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  1. temmie

    Leica 7x42 Ultravid checks all the boxes (best binoculars)

    Let's write Zeiss about it :D I wonder though if the production of those fiber glass bodies was more costly, and I reckon the design also played a role: in the FL, the bridge is a rather large volume and the tubes are tapered but not straight tapered. In the HT, the design is that of 2...
  2. temmie

    Leica 7x42 Ultravid checks all the boxes (best binoculars)

    I really loved the Leica when using it, no question about it. The build quality of the Zeiss is something that has been debated a long time ago (on this forum), and the test of time has proven that it's actually build very, very well and the fiberglass-inforced body, which was abandoned because...
  3. temmie

    Leica 7x42 Ultravid checks all the boxes (best binoculars)

    I have looked through the Ultravid 7x42 (non HD version), and as Charleybird mentioned, I prefer the Zeiss (brighter, wider), but while those differences are rather small, the main difference for me is the close focus distance. Leica stubbornly refuse to make any Ultravid focus closer than 3m...
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