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Old 16-04-09, 09:12 PM
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Post Leica 10x32 BR Ultravid

The Leica 10x32 BR Ultravid are one of the 32mm models that are a continuation of the previously established design, function, mechanical, and optical standards of the Ultravid class. They redefine 32mm binoculars.

High-performance binocular with 32mm objective lens diameter, 8x magnification and a large field of view of 135m allows for a great overview and steadiness of image.

These binoculars are the new reference class for those seeking minimal weight yet maximum optical performance.
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Old 07-11-09, 10:57 AM
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i have a pair of leica 8x42 BA,s.had since they first came out.i find them great and no probs with them.went into try the new leicas 8x42 at 1380 and i could not see any difference,well not to justyfy the price tag,so i'm staying with mine.
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