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      I think the only difference you will notice between the S. and the MeoStar B1 Plus 15x56's will be in your wallet. I agree that they are best used on a tripod. My buddy has the 12's and they are perfect for sitting in a box blind all day and having a rest for your arms while viewing. This past season I picked up the MeoStar B1 Plus 8x42 and I couldn't be happier. I love the low light visibility and the wide field of view. Edge to edge clarity goes without saying on all my Meopta products. I would love the 15's but I have found that when I see a deer I am interested in I pop up my rifle to get a good look at him and see if he's a mature deer that we want to harvest.

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      I’m a die hard Leica guy, but have used low end optics to high end. I just recently started using Meopta’s 10x42’s for a back up set, and I’m really impressed with them compared to other middle of the pack glass. All though my field of view is smaller compared to my leica’s, the clarity, eye relief, lowlight, focusing, price, and all that jazz are great. But I’m still gonna suggest any Leica’s 10x42 and up, with or without built in range finders.

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      I just need to be able to see how big and what kind of fish is being handled at 1000 yds.

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      High power binoculars = MN Fish Finders

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      I had a pair of Canon image stabilized. I thought they were poor on the right side and sold them before I found out it was my eye. My brother has Canon image stabilized in 18x and you woukd think your on a tripod when you hit the button. One thing the other outstanding optics will not do is scan for wildlife just for fun from a moving car, boat. or plane.

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      I remember when Canon launched the image stabilized binocs. Just about had a couple folks fall over, and quite a few got nauseated instantly.

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