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I currently have a Swarovski ATM 65mm HD spotting scope. I am considering selling it and upgrading to the new ATX with an 85mm objective. One thing that has me really thinking about it is the fact that the new spotters are going to be Swarovision, and I absolutely love my 10x42 EL's with Swarovision. I compared an ATX 85 with a btx 85. While the btx is very comfortable to look through with a superb image, I thought there was a noticeable difference in light transmission, with the ATX winning that by a fair margin. I could even tell a difference in light transmission inside the store. Out in the field I saw the same thing.

Killed my first Coues from the Bruno Canyon area almost 20 years ago. It was pretty thick and overgrown back thenreally hope this and last summers fire brings the habitat back to what nature intended and returns the unit to the quality area it once was. I was JUST about to pull the trigger on a new Swarovski ATX with the 85mm objective when the 'miser' in me started wondering whether I should just settle for a 80mm ATS? The price difference for me is about $600. I've never owned either and I'm stepping up from an old Razor. I only briefly My test & review of the Swarovski ATX 30-70x95 Swarovski. BirdForum - The net's largest birding community, dedicated to wild birds . 22:05. Home You are most welcome to register for an account, which allows you to take part in lively discussions in the forum, post your pictures in the gallery and more. My test & review of the Swarovski ATX Nightforce has great tracking capabilities, they are rugged, a bunch of elevation, holds zero forever, and reticles are designed for long range shooting. So if you are looking to shoot long distances constantly, then you need a scope that can take the abuse. -- gilmillan1 I believe the ATX is a little more compact for trips than having a single body plus lens (since it is modular). Some may like the option of the smaller 65 body for backpack type hunts and switch over to the 95 when weight and bulk aren't that big a deal (truck hunts). Have previously had ATX 65mm but sold it wanting a bigger objective lens. Now I am thinking about the BTX. I have a really good deal on a new pair 3500 for BTX + 95mm +1.7mag. Alternatively I am considering a ATX or STX 95mm. I have read the BTX gives less eye strain which is important. The

I believe the ATX is a little more compact for trips than having a single body plus lens (since it is modular). Some may like the option of the smaller 65 body for backpack type hunts and switch over to the 95 when weight and bulk aren't that big a deal (truck hunts).

Nightforce has great tracking capabilities, they are rugged, a bunch of elevation, holds zero forever, and reticles are designed for long range shooting. So if you are looking to shoot long distances constantly, then you need a scope that can take the abuse. -- gilmillan1 I believe the ATX is a little more compact for trips than having a single body plus lens (since it is modular). Some may like the option of the smaller 65 body for backpack type hunts and switch over to the 95 when weight and bulk aren't that big a deal (truck hunts). Have previously had ATX 65mm but sold it wanting a bigger objective lens. Now I am thinking about the BTX. I have a really good deal on a new pair 3500 for BTX + 95mm +1.7mag. Alternatively I am considering a ATX or STX 95mm. I have read the BTX gives less eye strain which is important. The Zeiss Harpia 95 - Swarovski ATX 95 - Subjective comparison Remark: as I am German, my English is lousy, so please ask, if something is not clear. Obviously the Swarowski ATX 30-70x95 and the Zeiss Harpia 23-70x95 are the current top models of both competitors.

Killed my first Coues from the Bruno Canyon area almost 20 years ago. It was pretty thick and overgrown back thenreally hope this and last summers fire brings the habitat back to what nature intended and returns the unit to the quality area it once was.

10 Sep 2013 Just what does this new Swarovski ATX Modular spotting scope do to justify its high price tag? More than you might imagine. It zooms from 25X to  8 Mar 2017 SWAROVSKI ATX 65MM SPOTTING SCOPE. SWAROVSKI ATX 65MM SPOTTING SCOPE Name: ATX1.jpg Views: 722 Size: 42.5 KB Name: 

Zeiss Harpia 95 - Swarovski ATX 95 - Subjective comparison Remark: as I am German, my English is lousy, so please ask, if something is not clear. Obviously the Swarowski ATX 30-70x95 and the Zeiss Harpia 23-70x95 are the current top models of both competitors.

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Have previously had ATX 65mm but sold it wanting a bigger objective lens. Now I am thinking about the BTX. I have a really good deal on a new pair 3500 for BTX + 95mm +1.7mag. Alternatively I am considering a ATX or STX 95mm. I have read the BTX gives less eye strain which is important. The

8 Mar 2017 SWAROVSKI ATX 65MM SPOTTING SCOPE. SWAROVSKI ATX 65MM SPOTTING SCOPE Name: ATX1.jpg Views: 722 Size: 42.5 KB Name:  5 Sep 2017 Long Range Hunting Forum Compare that to a Vortex Razor HD 27-60x at 65.6 oz. or a Swarovski ATS 80 at 58 oz., and the scope is it compared the the Swarovski ATX 85mm spotter or the Meopta S2 HD 82mm spotter. 13 dic 2013 Notizie dal FORUM. Strumentazione astronomica • Re: Revue 4006 · Strumentazione astronomica • Re: Revue 4006. Certo ho sbagliato, il 

Killed my first Coues from the Bruno Canyon area almost 20 years ago. It was pretty thick and overgrown back thenreally hope this and last summers fire brings the habitat back to what nature intended and returns the unit to the quality area it once was.