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Steiner binoculars - Nighthunter XP

April 14, 2011 | Binoculars

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The new 2011 Nighthunter XP binoculars from Steiner offer the brightest array of HD glass ever put into a roof-prism Steiner binocular. Available in 4 full-size models, two 42mm and two 56mm, the Nighthunter XP brings your subject closer as well as making the images appear considerably brighter with more contrast and natural HD color than most human eyes have ever seen. The optics in the binoculars will let you start hunting earlier and stay in the field later. In addition, Steiner hard coated NANO-Protection hydrophobic lens coating also helps you see more in rain, sleet or snow.

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Eschenbach binoculars - new Regatta 8 x 42

September 1, 2009 | Binoculars

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The latest Eschenbach binoculars, the new Regatta 8 x 42 B marry latest design with functionality, offering design enthusiasts highly aesthetic and practical binoculars. Eschenbach incorporated the very highest quality optics, the NatureBright multi-coating, phase-corrected prisms and lightweight, waterproof magnesium body, making the Regatta 8 x 42 B ideal for sailing, hunting and other not so cozy outside activities. Recognized by their exceptional features, these Eschenbach binoculars were awarded iF Design Award 2009. Waterproof and nitrogen-filled, Regatta offers optimum vision in any situation and the single-section protective lens caps and robust neoprene case meet the demands of those who expect nothing less than top class performance from their binoculars whatever the weather. Special eyepieces for spectacle wearers and a tripod thread allow comfortable viewing for lengthier periods with and without either glasses or sunglasses. A special adapter enables the Regatta to be attached to any conventional tripod. Eschenbach designed the compact and closed housing to protect binoculars optical components and provide a good, secure grip when held. The elastic trim around the front protects the lenses, reduces glare and offers a generous view of the target and the horizon beyond. The light colouring and contrasting dark, functional components lend the binoculars a modern, professional appearance. Comes with 10 year warranty. Price for these Eschenbach binoculars is £500.

Hunting binoculars - MINOX Snow Hunter

July 28, 2009 | Binoculars

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Designed to withstand temperatures ranging from -22°F up to 140°F (-30°C up to 60°C), the powerful BV hunting binoculars from MINOX will give you a clear sight under the most extreme conditions. With the hardened aluminum body and one of the toughest internal optical system available, these MINOX hunting binoculars are finished in the Realtree Hardwoods Snow camouflage, featuring the shockproof non-slip rubber armor which protects the precision optics while ensuring a firm grip. An innovative sealing technology on the inside protects the new BV binoculars against dust and water up to a pressure of 0.5 bar and a water depth of 5 meters. MINOX uses nitrogen gas filling for fog prevention and ultimate protection against corrosion under any weather conditions. Perfect for hunting, both BV 8x42 BR and BV 10x42 BR Snow Hunter binoculars come with the state-of-the-art optics, assuring exceptional viewing enjoyment. Their multi coated lens elements minimize glare and reflections, and provide an unusually high light transmission together neutral color rendition. The roof prisms with a phase correction coating give excellent detail rendition and high contrast, even in dim light. The BV hunting binoculars are available with an 8x or a 10x magnification. Come with a neoprene strap and an ever-ready case. You can buy BV 8x42 BR Snow Hunter for around $320 USD while BV 10x42 BR sells for just $10 more. MINOX. Also, MINOX Porro prism binoculars.

MINOX binoculars - Porro prism binoculars

July 24, 2009 | Binoculars

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The compact MINOX binoculars, the BD 8x44 BP and BD 10x44 BP now offer enhanced three-dimensional imaging and expectational light transmission of 94.5%, making them a must-have for the true nature enthusiasts. These Porro prism binoculars offer higher light transmission, since less light gets lost in the light path due to reflection. What is more, MINOX managed to miniaturise its design, creating very lightweight and compact Porro binoculars.

Thanks to the increased objective lens spacing and Porro prisms, these MINOX binoculars provide you with a 3D-effect of the object in view, allowing you to exactly estimate the position and distance of the objects in the field of view - a priceless quality for hunters and water sports practitioners. The short and compact design offers clear-cut advantages in handling, particularly when every second counts. Another advantage is the large focusing wheel also used for diopter adjustments. Once adjusted to your eye, the correction is stored and protected against any unintentional resetting.

Finally, these MINOX Porro prism binoculars come with an innovative sealing technology. The BD 8x44 BP is protected against the penetration of water at a pressure of up to 0.5 bar or, comparatively, at a water depth of five meters. Argon gas filling also protects the inner glass-air surfaces against corrosion, fogging and even extreme temperature fluctuations. Price for these MINOX binoculars with Porro prism is 350 €. MINOX. Previously, MINOX Windwatch Pro II Weather Meter.

Celestron VistaPix 8x22 Binoculars

March 14, 2007 | Binoculars

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View and save the sites of the great outdoors with Celestron VistaPix 8x22 Binoculars. VistaPix is a powerful set of binoculars for clear, sharp views of the outdoors and a versatile digital camera, all in one! The VistaPix includes sound enabled video capture, a built-in FM radio, a removable 8x telephoto lens, a 1.5-inch color LCD screen and 3 megapixel resolution. The 8x22 binoculars also features up to 3 minutes of continuous video capture and a 6x digital zoom. The VistaPix 8x22 Binoculars retails for $251.95. Celestron.

I'm seeing stars with the SkyScout from Celestron

January 4, 2006 | Binoculars

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Everyone knows where the big dipper and little dipper are but what about all the other beautiful shiny gases in the sky? With the Celestron SkyScout you can identify and/or locate any celestial object visible to the naked eye and learn some entertaining information both in text and audio. One of SkyScout's unique features includes a “Tonight’s Must-See List” which when turned on will tell the user the 10 coolest things to look at in the sky that night, using internal GPS to automatically customize it to where that particular user is located. Purchase Includes software, USB connectivity, and SD slot expandability. One of a kind. No price set yet.

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meade digital camera binoculars

November 30, 2005 | Binoculars

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With these Meade digital camera binoculars you can zoom into your favorite views and then save them. These binocular features an 8x optical lens, 32mb of built-in memory which stores up to 140 images or 90 seconds of video, and a black rubber design with metallic trim.
They are also waterproof, require two aaa 1.5V batteries, and come with a one-year limited warranty. Great for sight seers, nature enthusiasts, and travelers who want to get the best shot.

Military Zoom Binoculars

October 21, 2005 | Binoculars

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These Military Zoom Binoculars, $137, are apparently the most powerful binoculars ever made for personal use, and can see the whites of a bird’s eye from over 500 yards away. An object 5 miles away will seem close enough to touch when viewed. This pair of binoculars magnifies between 20 and 140 times closer, with 70 times more light coming into its 70mm lens. Great for star gazing, spying, bird watching etc.

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Celestron VistaPix Digital Camera Binoculars

June 23, 2005 | Binoculars

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Imagine you are bird watching somewhere in the Andes mountains and from far away you spot a parrot from that flys down to the canopy below to rest. You would really like to take a picture of this bird but could never zoom close enough from where you stand. For 200$ Celestron's VistaPix solves this problem as it captures images at the same magnification level as seen through the binoculars. Now you can spot that Parrot and snap away!

Celestron Vistapix

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