This second sample has significant coma like the first. I would describe it as usable on terrestrial targets, but the coma counts it out for astro use. Too bad, the color correction is very good, glass is very clean and well-coated, and there are no other issues.
The view through the prism cluster with the ocular removed does not appear square to the objective--exactly like the first sample, presumably giving rise to the coma. Not sure if this is inherent or coincidence. No obvious way to adjust the prism cluster as you can with binos.
The objective cell and prism housing appear to be glued in place, not obviously removable. The objective lens is installed in the front with a retaining ring, removal would certainly void the warranty, but it gives rise to the question: if the objective lens alone was good, would it be worth $569?
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