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  1. Ignatius

    Einblickverhalten/ease of view FL 7x42 vs FL 8x32

    Since I do not personally know anyone who has both those binos, or who could lend me an FL 8x32 for comparison, here's a question for anyone who does have both or at least has experience of both: is the ease of view or Einblickverhalten of the Zeiss FL T* 8x32 comparable that of the FL T* 7x42...
  2. Y

    Vortex Viper HD and Bushnell Trophy - A noob’s review

    Hi everyone, I’m new here and I just wanted to share with you guys my experience with both of these binoculars, hoping someone will find it helpful. Im pretty new to the binoculars business but my dad has a collection of binoculars (mostly entry level ones but some are really nice for their...
  3. T

    Anyone can recommend a good binocular under 200 euro? I prefer 8x32.

    Good optical perfomance is important to me.
  4. M

    Need lens covers or lens caps for my Traveller BGA 8x32

    Just purchased a lightly used Traveller BGA 8x32 for a reasonable price and initial impressions are seriously favorable. These are lovely little binoculars. Only one minor issue - the seller didn't supply me with either rubber covers (for the objectives) or lens caps (for the oculars). I'm...
  5. 01101001

    View through binoculars

    I use 8x32 binoculars, which seem to be the standard in terms of magnification. It bugs me, however, that I can hardly see the collar on collared doves perched at a 25 metres distance and let go of tits unless I see them well with the naked eye. I sometimes use the camera zoom, but it's...