Originally Posted by Rico70
The wide movement of the 100x will now be so wide that the saccadic and tracking muscles are able to chase it. This causes a more stable and complete image to arrive to the retina, than the eye can stabilize at 10x. And therefore, the details visible with the 100x, which in proportion are 10 times as much, will have an even greater value than the 10x.
It is not a matter of FOV.
Alexis is bringing up FOV because at 100x it's so narrow that in practice, your target will easily swing out of view entirely, defeating your claimed ability to follow it while in larger-scale motion. Do you not find that?