechanics. So my choice is Ultravid 8x20, an exceptional optical and mechanical assembly!