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I am Spanish and I am ISMAEL I apologize for my errores.quiero buy a prismatic leupold and agrdeceria you will say to me his opinion, also saying that its price here is like Zeiss or swarovski thank you very much
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Are you living in Spain?

Here in the U.S.A. the Leupold Golden Ring HD binoculars cost less than $1,000.

The Zeiss and Swarovski can cost around $2,000 depending on which models you are looking at.

I have no opinion about the Leupold Golden Ring as I have never owned any.
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Ismael,

Los Leupold Golden Ring son gemelos muy buenos.  Yo dudo que alguien pueda ver una diferencia aun poca significativa entre ellos y los de Zeiss o Swarovski a menos que tenga mucha experiencia comparando con gemelos.
 
Como escribió Bird Watcher; aquí en los EUA, los gemelos de Leupold GR cuestan menos que $1000 USD mientras los Zeisses y los Swarovkis peudan costar a veces más que $2000 USD. 
 
Entonces, yo juzgo que los Zeisses y los Swarovskis (y también los Leicas) no valen la pena.


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Spanish to English translation attempt...Embarrased

Ismael,

The Leupold Golden Ring twins are very good. I doubt that anyone might even see a little significant difference between them and those of Zeiss or Swarovski unless you have a lot of experience compared with twins.
 
As he wrote Bird Watcher; here in the USA, the twins of Leupold GR cost less than $ 1000 USD while the Zeiss and often Swarovkis peudan cost more than $ 2000 USD.
 
So, I judge that Zeiss and Swarovskis (and also the Leica) not worth it.
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Originally posted by mike650 mike650 wrote:

Spanish to English translation attempt...Embarrased
Close, but not quite.  You have to remember that translation is not a literal word-for-word exercise.  Here are some corrections

Originally posted by mike650 mike650 wrote:

Ismael,

The Leupold Golden Ring binoculars are very good.
Twins is a technically correct word choice though, not correct for the context.  Gemelos is used for binoculars because it has "twin" optical barrels. If I had wanted to be entirely, completely, and anally correct, I probably should have typed gemelos prismaticos.  But, who wants to type that much?

I doubt that anyone would  see even a slightly significant difference between them and those of Zeiss or Swarovski unless he (or she) has  a lot of experience comparing binoculars.
 
As Bird Watcher wrote; here in the USA, the Leupold GR binoculars cost less than $1000 USD while the Zeisses and  Swarovkis can cost more than $ 2000 USD.
 
So, I judge that Zeisses and Swarovskis (and also the Leicas) are not worth the cost.


You did a pretty good job.  You just have to remember that "translation" is more an excercise in "interpretation of meaning" than it is a literal word-for-word transfer.






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Thanks Lucznik!!  Smile
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agradecco all its cosejos the issue here is that prices are in Spain
swarovski 10x42EL = 1800 euros
Zeiss Victory 10x42FL = 1620 euros
leupold GR 10X82HD = 1575euros
deserves to buy leupold grcias and cordial greetings
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