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    Default Zen Ray Ed2 Binos

    I got my Zen Ray ED2 8X43's Friday. VERY nice glass. I am impressed and this is my 1st high end glass I have owned. Very clear and crisp images. They seem very well built too. I like. Here are some pics for you guys to see how what they look like, and what their size is. They come with a nice hard case that could be used as a bino case and I would think that you could hook this case up to a Crooked Horn bino system if you would like to. It uses zippers though. I have a Badlands bino case, and I can't emphasize how nice this Badlands is for taking care of something nice like these binos, a camera, rangefinder, cell phone, or whatever you want to use it for. They claim near waterporofness with the silent magnet seal and will def keep out dust.

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    Zen Ray Ed2 Binos - General Archery Forum



    Zen Ray Ed2 Binos - General Archery Forum

    Zen Ray Ed2 Binos - General Archery Forum

    Zen Ray Ed2 Binos - General Archery Forum

    Zen Ray Ed2 Binos - General Archery Forum

    Zen Ray Ed2 Binos - General Archery Forum





    Info that helped me with my choice.

    http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=1157111

    http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=916078

    http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=779877

    http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=916874
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    how much did they cost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.C. View Post
    how much did they cost?
    $400. Euro glass of this quality will run you $1500 and up though. These are made in China..imagine that. Lifetime transferable warranty. Click on those links. Vchris is very educated in fine glass and this is what he specializes in , and he is a friend of mine. His opinion and recommendation made me look at these.
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    Bak 4 Prisms? or better?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RageBlood View Post
    Bak 4 Prisms? or better?
    Sorry RB; don't know technical info on glass. These are REALLY clear and bright though. I have tried them in low light and they are amazing. Bird watchers are giving them good reviews too, and those people are picky about their glass. Good bang for your buck. Read those links and the info is there though, I am sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RageBlood View Post
    Bak 4 Prisms? or better?
    Phase corrected Bak 4 Prisms

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