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Stormbringer

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About Stormbringer

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    Star Forming

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  • Interests
    Radio control models mainly scale ships and stargazing and fishing :)
  • Location
    S.Queensferry
  1. they are cracking bins arn't they glad your having the fun i have with mine
  2. the main diferances are that the pro's are nitrogen purged and waterproof better build and better optics / coatings . They also come with a decent tripod mount with a red dot finder rail Out of the 2 sets the pro's are the better set of binoculars
  3. The Helios Apollo 22x85 bins are really good but they are heavy and really need to be mounted to use well worth getting as i really enjoy using mine
  4. Cool on the pick up up of the nikon action 12x50's They are my most used set (next to my helis apollo 22x85 bins) of bins and are rally good during the day and at night under the stars but they will benefit from being mounted on tripod/monopod amazing the diferance with no hand shake when being used Enjoy em mate
  5. Cheers again mate looks really interesting as usual
  6. the amazon basics tripod and trigger grip are decent anyway so you have the choice whether to use the tripod or monopod always same when you get new kit and try use it the weather messes it up lol
  7. Cheers again mate I will have a read of this at weekend
  8. cheers again mate ? I always read this very interesting
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