Leupold BX-1 Yosemite Binocula
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Description du produit
Leupold BX-1 Yosemite Binoculars. 6x30mm Center Focus. Field of view: 420 ft. @1,000 yds. Porro Prism. Wider Interpupillary distance range - opens wide enough for use by adults and closes close enough for comfortable use by children. Generous eye relief and a large exit pupil allows for comfortable use, with or without eyeglasses. Close focus distance suitable for naturalist activities. Natural color armored construction. Nitrogen filled. 100% waterproof. Black nylon storage pouch with shoulder/neck strap.
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I like having a wide field of view so I can scan large areas easily; I don't need to identify targets at 800 yards. If you're looking for a long-range hunting or surveillance binocular, this isn't your choice, but for everyday wildlife viewing and hiking, you just can't beat these. The padded neck strap that comes with them makes them practically weightless when worn while hiking. The image is crystal clear, it's like putting a 4K TV up to your face. If you scan side to side, you will notice some minor image distortion around the extreme edges, but that can't be avoided.
My dad is a lifelong birdwatcher and someone asked him if you could get decent birdwatching binoculars for under $100, and he said no. He hasn't seen these yet. For the money, this is the highest quality glass I've seen. Add to it the rugged exterior and the fact it's waterproof, there's really no reason you shouldn't buy these.
Note: my eyes are pretty wide-set. I always have to crank the angle all the way out on every pair of binoculars I've used, and these are no exception, but they fit at that widest setting. If you have VERY wide-set eyes, you may have difficulty with these.
lightweight for ease of wearing all day. I recommend a racer back type harness for wearing em on your chest.
I got the 6x30 for wide FOV when looking across mountains for elk and sheep.
these are great for locating animals but not enough power for close inspection of a particular animal thats hundreds/thousands of yards away. for that you'll need a spotting scope.
so far they seem rugged and I like caps.
I'll report back with more later