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    16x and steady views. Sig Zulu6 16x42

    The Canon 10x42 l Is is an optic on par with the top ones, if not better, having 2 porro prisms and the best glass. Taken as an example as a flat field.
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    16x and steady views. Sig Zulu6 16x42

    The haze comes from the objectives, the binobandit would be used for light disturbances transverse or behind the eyepieces. I know the APC Kite has more AC than the SIG, at least... I was wondering if it always suffers from these intrusive glares...
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    16x and steady views. Sig Zulu6 16x42

    At this point it would be interesting to know if the APC 16X42 kites also have the problem..
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    16x and steady views. Sig Zulu6 16x42

    Thanks for your contribution, I hadn't seen it on Amazon.com. I tried it for 15 days and the haze is evident in most observation situations. Always compared alongside my Canon 12x36 which always came out the winner as it doesn't have such haze as well as preferable in terms of overall optical...
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    16x and steady views. Sig Zulu6 16x42

    Hello everyone, I'm asking owners of HDX 16X42 SIG SAUER. Have you noticed quite intrusive flashes in the field of vision when observing landscapes? My copy is affected by it and it's quite annoying for me. The image/background is not in focus, but even when focusing it remains. Thanks
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    Sky Rover Banner Cloud 8x42 APO Review

    nel frattempo arriva volevo aggiornare che la spedizione in Italia è assurda facendo pagare 35 euro con quasi un mese di viaggio... arriva prima una stupidaggine su Wish o Temu..
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    Product Review: The Sky Rover Banner Cloud 8 x 42 Binocular

    nel frattempo arriva volevo aggiornare che la spedizione in Italia è assurda facendo pagare 35 euro con quasi un mese di viaggio. Se il buongiorno si vede dal mattino... arriva prima una stupidaggine su Wish o Temu..
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    Product Review: The Sky Rover Banner Cloud 8 x 42 Binocular

    Ho il Fuji, se 7,7 gradi contro 9,3 sono pochi..Oltre che più corretti..
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    Sky Rover Banner Cloud 8x42 APO Review

    Sorry , the part of the shells with the steps and threads made of plastic or metal? Thank you
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    Sky Rover Banner Cloud 8x42 APO Review

    Excellent review, thank you very much. So the Moon Star Apo 8x32 or APM 8X32 ED APO turned out to be a good binocular, having compared it to the Banner. There is little news regarding this bino. I was undecided between the two, for me the weight is too big for the Banner and I don't have...
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    Fujinon HC 8x42

    In reference yes, in its price range it is category... but personally it doesn't make me regret my former SLC HD two-tone version. More compact, easy to handle, better corrected as AC and less reflections in backlight. Similar field.. 1000 euros in your pocket..
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    Fujinon HC 8x42

    expand... Hello everyone dear, I'm reopening this thread because I was looking for impressions from other users.. Is it possible that only me likes it..? Well, I agree with everything that has already been written. Ditto for the position of the eyepieces, I feel comfortable between the...
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    Lens caps for 7x35 Leica "Retrovid"

    Hi, I don't have the binoculars with me yet, I don't know the external measurements of the objective barrel. Are the Opticron covers the OG XS 38 39mm? Many thanks
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    Presentation

    Currently I have with me Zeiss Dialyt 7x42 BTP* Trinovid Leitz 7x42, Pentax 4x20, Oberwerk SE 8x32, Fujinon HC 8X42, Canon 12x36 IS III. I'm about to buy the Retrovid 7x35 I saw your interesting posts these days
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    Presentation

    hello everyone, I'm a newcomer from Italy, I've had a passion for binoculars for several years and I've had several. I'm 49 years old. Good observations to all.
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