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Binoculars Anonymous 02/20/14(Thu)00:48 UTC+1 No.273272 Report

I am looking for some cheap binoculars that are lightweight to take backpacking with me. I don't want ones that are walmart-tier, but I also don't want to be spending a couple hundred dollars on a pair either. Anybody have any suggestions for decent, lightweight binoculars that don't cost very much? I am not trying to spot a gnat from a mile away - just want to be able to make out a deer or something from across a valley.
Anonymous 02/20/14(Thu)00:56 UTC+1 No.273277 Report

bushnell. you can get $20 lightweights or $1000 crazies. they have everything and they're a trusted brand
Anonymous 02/20/14(Thu)01:39 UTC+1 No.273304 Report

got a nice set of 15x 50 nocs for $20 on sale at K-Mart.
I don't think they knew what they had,
Anonymous 02/20/14(Thu)01:46 UTC+1 No.273307 Report

bushnells you mean right? i have the same one but like a 15yr old version. triffic stuff, and easy. the only complaint i have with mine is my eyes are too close together and i just don't align perfectly ( oo )
Anonymous 02/20/14(Thu)02:05 UTC+1 No.273325 Report

I must correct myself. It was the 16x 32's I got for $20.
The 50's are vari-power 7-18x I got from Goodwill but the right side is gassed out. Still breddy guuud though.
Anonymous 02/20/14(Thu)02:15 UTC+1 No.273329 Report

Anonymous 02/20/14(Thu)02:18 UTC+1 No.273331 Report

These are great from 20- 1500 yds. Love em
Anonymous 02/20/14(Thu)02:22 UTC+1 No.273333 Report

i don't get the specs... i just pulled my old bushnell's out and they're apparently 7-13x35

Anonymous 02/20/14(Thu)02:23 UTC+1 No.273335 Report

woops i mean 7-15x35
Anonymous 02/20/14(Thu)02:29 UTC+1 No.273337 Report

Anonymous 02/20/14(Thu)02:31 UTC+1 No.273338 Report

they zoom from seven magnifications to 15, and have 35mm objective lenses (the ones on the front)
Anonymous 02/20/14(Thu)02:34 UTC+1 No.273340 Report

7 - 15 is the magnification of the nocs. They're variable power so you can adjust for field of view vs detail.
The 35 is the radius of the outside lens.... bigger lens generally means better, brighter view
Anonymous 02/20/14(Thu)02:37 UTC+1 No.273341 Report

oh... well thanks guise! so the 7 means that's all the way zoomed-out then. good to know... umma read up on this s'more
Anonymous 02/21/14(Fri)19:40 UTC+1 No.274276 Report

What do you guys think of these then?

Bushnell 138005 H2O 8x25mm
>waterproof: o-ring sealed and nitrogen purged
I primarily want them for bird watching and spying on others for fun. Also, some light gazing of the night sky. Waterproof is good as I always seem to find myself in ponds.

Are they worth it for £30? Bare in mind I have that £30 in Amazon vouchers, so if you have any slightly more pricey recommendations, I can consider.
Anonymous 02/21/14(Fri)21:40 UTC+1 No.274342 Report

got a pair of bushnall 8x42's years ago,bloody good
Anonymous 02/22/14(Sat)07:18 UTC+1 No.274518 Report

Hey dude, take a worse picture please. Fuck can you at least type out the name or some shit so we know what the fuck we're looking at?
Anonymous 02/22/14(Sat)14:48 UTC+1 No.274593 Report

wow, so mad.
Pics taken off my tablet in not-so-great lighting.
If you can't make out "Bushnell" >>273331 and >>273329 "16x 32" then you have bigger problems then just being a complaining bitch.
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