It looks like you are using an ad blocker. That's okay. Who doesn't? But without advertising revenue, we can't keep making this site awesome. Click the link below for instructions on disabling adblock.
I'm trying to decide what the best binding would be for me. I'm pretty convinced I am going to go with a marker binding, but the real question is which one. Trying to go light yet still be durable. Out of either f10, f12, baron, or duke, which one would be good for me. I'm an expert skier, ski at a din of 9-10, 160 and 5'10". I will mostly be doing resort skiing, side country, and backcountry. I love to ski deep pow, steeps, and pillow lines. I will be fitting these on some type of wide pow ski too. Thanks for the recommendations!
The Dukes are ok. Both the Dukes and Guardians have drawbacks which have been discussed extensively on here. I don't see weight as a big issue. Either way, you are hiking with a framed, 2.5 kg+ set of binders.
As for Dynafiddles, OP said he would be doing mostly resort skiing. While I am a huge fan of my Radicals and do take them on occasional lift serve days, I would not recommend them for someone looking for a 'do-it-all' ski setup. Tech binders are more specialised and do not have elastic release. They are not designed for the volume of runs that repeated lift days produces. This has been documented before. OP would also need to buy new boots as well.