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    I too purchased the 8x32 NL and 8x32 SF

    I definitely considered this as a possibility, but didn't want to speculate in my original post. I will comment that immediately before the 8x32 SFs I had a pair of 8.5x42 EL Swarovski binoculars manufactured in 2018. These would have still had the SWAROCLEAN coating. I did NOT have a problem...
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    I too purchased the 8x32 NL and 8x32 SF

    I don’t wear glasses. And I don’t really have trouble with eye placement as much as it was easier to get a good view with the NLs. I still miss the view from the NL a little but the SF are more practical with superior resistance to fogging and glare for how I use them. The ergonomics are...
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    I too purchased the 8x32 NL and 8x32 SF

    I decided to send the NL back and get a second SF (for me and my partner). The eyepiece condensation issue was too much. I did not have such an issue on my 8.5x42 EL. It's too bad, because I did prefer the NL view.
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    I too purchased the 8x32 NL and 8x32 SF

    I am not anybody you should listen to, but here are my experiences on the two binoculars after a week+ of daily use and testing: 8x32 NL Superior image: crisper and improved contrast over SF. Definitely more prone to condensation. Seemingly more prone to glare related issues. Eye placement...
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