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#1 denis0007dl

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Posted 17 August 2019 - 02:39 AM

Several users of that binoviewers, asked me if I know anything about that binoviewer, so its finally in my hands now.

 

Answer is: its is samle binoviewer as TeleVue BinoVue (older model), with same specifications, and same optical performance.

 

Only difference vs TeleVue is different middle plate logo.

 

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Denis

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Posted 17 August 2019 - 06:45 AM

Denis, thanks for the clarification (for those who wanted to know).

For those of us who have the TV BV's, we already knew this as they look identical.

 

What differences is there in the older/newer models and how can one tell which they have?



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Posted 17 August 2019 - 07:10 AM

Denis, thanks for the clarification (for those who wanted to know).

For those of us who have the TV BV's, we already knew this as they look identical.

 

What differences is there in the older/newer models and how can one tell which they have?

You are welcome Mike.

 

Main global difference is that older model, like that one, dont have screws which additionally holds eyepeice holders to binobody, while newer/laterst production have those screws on eyepeice plates (4 screws on each eyepeice sides).



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Posted 18 August 2019 - 08:00 AM

You are welcome Mike.

 

Main global difference is that older model, like that one, dont have screws which additionally holds eyepeice holders to binobody, while newer/laterst production have those screws on eyepeice plates (4 screws on each eyepeice sides).

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