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ThomasM
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Reged: 04/19/09

Re: best binocular for viewing milky way new [Re: Erik Bakker]
      #6054572 - 08/30/13 02:50 PM Attachment (19 downloads)

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Congratulations on a great find Thomas. The Zeiss 7x42's are wonderful, be it the Dialyt or the Victory. The large exit pupil is very demanding on our own pupils, so most people should expect less than pinpoint stars at night. Give yourself some time to get to know your 7x42's with their special qualities and character, you will be richly rewarded!

Of course, you will have to supply some pictures




Erik,

thanks a lot, here is a picture!

Thomas


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Erik Bakker
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Loc: The Netherlands, Europe
Re: best binocular for viewing milky way new [Re: ThomasM]
      #6054612 - 08/30/13 03:14 PM

That is a stunner Thomas! Beautiful bino and a true classic.

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KennyJ
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Reged: 04/27/03

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Re: best binocular for viewing milky way new [Re: Erik Bakker]
      #6054895 - 08/30/13 06:36 PM

< Beautiful bino and a true classic.>

Hear, hear!


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