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    Unfortunately the two links don't show a listing.

    What you will find helpful are lightweight binoculars with good light transmission ratio, preferably 5:1.

    For example 8x40 or 6Xx30. 10x50 tend to be too heavy for sky viewing.

    Try and find a good lens, such as Zeiss, Canon, Nikon, Opticron. But I'd stay clear of zooms.

    40 years ago I found a second-hand pair of post war German 6x30 that were really good. Light, clear optics and field of view. Easy to hold steady, which brings us back to the benefits of IS.

    And if you wear glasses, ones with fold-back eye cups.

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/gds/BINOCULARS...6881542/g.html

    http://procular.co.uk/choosing-binoc...omplete-guide/
    Mike


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    one was a Binoculars - Celestron SkyMaster Pro 15x70 and the other was Helios 15 x 70 observation binoculars

    yeah i stay clear of zooms canons are just to much for me

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    are theses a good make Celestron 71009 SkyMaster http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2014686242...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

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