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The history of PZO - or „Polish people have also something to boast of...” part I

The history of PZO - or „Polish people have also something to boast of...” part I

We’ve already featured series of articles describing the history of such companies as Canon, Leica, Nikon, Olympus and Sony (available only in Polish on Optyczne.pl). Many people have been asking us afterwards to publish next parts, with the history of others foreign optics producers.

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Interview with Steiner Germany representatives

Interview with Steiner Germany representatives

Adrian Warwas - Head of Export Non Hunting Channels Question: Let\'s start with some history. When and how did the Steiner binoculars\' history start? When were the first models launched and what were their parameters? Answer: The pioneer Karl Steiner established the STEINER-Optik GmbH STEINER 1947 in Bayreuth.

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Colour rendering in binoculars and lenses

Colour rendering in binoculars and lenses

While discussing our tests we’ve met several times with controversial statements about the colour rendering different binoculars or lenses offer. More particularly these doubts concerned why we assess the white rendering of older Russian, Polish, Romanian and Czech products so low, including also the binoculars which were produced by Zeiss in Jena.

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Interview with Alpen Optics representatives

Interview with Alpen Optics representatives

Left: Arkadiusz Olech (Editor-in-chief: Allbinos.com/Optyczne.pl). Right: Anthony Proper (Alpen Optics Vice President of Sales) Question: How the history of Alpen Optics binoculars has begun? When the first Alpen binoculars have appeared on the market and what parameters they had? Answer: Alpen Optics was established in December of 1996.

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How do we test binoculars?

How do we test binoculars?

Binoculars tests, published on Optyczne.pl/Allbinos.com are conducted by a group of great optics enthusiasts with a lot of experience under their belts. We’ve handled about 500 pairs of binoculars so far plus several dozen of spotting scopes, telescopes, many eyepieces and plenty of other optical devices as well.

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All you want to know about binoculars but you are ashamed of asking

All you want to know about binoculars but you are ashamed of asking

Apparently binoculars seems to be a poor optical instrument. Any average astronomical telescope can gain higher magnification and thanks to a big lens is able to gather more light. Fortunately, considering binoculars, magnification is not the most important thing.

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Porro or Roof? That is the question!

Porro or Roof? That is the question!

A binoculars consist of three main optical parts: front lenses, prisms and eyepieces (oculars). Lenses conduce to gather as much light as possible. Eyepieces are essential to magnify the image and direct it into our eyes as a parallel light beam.

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How to choose low light conditions binoculars?

How to choose low light conditions binoculars?

Most trappers asked for the typical and classic binoculars destined for night-hunting will point at model with 8x56 lens so equipment with 56 mm objective diameter and 8x magnification. Others will probably add 7x50 and 9x63 and that’s the end of suggestions.

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