Reviews and Problems with Leica 10 x 32 Ultravid HD
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Best in class
Daleeman, B&H Photo
26 April 2012
Excerpt: Just got these for my wife, a bird watcher and she is amazed at how wonderful these are. She had been using a pair of 8x50 Leica binos (and they are great!) but the smaller lighter style of these 32mm ones hit the mark. They are so bright you have to really look to find a difference between these 32mm and the 50mm, until it gets real dark outside.
Excerpt: Great pair of binoculars,crystal clear like looking threw air,quality strap included no reason to buy another one,wish it came with a leather case,in general I do not like the nylon/ballistic cloth cases,this is a quality product.
Pros: Compact, Lightweight, Quality Lenses, Strong Construction, Works Well With Glasses
Excerpt: I own several binoculars and enjoy birdwatching, nature viewing and and occasional theater. The Leica lens is sharp from corner to corner - unlike other high level brands. Great finish, overal superb binocs.
Pros: Close Focus, Compact, Quality Lenses, Strong Construction
"Clearly" the best bins I've ever owned.
Kapi, B&H Photo
18 October 2010
Excerpt: I use these for birding and wildlife watching. I've owned bins by Nikon, Canon, and older Leicas. The Ultarvid HD have the highest resolution and least distortion of any of the binoculars I've owned. Once adjusted, they are very easy on the eyes.
Summary: I have recently been lucky enough to acquire a set of these 10 x 42 HD binoculars which are absolutely fantastic. If your looking at this review then you will already be aware of Leica's well deserved place in the scheme of things involving optics, they are well and truly in the top three manufacturers of such equipment. So why choose Leica over the the other 2 famous brands.
Summary: Having researched comparable products for some time, I have now received the Leica 10 x 40 Ultravid and wow, what a great experience - the light gathering and clarity are fantastic. not to mention the size and weight that are handy for my travels around the Kakadu National Park.Looking forward to years of tireless observing!