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Can anyone recommend a high quality and where to get a bracket for Swarovski STS-80HD scopes?  Any help would be greatly appreciated.  Sam.
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Don't know of anyone that just sells the bracket because they have to be professionaly installed and calibrated....its not that easy.

 

We stock the 65s already assembled.  Swarovski 20x65 BigEyes.

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I would also like to get the sts-80-hd in the big eye bracket. Does anyone make them?  Can the 80hd be ordered through SWFA? I'm with sam if you going to spend that much money go withthe best. Thank john
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The 80's are not necessarily better than the 65's, but of course the HD version of either is better optically.  I contacted the machinist today and he says it can be done but the cost of the bracket would be higher because it would need to be more heavy duty and adjustable in order to make the eye pieces come closer together.  The objectives limit how close the eye pieces come together and if your eyes are unusually close together the 80's won't work.

 

We can get it done for you, the whole package would be $4799.95 using STS80HD bodies and 30x eye pieces.

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Chris Whom can i call to discuss these? How much bulkier is the bracket?  On the 65's it looks light weight.  What would be the overall wt 65 vs 80's? Would the bracket be adjustable for inter pupulary distance?   Is the bracket adjustable on the 65"s. Is the bracket rock solid steady? No movement of scopes in bracket? Do you sell a case it all can be put in with extra 20 ,30, 45, and 77X lenses?   What Heavy duty light weight tipod do you recomend? Can the swarovski protective cover be placed on the scopes?  Can a camera be hooked up to one of the scopes for pictures? Time frame to get?  nThanks for the info John
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