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Question: Swarovski object module 85mm vs 95mm

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Old Tuesday 8th October 2019, 11:25   #1
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Question: Swarovski object module 85mm vs 95mm

Hello,

A Swarovski object module 85mm (25-60x) has a better min. ‘aperture’ than a 95mm (30-70x) for digiscoping purpose.
Do you have two photos whereas the result shows, for the same object, distance and magnification, between a 85mm and 95mm?

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Old Wednesday 23rd October 2019, 04:51   #2
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As I have studied, if you compare 95mm vs 85mm for digiscoping aspect, you better go for 95mm. I afraid you may not get the answer you asked because people mostly own only 1 scope which suit them. The 95mm is definitely brighter but in the end people have to use a program to adjust the pictures for better result.

I just got a 85mm last month. I choose 85mm over 95mm because I think I mainly go out and walk around, digiscoping is not my priority.
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