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    Ultravid 7x42 HD+ vs Noctivid 8x42

    Just out of interest, how do people know about Leica's new coatings in Ultravids the past couple of years? I spoke to some suppliers and they don't seem to be unaware of it, and I can't find anything official from Leica?
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    Ultravid 7x42 HD+ vs Noctivid 8x42

    Thanks for the advice! How do you determine the year of production, is it on the box or via the serial number?
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    Ultravid 7x42 HD+ vs Noctivid 8x42

    Thanks! I'm definitely considering ordering the 7x35 to try now as well. Are the eyecups on them removable? I've never encountered pull-up eyecups before. I consider removable eyecups a big plus to allow me to give the oculars a proper clean.
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    Ultravid 7x42 HD+ vs Noctivid 8x42

    I'm not too bothered about the lack of waterproofing/rubber armour, but what has put me off these is reading that the focus is quite slow? Also the eyepieces and eyecup diameter seem quite small, how is viewing comfort without glasses? And finally is the view comparable to the 7x42? The small...
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    Ultravid 7x42 HD+ vs Noctivid 8x42

    I own a 8x42 Trinovid (2012-2015 model) and love it. But it's time for an upgrade. I'm set on Leica, big fan of the view and build quality, and I want the best they have to offer. That would seemingly be the Noctivid, although before that came along the general consensus seems to be the Ultravid...
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