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Bird Watching Binoculars

Birdwatching binoculars are usually very compact with the objective lens diameter rarely bigger than 42mm. Birdwatching usually takes place in daytime and bigger, bright binoculars have no added value. Resolution and absence of optical errors is thus far more important. Many ornithologists also prefer higher magnifications, so 10x magnification is the preferred choice for many. Quality of the focusing mechanism is also one of the more important properties for ornithological use of binoculars. Summary of the most common properties of binoculars for birdwatching is given below:

  • 8x or 10x magnification
  • Objective lens diameter smaller than 42mm
  • Central focusing
  • Roof prism design
  • Small mass and size

 

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Nikon Monarch 7 8x30

($344.83)
$341.10

Nikon Monarch 7 10x30

($363.02)
$359.10

Nikon Prostaff 7s 8x30

($181.06)
$179.10

Nikon Prostaff 7s 10x30

($199.25)
$197.10

Nikon E II 8x30

($635.98)
$629.10

Nikon High Grade Light 8x32 DCF

($1,099.99)
$1,088.10

Nikon High Grade Light 10x32 DCF

($1,200.07)
$1,187.10

Kowa BD 8x32

($450.37)
$445.50

Kowa BD 10x32

($472.20)
$467.10

Kowa SV 8x32

($208.35)
$206.10

Kowa SV 10x32

($217.45)
$215.10
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