Subject: binoculars
From: "jon wren" <>
Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2000 13:03:12 GMT
Michael wrote,
Hi Jon,
For an old pro I guess individual eyepiece focussing is fine, but
beginners might be put off by them.

I still feel like a spring chicken thankyou very much, "old pro" indeed.
Thanks for the update on binoc's, I would certainly emphasis that if you are into birding make the investment for a good quality pair of binocs and if you are lucky enough to have some change start saving for a good quality scope. I've unsubscribed as this young chook is off on 4 weeks leave, after doing a little bit of work for the Father in law I will be atlassing the wilds of Muralug.
Have a safe and interesting time birding you'all.
Jon Wren
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