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  1. Richard D

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

    Sound summary, although for me I get more use out of my ED-III :) Obviously the answer is one of each. ;)
  2. Richard D

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

    I've bought eyepieces from Japan on ebay without problem. I wouldn't think there would be a problem with buying scopes frpm Japan in general (one nice thing about Fieldscopes are they are almost without exception optically very good - lemons are very rare). If you're not in a great hurry though...
  3. Richard D

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

    ED111A's pop up on ebay fairly regularly and the ability to share eyepieces between scopes can save a fortune.
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