Re: Kowa TS-501/Z Scope
"Tony Russell" <>
Thu, 1 Mar 2001 15:43:46 +1030
Having one of the 20 - 60x Leica zooms I too find 50 -60x just loses too
I tend to use it on 20 -30x most of the time. My next purchase will be a
fixed 32x wide angle as a good general purpose eyepiece.
Adelaide birding by 4WD
phone: 08 8337 5959
> >I think the moral is that you need to very thoroughly think through what
> >want your scope for before you pay out the money. Optical quality, if you
> >not have your scope with you because it is too heavy, avails you nothing.
> Hi Bruce
> My thoughts exactly! ... and accordingly I have nothing against the big
> - I'm quite happy to look through those that belong to friends when out
> with them! When I was canning the 40-60 range of a 20-60x zoom earlier
> I meant to be general rather than just Swarovski (the Leica is just as
> & vignetted up around 50-60x). From my experience, none of the zooms are
> above 40x.
> Cheers -- Lawrie
> Lawrie Conole
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