[mou] help with scopes?????
birdnird at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 18 11:03:30 CST 2008
I'd recommend you both visit National Camera Exchange
in Golden Valley and test out all of the scopes they
have available. They have them setup on tripods so
you get to compare in real time.
--- jaxi <jaxi.schulz at gmail.com> wrote:
> I would also love to hear opinions on scopes. I got
> my binocs based
> on some recommendations and have been more than
> pleased with them.
> Like Chris my budget doesn't allow for thousands of
> dollars to be
> spent much as I'd like to. Ideally I would love a
> scope that works
> with glasses (I wear them) and has the potential for
> Thanks in advance.
> On 2/17/08, premierpets at aol.com
> <premierpets at aol.com> wrote:
> > Hello all I'm ready to move from binoculars to a
> scope so I would love any
> > input as to what some of you birders have used.
> Let me know the scopes
> > (brands) you like the best, what to look for in a
> scope, angled or straight,
> > I have been birding 20 years( I'm 27) and all I
> have ever used are
> > binoculars, last fall I was able to look through a
> scope out at Sherburn
> > Wildlife Refuge and relized I've been missing out.
> So any help would be
> > awsome. I also should say I have a 10 month old
> little girl so I'm sure my
> > wife will budget me, as I have seen scopes going
> $2000-$3000. Try to shy
> > away from those. Also If anyone has a used one
> and they have upgraded let
> > me know I would not be opposed to buying a used
> one. Thank you all so much.
> > Bird on!
> > Chris Brown
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