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    Nikon ED82A scope v Smaller Scopes eg Swarovski 65 HD or others

    Yes, that’s sound advice. Just have to decide between the EDiii and the ED50.
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    Nikon ED82A scope v Smaller Scopes eg Swarovski 65 HD or others

    Thanks for the info. A lot of the Fieldscope offerings on eBay are from Japan. Don't know whether that matters?
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    Nikon ED82A scope v Smaller Scopes eg Swarovski 65 HD or others

    I will be keeping the ED82 as it’s great on my local lake. Birds are only viewable from a few points along the lake and they can be over 1000m away. This scope works very well for this. However I would like a waterproof, small, angled scope for other occasions as I do not enjoy carrying the...
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    Nikon ED82A scope v Smaller Scopes eg Swarovski 65 HD or others

    Thanks for that. I had indeed never heard of scope packs. Is your ATS80 much bigger/heavier the the ATS65?
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    Nikon ED82A scope v Smaller Scopes eg Swarovski 65 HD or others

    Well, that is what I thought might be the case. The ED82 is so good for my local lake That I don’t think I would want to do without it. Looking out for a used EDIIIA sounds like a good idea. Thanks
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    Nikon ED82A scope v Smaller Scopes eg Swarovski 65 HD or others

    After about a 25 year absence I got back into bird watching when I retired about a year ago. I had a NIKON ED II scope with a 20 and 30mm eyepieces. After seeking advice, from this forum, I purchased the 20-60mm eyepiece. The eyepiece 'came with' a ED82A scope. I really like the view through...
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