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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.

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  1. tenex

    Swarovski EL vs Zeiss Victory SF

    There is a whole section of the forum devoted to scopes: Spotting Scopes & tripod/heads
  2. tenex

    Swarovski EL vs Zeiss Victory SF

    So do I, congratulations on a lovely EL. Taste varies on most things, but your reactions to EL/NL/SF are quite similar to mine... I actually prefer SLC (which you seem not to have encountered) to EL but never mind, I didn't want to make the choice any harder. I'm impressed by NL but wasn't...
  3. tenex

    Swarovski EL vs Zeiss Victory SF

    What was the question again? So: yes to some extent but how often will you encounter it; better how, it does have a wider field; and yes. Each of these points has deeper background that surely doesn't matter to you yet but you can start reading up if and when it comes to, as do so many...
  4. tenex

    Swarovski EL vs Zeiss Victory SF

    Well, 120m in a 10x is actually very nice, among the best models before SF/NL. If you've ruled that right out the widest possible field is a clear priority, so you should definitely choose SF over EL, and possibly 8x over 10 on that basis alone. Except you said you were leaning toward 10x in...
  5. tenex

    Swarovski EL vs Zeiss Victory SF

    Yes, 10x32 is absolutely fine as a format, I've used it for years and it may even be growing more common today. So why do you seem to have ruled out EL 10x32? To me it would make more sense to decide 8x vs 10x and then choose between EL and SF, but you haven't stated your purpose so it's hard...
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