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Old Monday 4th November 2019, 10:18   #7
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Originally Posted by PYRTLE View Post
.............but why not a lightweight pair of 8 x 32 for all round wildlife watching? A close focusing pair would also allow butterflies, insects etc to be observed.

From my experience the compacts are more difficult to us,
I agree with the 8x32mm suggestion,
or maybe that new Kiwa 6.5x32

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