I find myself almost always using larger binoculars near the horizon, chasing the sun for comet observing or even observing the moons thin sliverof a crescent.
I use to have Oberwerks 25x100's straight through's and they were great. I thought about buying the larger APM 28x110mm bino's but I ran across their 25x100ED binoculars. Sometimes I notice during terrestrial observing right near sunset, I could see where ED binoculars would produce a cleaner view.
I'm just wonder if their ED's help clean up the color fringing I sometimes see.
Also, I'm wondering how their non ED 110's perform vs the 100's during day and night observing. Both pairs are large but by no means overwhelming.
Anyone have any first hand experience with either the 25mm x 100mm ED's or the 28x110's non ED's, not just on their optical quality or differences, but also how easy they are to focus, set up or just use on a large stable tripod.
Thanks in advance for any info on any of this.
Ralph in Sacramento
Edited by aa6ww, 11 July 2019 - 06:17 PM.