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Steiner Wildlife Pro - Binoculars: Reviews

Steiner Wildlife Pro - Binoculars: Reviews

The Pro's aircraft-grade aluminum housing was unfazed by snow and a stream dunk. And the slick "fast, close" focusing system makes it easier to find—and follow—your subject. 8.5x26; steiner...

Minox Macroscope - Binoculars: Reviews

Minox Macroscope - Binoculars: Reviews

If you're more likely to be looking at distant couloirs than shorebirds, this featherweight (5.3-ounce) monocular does the trick. It comes with a tripod mount and, like its two-tubed cousins, has a...

Carson XM-HD - Binoculars: Reviews

Carson XM-HD - Binoculars: Reviews

All you need to know: Thanks to a proprietary lens coating, the XM-HD delivers images as sharp and crisp as binocs twice the price. 8x42; carson-optical.com

Minox HG 8x33 BR - Binoculars: Reviews

Minox HG 8x33 BR - Binoculars: Reviews

The HG stands for "high grade," and testers agreed it's worthy of the acronym (and price). Not only are they the most comfortable binocs to hold; the HG consistently dished up brighter and crisper...

Vortex Fury - Binoculars: Reviews

Vortex Fury - Binoculars: Reviews

These pocket-size compacts deliver impressive optical performance for such a small package. Serious birders might want more power and clarity, but amateurs won't be disappointed—or burdened (...

Bushnell Legend - Binoculars: Reviews

Bushnell Legend - Binoculars: Reviews

This updated classic has multi-position eyecups that fit well with glasses or without, ergonomic thumb grooves, and excellent clarity in all light. 10x42; bushnell.com

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