Quote:So my question from folks who have the 10 X 30's are they going to be close in resolution to the 10 X 50?
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Quote:I wish when you pushed it that the stabilization would stay
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Quote:Having looked through both the 10x30 and 12x36,I liked both,but remain unsure as to whether the 12x36 really is worth so much more than the 10x30.I definitely prefer the 6 degree TFOV of the 10x30.Kenny
Quote: Try a wideish rubber band with a piece of eraser taped to it so that the eraser keeps the button depressed. Turn the rubber band (a wide band will retain its turned position) to turn off the stabilization.
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