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    What is the price on those models? You can pm me.

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    I bought an MD50 open box special from Cameraland a few years ago for a back pack spotter. I couldn't be happier with it, especially for the money. I actually use it so much that I got rid of my "big" spotter. I should add that I really can't afford a big name European spotter and I will not buy an asian import anything if I can avoid it so I don't have a lot of choices.

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    Thanks BobT! I think I might still stick with the md50 not sure yet. What binos do you use? I have 12x42 wondering if the 50mm would be alot of difference from the binos or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobT View Post
    I bought an MD50 open box special from Cameraland a few years ago for a back pack spotter. I couldn't be happier with it, especially for the money. I actually use it so much that I got rid of my "big" spotter. I should add that I really can't afford a big name European spotter and I will not buy an asian import anything if I can avoid it so I don't have a lot of choices.

    Bob
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    My research led me to the MD50 for a bighorn sheep hunt last year. It did it's job well. Easy to pack. No Swaro but hey, it was less than $200 too. I'd say try it first and see, you won't be out a bunch of $$$.
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    Thanks WYcoyote! Heard a lot of good about them.

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    Minox MD50 is small and light, and waterproof and has a wonderful solid feel to it and operation of the focus ring, power selector and extending rubber eyecup all convey a sense of quality and precision. The optics are bright, super clear, with excellent contrast

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