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Better Birder Buddy Binoculars

with built-in laser pointer
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This is not a range-finding laser but one that displays a visible dot to show where you’re looking:
“Wow, check out that Prothonotary warbler, a rare specimen. See my red dot? Wait I see yours – move it up to the left. Whoops I blinded him. He’s lying below on the ground now.”
FarmerJohn, May 15 2004

and I thought you made it up, you twitcher, you... http://www.mbr-pwrc...ramlst/i6370id.html
[po, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

Lasernocular (2/3 the way down the page) http://www.geocitie.../Tokyo/Harbor/2308/
Binoculars, laser pointer and 'Sticky Tack' [benjamin, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

Green laser for pointing to the stars http://www.telescop...RODUCT&itemID=37981
[ldischler, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       It's a pity there couldn't be an equivalent for binocular astronomy.   

       "Look at that group of stars!"
"Which one?"
"Just above all those other stars, and left a bit..."
Detly, May 15 2004

       I thought that too, and was surprised to find that there is. I'll see if I can find a link...
ldischler, May 15 2004

       Probably green dot bat watching.
FarmerJohn, May 16 2004

       Doctor come down to the veterinarian office quick!!! There has been a rash, nay, an epidemic of blinded reticulated woodpeckers!!!
r_kreher, May 07 2008

       I'm told they tried laser pointer sights on spearguns, but they scared the fish off.
normzone, May 07 2008


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