After yesterday I need to add another contender to the "no CA club"
The Moon-Star 6.5x32 APO+.
Hard to get but wow is it worth it...
Here it is along the Meade 10x56
My ranking of "CA" binoculars goes like this:
Leica Trinovid HD 8x42 - Surprising amount of CA for something that costs this much but it is very pleasant to look through.
Oberwerk 15x70 Ultra - Well controlled but still visible. Less intrusive than the Leica.
Meade Masterclass 10x56 - No CA in the center to very little in the outer 20%
APM 34x80 - CA visible only at the extreme edge and even then, you have to be looking for it. For all intents and purposes it is color free.
Moon Star 6.5x32 - Same as above or maybe slightly better.
I do have 2 binoculars that are completely color free meaning the CA they produce is simply below my threshold of seeing:
Oberwerk 20x65ED and the BT-100XL/SD.
If you dislike CA intensely and do not want to see it these are the instruments for you!
I mean if you can find it, the Tax Astronomer should be in a league of it's own but I digress.