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  1. Pinewood

    Leica eye candy....

    Hello, My first thought was Norway but I believe that Alaska may be well known for fjord like bodies of water. Happy bird watching, Arthur
  2. Pinewood

    Leica eye candy....

    Hello, I get the most use from the 12x50BA but only for astronomy. The 8x20 is strictly a travel glass, even the aged Binuxit is more useful. I referred to them as "stale" because even the 8x32 BN are well behind current binoculars. Stay safe, Arthur
  3. Pinewood

    Leica eye candy....

    Hello, Here is some stale Leica/Leitz eye candy: In the front row are a Leica 7x42BA; a Leica 8x20BC; and an 8x30 Binuxit. In the second row are a Leica 8x50BA; a Leica 8x32BN, in red; and a Leitz 7x50 Marseptit, ca. 1948. In the back row are a 12x50BA; a 7x50 Leitz BEH Porro II; and a Leitz...