That's a good development. Using the light transmission graphs from the 2018 catalogue I speculated in another thread that the improvement in light transmission from changing to MeoLux should be about +2% at 550 nm, +3% at 650 nm and +4-5% at 450 nm for a complex binocular. Hopefully they'll make the same change to the S2 scope.
I suppose we should all should know is what the term MeoLux means.
So, it would be good if you would help by telling us more on how you found those large differences in transmission numbers.
I think it helps in these times to be optimistic, we will get over this as we have in the past. I wish the rainy weather would leave us for a while on the east coast.
Here is the diagram referred to by Henry.
Hi Lee and Henry,
Been interesting reading this thread as I know so little about Meopta except for the fact they have obviously a far far better product range than people like me would have realized. (Lee, I knew from you that they must meet exacting standards.)
So I became curious and wondered if you can explain the meaning of the shaded bar area in the graph Lee supplied. I am used to seeing Gijs's data but will admit freely to never looking beyond the figures themselves as a comparison between binos. I shan't feel patronized if you have to spell it out in words of one syllable! :-O