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    A few quick thoughts, 7X35 vs. 8X32

    Thank you Tom, I for one I’m very happy you cleared it up and that we can put the CA in Leica’s and Glare in NL nonsense behind us, and don’t have to read anymore posts about that. First thing , if your favorite magnification is 10x and you get by with 8x, then it’s kind of understandable that...
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    A few quick thoughts, 7X35 vs. 8X32

    But you’re wrong the Nocs don’t have more CA than the UV’s, so nothing to explain. I really do think that some of these used binoculars that you buy at bargain basement prices may not be performing up to specs. Ive had a few with some issues and could clearly see their deficiencies comparing...
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    A few quick thoughts, 7X35 vs. 8X32

    Here we go, now we move from glare to CA. I know some people are more sensitive to CA than others. By no means am I oblivious to it , and do consider myself sensitive, but no overly sensitive, where ever that line is drawn. I don’t think the CA in Noctivids is worse than the Ultravid HD+ (Which...
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    A few quick thoughts, 7X35 vs. 8X32

    Great write up Chuck. You really nailed it with the character of these two Leica’s. I’d like to ad I think the UV 32’s are the top of the line in the compact 32 arena. There’s really nothing better in an all around package , as long as eye relief works for the users, that to me is it’s only flaw...
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