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Meopta 7x42 MeoStar Review (1 Viewer)

Ries

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Thanks Lee, confident I will. The steadiness even gave the illusion of same if not even slightly larger magnification than the 8x Nikon, weird how optic/eye/hand/brain interaction works.

Just went back to the store and they found the fitting rainguard and non-generic objective caps, good service. My old short Vortex connected and good weather so I'm off into nature enjoying the birds and the bins :)
 

Troubador

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Thanks Lee, confident I will. The steadiness even gave the illusion of same if not even slightly larger magnification than the 8x Nikon, weird how optic/eye/hand/brain interaction works.

Just went back to the store and they found the fitting rainguard and non-generic objective caps, good service. My old short Vortex connected and good weather so I'm off into nature enjoying the birds and the bins :)

And 7x should make them quite usable when travelling by train too!

Lee
 

Ries

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Yeah...when corona measures allow that again, sometime next year probably :( it is a real nice compact pair of 42s!
 

dries1

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For anyone interested here in the US there is a Meostar 7X42 for sale on Rokslide. These do not come up for sale too often.

Andy W.
 

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