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  1. Troubador

    A Brief Review of the Zeiss Harpia 95

    I can certainly understand that especially if you bird a lot in the evenings. Lee
  2. Troubador

    A Brief Review of the Zeiss Harpia 95

    Also true but binos don't offer the zoom of a scope and the full 95mm is available from 40x mag upwards. Meanwhile at lower magnifications there is a super-wide field of view. And scope users are used to small exit pupils of 1.5mm or less at high magnifications. Its a balance of capabilities...
  3. Troubador

    A Brief Review of the Zeiss Harpia 95

    Its a balance of capabilities John and which may not meet your personal needs. At 2.5mm the EP is similar in size to your pupil in normal daylight and its no coincidence that at this size the human eye is at its most effective with regard to detail. And as Vespo pointed out in normal daylight...
  4. Troubador

    A Brief Review of the Zeiss Harpia 95

    LOL! I think Vespobuteo explains this well. Lee
  5. Troubador

    A Brief Review of the Zeiss Harpia 95

    John The EP gets gradually restricted below 40x mag. Above this mag it uses the full 95mm objective and has a normal EP. Lee
  6. Troubador

    A Brief Review of the Zeiss Harpia 95

    Henry How would higher eyesight aberrations enable the unbiased observers to perceive a better resolution? Lee
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