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  Binocs
  Posted by: rblturtle on Jan-28-14 7:56 AM (EST)
 

I have had many,and for canoe use to much power is a handycap due to the boat motion. 6x is probibly the best max. I accidentally stumbled onto a great binoc for app 25$! Olympus 7X21 PC III. They are reverse porro prisms,small,real lite, and optically unbelivable for the price. They are not waterproof,but I carryed expensive,heavy waterproof binocs for years and never got them wet-I decided ,considering the low cost to play the odds and take these. I liked then so much I ordered 4 more-one for a spare and the rest I gave away as gifts.
Turtle

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