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Bird Watching Tips

2017.04.19 05:18

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By following the below listed procedures for cleaning your binoculars you will gain many years of up-close optic viewing with very little effort and or materials. Higher magnification binoculars (9 to 12) have relatively lower field of views - lower 300 feet range. It also alleviates fatigue from raising and lowering your binoculars repeatedly. A handy tip is to use binoculars to look at your roof and chimney periodically - this will save you having to go up and down ladders.

Prices can range from $20 to $2,000 or higher, and the general rule of thumb is to purchase the most expensive pair that fits within your budget It is best to try several pairs of binoculars at a nature store, sporting goods outlet or other retailer to see what features are available at what prices.

You may discover it is advantageous to get other accessories such as a case, tripod, or mount for your binoculars. Note: This page is about cleaning the mechanics of the binoculars to remove dirt, old grease, and maintain the binoculars so they operate freely and smoothly again.

Cheaper Binoculars do not have the coatings as better models and this can account for the wild variation in prices. Leica have absolutely excelled themselves with the Ultravid's, which are a great improvement on the original Trinovid series, to produce absolutely superb binoculars with exceptional optical resolution and contrast.

If you'd like to get an idea of what binoculars we carry in our store, see Our Binocular Selection We have one of the best-stocked bino cases in the Bay Area, including models from Nikon, Swarovski, Eagle Optics, Vortex, Opticron, Zeiss, Celestron, Vanguard, and Carson.

Most manufacturers call this thing a rain guard." Think of it as a food guard," because rain won't hurt your binoculars nearly as much as food will. The magnifying power of the binoculars is referred as 7X or 8X which means the object will be magnified 7 or 8 times of its original size.

While most of the good binoculars (especially those recommended here on Epic Wilderness) are fog proof and waterproof as the inner side of the binoculars are purged with anti-fog gasses, there is still possibilities that fogs might form on the glass surfaces if the binocular is stored in areas with high fluctuation in temperature over a prolonged period.