I see that bird watching has taken on a whole new meaning...
|| A bit like using Swarovski's to "See the unseen" ? With their "Limitless Perfection? whatever that means LOL
(Just been reading the latest Bird watching magazine here)
But then Opticron promise "The best birdwatching optics" so what superlatives surpass Limitless Perfection?
Back in reality, I tried both Noctovids looking out of the shop into bright daylight and they were superb optically. I couldn't fault them in that situation. If I had to be picky, always have the feeling Leica and Zeiss bins handle glare just a little better than Swaro in bright sunlight, but it could be just that Swarowski-view which is so popular
Also against the trend I do prefer the closed bridge of the Ultravids for handling.
But hey, I'm off to find a 7x42 Opticron now