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Meopta Meostar B1 10x50

22 September 2010
  • Conclusion: Meopta is an equivalent of Polish Optical Company (PZO) so to speak. It was established in 1933 and it started the production from lenses and condensers. During the WWII, after the annexation of the Czech lands by Germany, the whole production, consisting of rangefinders, periscopes, binoculars and...
  • Pros: good transmission,, low brightness loss at the edge of the field,, slight coma and astigmatism,, good whiteness rendition,, no central vignetting,, inner tubes black and matt,, good quality of prisms,, solid build quality,
  • Cons: chromatic aberration too high,, significant distortion,, visible false pupils,
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