17.5" f/5 Dob. IM-715 MCT. 120ED. Lunt 60mm Ha. Zeiss, Leica, Fujinon, Nikon, Pentax, Bushnell bins
Quote:So, did you actually wait a week for the clouds to clear before looking through them, or did you cheat and look through them during the day first? And, assuming you didn't cheat, why don't you try them during the day and lets us know how you like them? Of course using them during the day is really cheating, because daylight is starlight, right?
Quote:I just recently discovered ic4665 and LOVED it.I'll be trying to view it each time i go out this spring/summer.
Quote:Michael,Congratulations with your new binoculars!I hope to read more observing reports from you soon.The Milky Way should be a very spectacular playground for the new gear.
Quote: I was curious if you saw the IS fuzzies in the 12x36 like the ones seen in the 15x50s. Seems you do.
Quote:After using Canon IS binoculars for close to two years, I have discovered this: The trick is to turn the IS off, then focus as well as you can, then turn the IS on. When you do that, the images remain tack sharp.