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Hey guys,

So it appears this bino is good for many different uses. I see great reviews on it. My only real concern is the field of view. Does anybody have these and is it a problem?


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Also, is there anything very similar coming out in the same price range..as this is 10yr old product? I doubt I can afford something like this again for awhile.
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Anybody? Just to be more specific..I looked at the (Real) AOV..3.7 ...and found it kind of small. is it problematic?
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Also how is the light gathering?
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Field of view is 68 degrees, bigger than in most modern binoculars. Eye relief is narrow, I use it without my glasses. It is a good 50mm and gathers the analogous light, but the exit pupil is small, so it looks darker than a 10x50. But at 18x with IS you don't mind that, resolution is way better than in any 10 or 12x50 and lower.
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