Advantages: Clear pictures, water proof, fog proof, mold proof, Light weight Disadvantages: May take a while to get used to using
...offers high performance, is compact, simple to use, water-proof, fog-proof and dirt-proof for visual performance. As far as the price goes £74 I don't think you would get much better. If you want a pair of binoculars that will be strong enough to endure extreme conditions then these are the ones.
The Olympus 8X25 WP I come in two magnifications, either 8x25 or 10x25 and blends wonderful visual...
Advantages: Quality construction and high specification Disadvantages: Battery life could be better. Optical viewfinder only shows 85% of actual picture.
...viewfinder on the back, doubling as a viewing screen for existing pictures. However, that doesn?t stop the Fuji Finepix X10 looking a tad old-fashioned (in my mind, a good thing, especially in 10 years time when all of today?s styled offerings will look dated) and being technologically up-to-date at the same time.
Hints of a bygone era include a ?Fujinon Lens? logo looking not unlike the old Zeiss Ikon...
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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