July 11, 2016
Binoculars are a handy optical tool to have in your arsenal. While they may not be "photographic" as such, they share an optical heritage and pedigree. From compact designs to large magnification spotting scopes, there is a product for everyone. But how to choose a pair or scope that suits you? We take you through what all those numbers and acronyms mean.
As an example product, we will look at the ProMaster Infinity ELX ED 10x42 Binoculars (RRP $649, as of 24 Oct 2014).
It is also best to look for coated optics to ensure your glass stays free of dust and ensures high light transmission.Questions? Comments
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Quoted prices correct as of 24 October 2014. Prices are subject to change.
Special cutaway Leica Binoculars (see them in-store at our Leica Boutique)
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