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    Default Advice on mount for 20x80 binocular.



    Hello,
    I bought a 20x80 binocular (celestron skymaster Pro with a central bar) and I like know your opinión on a good mount for this binoculars,

    Thank you in advance.
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    Default Re: Advice on mount for 20x80 binocular.

    There are many plans online for mounts if you like to build things and the last link is for one if you want to buy it.
    https://www.instructables.com/id/Bin...elogram-mount/
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    Default Re: Advice on mount for 20x80 binocular.

    I bought this tripod for my 20x80 binos which I got a few months ago and am extremely happy with it - it's quite versatile

    https://www.celestron.com/products/trailseeker-tripod

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