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burris compact spotting scope.

i purchased a burris compact spotting scope. it's 12-24x50.

it's not bad, a little fuzzy at high power durring twilight, but not bad at all. i am considering buying the leupold version of ultra-compact spotting scope just because i fancy leupold products over burris.

have any of you guys used them and can help me compare?

 

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I have not yet tried any of

I have not yet tried any of the compact spotters and honestly had not even considered them. Yhe only spotter I own and have ever used is a Nikon Prostaff that has worked extremely well for me. It's a little heavy and definately not compact but I've carried it to the top of a few mountains none the less.

I read hundreds of reviews and this one seemed the best balance of cost and quality. Almost had no bad reviews anywhere I looked at them. Far better than any other brand overall in tne review department. Not sure if they have any compact models though.

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