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    Entry/Test 8x32 binoculars

    At most places, you can in the USA. Be sure to check exactly what their return policy specifies though before you buy. Amazon.com has probably the easiest return policy. That is a big reason they are by far the biggest online seller in the world.
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    Entry/Test 8x32 binoculars

    The bigger the exit pupil, the more flexibility you have with how the binocular interacts with your eyes. IMO, the bigger, the better. With a binocular with bigger exit pupils you are less likely to have black-outs, and you can move your eyes around more in the exit pupil to observe the FOV. A...
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    Entry/Test 8x32 binoculars

    You're right. AFOV is more important than FOV. It is what makes a binocular immersive and gives it the WOW factor.
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    Entry/Test 8x32 binoculars

    I would buy the Zeiss SF 8x42 first and if you don't like it, return it and try the NL 8x42. You can't judge how a $2000 binocular is going to perform by trying that same format in a $200 binocular. A $2000 Zeiss SF 8x32 is going to be at another level from the Vortex Diamondback 8x32, so you...
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