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    New low light weatherproof binoculars

    I think all the Zeiss focus CCW. Maybe the MIC Terra doesn’t. Correction: I’m wrong, just checked my SF it focuses CW, should’ve checked before I posted. 🙃🤷🏼‍♂️.
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    New low light weatherproof binoculars

    CCW (like Zeiss & GPO) and slow focuser about 2.75 revolutions, which Is a lot. Very smooth with good feel/feedback. Excellent close focus, one of the best 8x42‘s at a tad over four feet. The interesting thing is that close focus to about 30 feet takes up most of the focus travel, about two...
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    New low light weatherproof binoculars

    I’d like to ad don’t sweat the accessories. Of course at these prices we would hope they would supply us with what is needed, but I guess it’s all about cost cutting. It’s cheap enough to get some aftermarket covers and straps if needed, don’t let that affect your purchase Paul
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    New low light weatherproof binoculars

    Imo it’s important not only to consider the objective size and magnification (exit pupal) but also the quality of the glass and coatings. I have/had quite a few inexpensive and mid priced 7x50’s that under low light we’re not better than a good 10x42. That being said I can’t see nothing bad...
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