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  1. Helios Quantum 4 15x70 for serious stargazing purposes. Great quality, but heavy as h*ll. I bought a tripod for them and the tripod was twice the price than the binos... Oh well, it's a sturdy set. I also have 7x21 binos and 2x24 night vision monocular, they are nice to play with but not really useful for astronomy.
  2. Thank you all for your warm welcomes!
  3. Thank you all! JamesM, thank you for the tip, I'll check that site. I already have a tripod for my SRL camera, going to try with that first. I know it's too low when I need to look at the zenith but it'll have to do for a while, I'm on a budget here. The L-bracket I'm going to get from the same place as the binos.
  4. Hi! I'm Minna from Finland (and I already apologize if I make any grammatic errors). I've been interested in astronomy since I was a kid, and now at the age of 22 I'm finally thinking of getting some decent binoculars to observe the skies. Observing only with my own eyes is facinating, using my 7x21 binos is more facinating, and now I'm probably going to buy me some 15x70 binos, and I believe that will blow my mind. In my dreams I own a super fancy telescope, but for now I have to "settle for" binoculars (not having a car and living in a first floor of a high-rise building, I have some weight limits for my gear). I've been browsing this forum for some time looking for info on binoculars and finally decided to join, this seems to be a lovely community full of nice people!
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