Binoculars seem like a simple product. It helps you to bring objects closer. Actually very simple, but the specifications and features can be very different. There are binoculars for hunting, bird watching and on the water. Depending on your goal, you choose the right binoculars.
Featured: Nikon ProStaff 7s 10x42
Especially made for birders and other nature lovers
Nikon has provided the Prostaff 7s with a new design. And that is reflected in both the style and the functionality. A brand new optical system is being used. This system is specially developed for the Prostaff 7s series and ensures sharp images of particularly good quality. The water resistant and mist-free binocular features an improved grip and is therefore it is even easier to operate in all weather conditions. The Nikon Prostaff 7s is especially made for birders and other nature lovers. The rubber upholstery ensures a high shock resistance and a firm, comfortable grip.
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Binoculars are available in various types and sizes. You can divide them in porro- and roof prism binoculars. The difference lies in the positioning of the lenses and prisms. Porro binoculars have a wider housing, but generally gives a better picture. In roof prism binoculars the placement of prisms requires extreme precision. This makes you look straight through the binoculars. Therefore they are more compact than Porro binoculars.
Each pair of binoculars is indicated by a pair of numbers, for example, 8x50. The first number represents the magnification, the object is eight times closer. The second number relates to the diameter of the lens in millimeters. The larger the number, the more light falls through the lens. Larger lenses are used in low light conditions. However, the larger the magnification, the narrower the field of view. The difference in price range is determined inter alia by the lens quality. The more expensive binoculars are additionally provided with nitrogen to prevent condensation.
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