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10mm to 70mm

Garrett Signature HD-WP 10x50 Binoculars

Posted by Joel Nadel 09/05/2008 12:00AM

Rolls Royce quality optics and construction at a Chevy price

Vortex 8.5x32 Spitfire

Posted by david elosser 03/26/2007 12:00AM

Vortex 8.5x32 Spitfire

A nice pair of compact binoculars but not without its faults.

A Top Binocular at a Low Price

Posted by Kimball Corson 12/01/2006 12:00AM

Want a top quality 15x51 binocular at a reasonable price that is very hand-holdable, light weight, sharp, bright, contrasty and mechanically and optically very solid? Look no further.

Pentax Papilio

Posted by Jef Spalding 06/25/2006 12:00AM

Pentax Papilio

Quite Possibly the Best Mini Binocular Avaliable?

Celestron UpClose 7x35 Binoculars on the Battlefield and the Home Front

Posted by Lee Spain 03/05/2006 12:00AM

Celestron UpClose 7x35 Binoculars on the Battlefield and the Home Front

Celestron's entry-level Upclose 7x35 wide-angle porro prisms are taken out for a day and night of field testing. Will these $30 binoculars be worthwhile for astronomy?

Image Stabilizer on a Budget: Canon 10x30 IS Binoculars

Posted by Cameron Chen 09/25/2005 12:00AM

I've always been a proponent of binocular astronomy. I remember my first pair of binoculars that my Dad bought me as a present for my seventh birthday, an old pair of 12x50s from the military disposals shop. It got me hooked into the hobby. Over the years I have obtained a number of pairs, ranging from the incredibly trashy to the marginally sharp. All of them needed tripod mounting to work well and while I duly provided them with that, I always wanted something light enough to take with me on hiking trips and overseas, something that didn't require a tripod and would be a good all-purpose performer.

Meade 9X63mm Roof Prism Binoculars

Posted by Blair Slayton 10/25/2004 12:00AM

Meade 9X63mm Roof Prism Binoculars

My inexpensive “GOTO” system