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|Package Weight||8.4 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||18.2 x 8.3 x 6.4"|
|Angle of View||20x: 2.2° 60x: 1.1°|
|Field-of-View (@ 1000 Yds)||20x: 117' (39 m @ 1000 m)60x: 60' (20 m @ 1000 m)|
|Minimum Focus Distance||16.4' (5.0 m)|
|Exit Pupil Diameter||20x: 4.2mm60x: 1.4mm|
|Twilight Factor||20x: 41.260x: 71.4|
|Weatherproofing||Waterproof & fogproof|
|Dimensions||15.3" (389mm) in Length|
|Weight||4.11 lbs (1865g)|
|Relative Brightness||20x: 18.160x: 2.0|
|Objective Lens Diameter||3.3" (85mm)|
I have talked about this scope a little bit in a number of different threads. I have also posted some random pictures here and there.
I am a birder who frequently takes others out to see birds, and I do not have unlimited resources to support my birding and photography. After reading the reviews here and at other online sites, I decided to go with the Vortex Razor HD scope.
Bought from OP in December 2015 after a three-year search and comparison. As a frequent birder, all the way want a no-fancy spotting scope of 80-82mm diameter yet not too pricey. Compared brands commonly used by fellow Hong Kong birders, those typically from Japan, Austria, Germany etc, with prices...
vortex VIP warranty, Very compact at 39cm long, Strong body, Nice protective jacket included
Quite heavy with caps on (>1.8kg), Eyepiece rather tight to fix on, Magnification ring adjusts loosely
I've had my Vortex Razor HD 20-60x85 angled spotting scope for a few months already and cannot be more pleased with the quality and ease of use. First, the optics are brite, clear, super resolution, bringing distant birds into sharp focus.
I was torn between buying this scope and the Celestron 100mm FD Regal so I bought both. The Vortex has been highly regarded and cost more than 2 times the price of the Celestron so I was expecting its performance to be significantly better than the Vortex.In a nutshell I was extremely disappointed...
Poor Focus Past 30x