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

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    Dusk light performance relative to weight, NL Pure 10x32 vs 10x42

    Mine too but at what cost. If we look at the price gap between EL 42’s to the 50’s , we may be able to get an idea what a 50NL could cost.
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    Dusk light performance relative to weight, NL Pure 10x32 vs 10x42

    8x32 NL, SF, EL is as good as it gets as all around do everything binoculars. The best bright and sharp optics, still light and compact and still effective in low light. Used my 8x32 SF all day yesterday in cloudy overcast conditions, no problems. When it comes to more reach in a 10x , I...
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    Dusk light performance relative to weight, NL Pure 10x32 vs 10x42

    Absolutely, I’d even say that there’s not much difference in low light capability between like quality 10x42 and 8x32’s. I have 8x32’s that are even brighter than some 10x42’s. It’s a tough balance when having to consider weight. If weight wasn’t an issue I’d go 10x50. Another option would be a...
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    Dusk light performance relative to weight, NL Pure 10x32 vs 10x42

    Certainty the NL 8x42 will be brighter in low light conditions than the M7, and give you a few more minutes of observing time, but at a cost of substantial weight. You could save a few ounces by going Zeiss SF, but imo the Swaro is slightly brighter, but not by much. Under good lighting there’s...
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