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Bino-viewer

Good reference / review guide here :

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Bino-viewer

Found this handy little site on a Cloudy Nights thread...

Great if you are getting into binocular astronomy and are looking at a new or first purchase.

Plenty to take in on a... err cloudy night. Enjoy.

 

http://www.opticsreviewer.com/index.html

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Daz Type-R

:thumbsup:

 

Thought about getting some bins for a while now......

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BAZ

Keep your eye's peeled at Kelling Daz, I picked up a second hand pair of Japanese 8X40's for twenty quid and they are a cracking pair.

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Sunny Phil

Steve Tonkin's site is worth a look: http://binocularsky.com/

 

I'm not typical, as I use 15x70 bins. However, I use binoculars for deep sky browsing and many of the deep sky targets I catch on camera are also good targets for binoculars.

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