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Bresser Special Saturn 30x70 binoculars

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Old April 22nd 04, 01:22 PM
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Default Bresser Special Saturn 30x70 binoculars

Recently surfing for binoculars, looking for something with
significantly more aperture and magnification than my swift audubon
8.5x44, i saw this range:


Of which the 30x70 was priced (albeit in Euro's) quite well and seemed
to have features desirable for stargazing.

It would need a mount for maximum utility, not so much the weight but
at x30 and a more modest FOV the image would be jumpy.

Just wondering if anyone had experienced them or had any thoughts on

The other options are a pair of orion/helios 15x70 or similar.

(hope the UK group doesn't mind the crosspost, but they might know
this product better)

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