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Stormbringer

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About Stormbringer

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    Star Forming

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    Male
  • Interests
    Radio control models mainly scale ships and stargazing and fishing :)
  • Location
    S.Queensferry
  1. i use this tripod with mine and carries the binoculars no problem https://www.firstlightoptics.com/tripods/horizon-8115-2-way-heavy-duty-tripod.html
  2. What about these ? https://www.firstlightoptics.com/helios-binoculars/helios-apollo-high-resolution-85mm-binoculars.html They are heavy about 4+kilos and are 22x85 I use these myself for stargazing and ship spotting down at the shore really like them clear views but they wont focus under about 50 odd metres tho
  3. The 15x70 Pros are quite good Steve Tonkin gives em a good right up on his binocular sky site I have a set as well and they do seem pretty good
  4. good choice in bins there i use the Helios Apollo 22x85 bit heavier than light quest but awesome bins
  5. i use the xyz mount on my binoculars with good results but thats nice image
  6. i have a pair of zoom binns and they are crap werent cheap either i paid £65 for them 10 years ago and only used em 2-3 times
  7. Theres also a couple of good books by Steve Tonkin (aka Binocular Sky on here) http://binocularsky.com/
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