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Mediterranean with Simon Reeve

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Old Saturday 13th October 2018, 18:20   #1
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Mediterranean with Simon Reeve

BBC 2 iPlayer.

First of 4 parts.

Simon Reeve uses Swarovski binoculars.

Just before half way in the hour's programme, others are using Swarovski binoculars and spotting scopes. Also various night vision monoculars, exotic binoculars and some other very expensive optics.

Also possibly large Fujinon binoculars?

Interesting, at least for me.
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Is he a brand ambassador for Swarovski?
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I don't know, but the special forces shown using Swarovski binoculars and spotting scopes were probably not.
I don't know who made the night vision equipment.
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