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Doug

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About Doug

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    Electric guitar
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    Suffolk UK
  1. Hello and welcome to the SGL from Suffolk England UK
  2. I would say that the 18x50 is too powerful they are great for sky view and long distance 15 miles plus I must say I have been using Canon 15x50 IS for many years and I think they are a great all-rounder and are half the price of the Canon 10x42L let us know what you decide
  3. I have had a pair of Canon 15x50 IS for several years and they go everywhere with me Holidays ect but they are mostly used for Astronomy when you get older your arms are not so steady and you tend to shack a bit you press the button and it just stops they are very impressive even works on a ship, to me they are worth every penny I will say there are certain time of the year you can find them reduced, I have tried the 18x50 and did not like them as much as the 15x50 any questions please ask You get the best out of quality
  4. Doug

    Lunar Eclipse

    0:309 as it hit full a eclipse in Essex then start to open at the bottoms splendid the red is stunning like looking Mars close up :-)
  5. fantastic pics well done
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