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Hawke Frontier ED X 8x42 - binoculars' review

2020-06-10 09:52:05
Hawke Frontier ED X 8x42 - binoculars' review

The Frontier series, produced by the UK Hawke company, is divided into two lines: the cheaper Frontier HD X and the more expensive Frontier ED X. Both of them feature 8x32, 10x32, 8x42 and 10x42 models which come in two rubber armour versions, either gray or green.

Bushnell Nitro 10x36 - binoculars' review

2020-05-13 10:07:53
Bushnell Nitro 10x36 - binoculars' review

In 2018 Bushnell company remade completely their line-up of binculars and the Nitro series was one of the novelties, presented at that time. It comprised of three roof prism models with the following parameters: 10x25, 10x42, 10x36 and 10x42.

Vortex Razor UHD 10x42 - binoculars' review

2020-04-25 10:20:33
Vortex Razor UHD 10x42 - binoculars' review

In 2019 Vortex took a very brave step and decided to attack the position of the biggest market players by launching the Razor UHD line which models are at a price point of 2000 USD.

Fujinon TechnoStabi 16x28 – first impressions

2020-02-25 11:33:32
Fujinon TechnoStabi 16x28 – first impressions

Please enjoy reading our first impressions on newly introduced stabilized Fujinon TechnoStabi 16x28 binoculars.

Vortex Diamondback 10x42 - binoculars' review

2020-02-10 10:03:03
Vortex Diamondback 10x42 - binoculars' review

The Vortex Diamondback series in current shape was launched in 2016. It consists of as many as eight models with the following parameters: 8x28, 10x28, 8x32, 10x32, 8x42, 10x42, 10x50 and 12x50. All of them are roof prism Schmidt-Pechan devices with dielectric coatings.

Bushnell Engage 8x42 - binoculars' review

2019-12-01 18:37:44
Bushnell Engage 8x42 - binoculars' review

In 2018 Bushnell company remade completely their line-up of binculars and the Engage series was one of the novelties, presented at that time. It comprised of four roof prism models with the following parameters: 8x42, 10x42, 10x50 and 12x50.

Kowa BDII-XD binoculars hands-on

2019-10-28 08:40:23
Kowa BDII-XD binoculars hands-on

In the middle of 2019 Kowa announced that in the fall a new BDII-XD series would hit the shelves, this time without the 'Prominar' word in the name. They also decided to change the number of models and some parameters – this time the new series would consist of: 6.5x32, 8x32, 10x32, 8x42, and 10x42 devices.

Vortex Razor HD 10x42 - binoculars' review

2019-10-22 09:21:45
Vortex Razor HD 10x42 - binoculars' review

The Vortex Razor HD series was launched on the market in 2012 and not so long ago it represented the high-end, flagship line of that American producer. In 2019 it was suplemented by Razor UHD models but it remained in their product range.

Steiner Observer 8x56 - binoculars' review

2019-10-09 08:23:44
Steiner Observer 8x56 - binoculars' review

The Steiner Observer series consists of three roof prism models with the following parameters: 8×42, 10×42 and 8×56. In their optical construction the producers used Schmidt-Pechan system prisms but they don't inform precisely what coatings you can find on prisms and elements. We are given just a vague 'High-Contrast-Optics' term which is supposed to suggest high quality of coatings.

Vortex Viper HD 10x42 - binoculars' review

2019-09-21 20:59:25
Vortex Viper HD 10x42 - binoculars' review

Year 2018 brought another change – the binoculars were given a completely new optical constructions and the number of models in that particular line-up decreased to four devices with the following parameters: 8×42, 10×42, 10×50 and 12×50.

Bushnell Prime 8x32 - binoculars' review

2019-08-31 09:17:35
Bushnell Prime 8x32 - binoculars' review

In 2018 the Bushnell company remade their binoculars line-up completely and the Prime series became one of the cheapest presented at that time. It consists of six models with the following parameters: 10×25, 10×28, 8×32, 8×42, 10×42 and12×50.

Olympus 10x42 PRO - binoculars' review

2019-07-16 08:34:44
Olympus 10x42 PRO - binoculars' review

The Olympus company made us wait for their binoculars launches in the class of objectives bigger than 30 mm quite a long time. All fans of Olympus equipment finally had a reason to be happy when, by the end of October 2018, the company showed two new PRO models, the 8x42 and the 10x42.

Bushnell Forge 8x42 - binoculars' review

2019-07-04 08:02:48
Bushnell Forge 8x42 - binoculars' review

In 2018 the Bushnell company remade their binoculars line-up completely and the Forge series was one of the novelties, presented at that time. It consisted of four roof prism models with the following parameters: 10x30, 8x42, 10x42 and 15x56.

Blaser Primus 8x56 - binoculars' review

2019-06-24 09:03:06
Blaser Primus 8x56 - binoculars' review

In 2017 the German Blaser company, so far known for production of hunting firearms, decided to enter the optics market. They presented four new roof prism binoculars with the following parameters: 8x30, 8x42, 10x42 and 8x56. Their prices and very solid, stylish looks suggested they might belong to the premium segment of the market.

Steiner Wildlife 10x42 - binoculars' review

2019-05-24 10:40:36
Steiner Wildlife 10x42 - binoculars' review

Even a dozen or so years ago the Steiner line-up was dominated by high quality Porro devices. Lately, though, the number of roof prism models similarly priced than their Porro equivalents has been increasing. At the beginning of 2018 that group was additionally enlarged by the Wildlife 8x42 and 10x42 models but you shouldn't mix them with the Wildlife XP series, featuring binoculars optically better but also significantly more expensive.

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