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Carlos Sousa

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About Carlos Sousa

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  1. Thank you for all the help. After all the discussion I decided to go for the Opticron Adventurer 10x50. Special thanks to Steve Tonkin. Cheers
  2. Only the stratsphey have bak4 prisms from the list i mentioned. Are you recomending those?
  3. Thanks for the tip. About the binoculars choosing can you advise on the models I mentioned or suggest a different one? Thank you
  4. It's for hand holding. Do you think they are too big. I was reading and got the impression that 10x50 where still suitable for that. Maybe in the upper limit but doable. Thank you
  5. Hello, I'm getting started in star gazing and sky watching and I want to buy an entry level pair of binoculars. Based on my budget I kind narrow it down to 3 models: Olympus 10x50 DPS I Opticron Adventurer 10x50 Strathspey Marine 10x50 They all cost more or less the same, and the specs look similar. Can you help me in choosing what may be the best one? Thank you.
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