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Old Wednesday 28th June 2017, 09:03   #14
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When i started with a scope, i took the 'this will do until i get used to the idea' notion and got a small 53mm; it was good, but in 6 months i'd realised the limitations, and bought a Swaro ATS65HD, which is almost a perfect blend of portability/lightweight and great optics - plus the great after-sales and general robustness of the build.
So, it's not so much what you do now, but what you might do because you own it!
If you went with a carbon tripod and a Manfrotto 700RC head (perfectly capable of holding the Swaro) you'd have a very light, versatile set-up.
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