Ideal for birdwatching, these stylish high quality, rubber armoured, modern open-hinge models combine light weight with excellent optical performance. Feature...... more
Ideal for birdwatching, these stylish high quality, rubber armoured, modern open-hinge models combine light weight with excellent optical performance. Feature high-index BaK-4 prisms and fully broadband multi-coated optics. O-ring sealed and nitrogen filled for waterproof, fog-free performance. Features an advanced patented click-lock dioptric adjustment integrated in the focusing wheel. Twist-up eyecups for spectacle wearers. Eye relief is 18mm and 15mm respectively (8x42 & 10x42 models). Supplied with neckstrap and case. Colour/Material: Black Rubber
A versatile range of high quality O-ring sealed waterproof models with robust aluminium alloy frames. All models in the range, with their broadband multi-coated...... more
A versatile range of high quality O-ring sealed waterproof models with robust aluminium alloy frames. All models in the range, with their broadband multi-coated optics and high quality BaK-4 prisms, deliver excellent optical performance. Nitrogen-filled for fog-free protection. Feature twist-up eyecups for ease-of-use and are suitable for spectacle wearers. Exceptional near-focus performance. Integral tripod bush. A good choice for birdwatching. Supplied with neckstrap and case. Colour/Material: Black Rubber.
Top quality robust, rubber-armoured centre-focus porro prism binoculars. The modern, ergonomic, slimline design provides excellent handling and user comfort....... more
Top quality robust, rubber-armoured centre-focus porro prism binoculars. The modern, ergonomic, slimline design provides excellent handling and user comfort. Optical performance is excellent, using high-quality Bak-4 prisms and multi-coatings on every lens surface for superlative light transmission, contrast and resolution. These waterproof binoculars are O-ring sealed and nitrogen filled for fog-free protection. An excellent choice for birdwatching. All models feature long 19mm eye relief and twist-up eyecups for spectacle wearers. Close-Focus from 3 metres (8x42 model). Tripod adaptor bush. Supplied with neck strap and soft case. Colour/Material: Black Rubber. Specification 10x42 Magnification 10x Object Lens Diameter 42mm Field of view 6° Length 147mm Weight 925g Nearest Focus Distance 5m
Advantages: Priceand features Disadvantages: No flash on the camera and POOR Battery Life
.... I was offered the Sony Ericsson Cedar, but after a quick look at it on the internet, I decided it wasn't what I was after, and was hardly an upgrade on what I already had, and so I decided to try a Samsung Galaxy as that is the phone my brother has (and loves!). At my request for the Galaxy, the sales rep from 3 mobile then said that there was a Sony Experia X8 available at a special offer of just...
Advantages: Image adjustments to give great view, waterproof, adjustable eye-relief Disadvantages: fixed magnification, average build and design quality
...Binoculars are mainly used by bird watchers as to get a closer look at them. Many people also use binoculars for occasions such as holidays where they travel to destinations of natural beauty. Using a binocular enables them to see the scenic beauty from a better and closer perspective. The Olympus 8X25 WPI is labeled professional, but can obviously be used by everyday and ordinary people...
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Review of Olympus 8X25 WP I
Advantages: Clear pictures, water proof, fog proof, mold proof, Light weight Disadvantages: May take a while to get used to using
...Olympus 8X25 WP I were very good binoculars so I thought that I would buy them. The camping trip turned out disastrous thanks to terrible rain. Apparently it was the worst rain of the year and we were camping in it. This was my first introduction to camping and I'm not sure if I am keen to try it again. Maybe one day once I have gotten over the first camping trip. However, the binoculars I bought saved...