Reviews and Problems with Bushnell Legend Ultra HD 10 x 36
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Rick O, B&H Photo
12 February 2014
Excerpt: Wanted an upgrade from my compact Bushnell Trophy 10x25's purchased some time ago. After much online research, settled on these Bushnell midsized 10x36's.Considered the comparable Nikon binoculars as I own and am a big fan of Nikon cameras for more than 30 years, but the Bushnells seemed to have better specs.Little things like ED glass, built in tripod mount, magnesium chassis, locking diopter, all played a part in my decision.
Pros: Easy to Use, Good in Low Light, Small / Compact
Excerpt: I use these binoculars for daily bird watching as well as hunting. I believe they are the best product available in their price range. Very bright and no fuzzy edges. The focus adjustment could be a little stiffer and not so easy to turn. I would recommend them to others.
Pros: Close Focus, Compact, Quality Lenses, Strong Construction, Waterproof, Works Well With Glasses
Excerpt: Brighter and clearer than I expected. I have 2 sets of Swarovski's (7x30 and 7x42). Wanted a binocular as light as the 7x30's and with more magnification than the 7x42's but not at Swarovski price. They fit the bill perfectly. Can't comment yet on the waterproofness or the rainguard but expect both to perform as advertised.
Excerpt: I was looking for a 10x32 companion to my Vortex Viper 8x32 (my favorite every day binocular). First I tried a Viper 10x32, but, to my surprise, was disappointed in the clarity of the image. Then I tried several other 10x32's - but none seemed to be anywhere near the equal of the Viper 8x32.