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Re: Good Astronomical Binoculars?

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Posted by Raymond Miller/">Raymond Miller on June 15, 1999 20:58:17 UTC

: I recommend 7x50mm, and 11x80mm for standard use for astronomical purpose, but if you really to do serious stargazing you might consider 20x100mm or larger.

I have a pair Jasom 10x50 and a normal camera tripod, where can I find an adaptor to set my binocuars on the tripod?

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