Re: Binocular vs Spotting Scope Trade Off
I will add one more point to this discussion that might not be known even to some old timers.
We all know that power and clarity are important factors for hunting. For me, equally important is color. Getting true color costs more than getting clarity. You can accomplish great things if you have both.
I know many have said that color was not that important for hunting. If the game is moving I agree, but if still and you have to
isolate it from it's surroundings like I do with groundhogs at distance, color gives up more targets than clarity and the image. Color first draws me to the object for additional study.
In short I seek:
3) image matching
Yes, it costs a lot more.
Still playing King of the Hill
Beware the high ground
[Reaching for wallet] You wouldn't happen to be a betting man would you?
Impossible means not done YET!