Reviews and Problems with Nikon 8x30E II/10x35E II
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10 January 2014
Summary: Slendido e superbo binocolo visione perfetta fino 80% del campo visivo leggero maneggevole, messo a confronto con lo Swarovski el 8,5x42 di mia proprieta' ne e uscito a testa alta praticamente quasi alla pari in visione diurna.Un binocolo che consiglio a chi è alla ricerca del meglio ad un costo accessibile,il piccolo porro nikon batte senza dubbio parecchi mostri sacri di marchi blasonati da me provati,l'unico rivale nella stessa gradazione ottica penso sia proprio un...
Summary: Before buying, I was lucky enough to test a friend's pair of Nikon 8x30 EII's for a whole weeks winter amble around the Highlands of Scotland. I was thoroughly impressed by the optics on offer for under £400. The image is sharp, bright and clear, with fantastic colour rendering, a superb field of view (the best on offer for 8x30's I believe) and a astonishing depth of field.
Summary: This is a superb instrument which should be a joy to own, and it provides an amazing view. A simple internet search will turn up fascinating and detailed expert reviews by experienced and knowledgeable authorities like Holger Merlitz and Brin Best. I would not presume to compete with such high-flying luminaries, but here are a few random down-to-earth tips for prospective purchasers: These binoculars are priced at the upper limit of where one gets a proportionate return...
Summary: Can't praise these Nikon binos enough. Great views and super wide. You can feel the quality in the excellent build . I was advised to buy quick before they stop making them , as they are the best porro prism binocular for the price. BUY THEM !!! You won't be disappointed .
Summary: these binoculars are very much under valued by the birding fraternity in the UK. With pin sharp optics and a huge field of view, they are not considered by many because of their 'old fashioned' look. Many are quite willing to spend out three or four times the cost on roof prisms, and only still get a performance that is, only at best, equal to these binoculars. For their cost they are superb!
Summary: I bought the 8x30 e11 as a back up for my Nikon 8x32 SE CF binoculars which are considered the ultimate in porroprism binos, performing at the level of top price roof prisms. Well, I was quite taken aback - the 8x30 e11 has superb optics, right up with the significantly more expensive 8x32 SE CF. The sharp, bright, contrasty images coupled with the wide field of view are an absolute delight.
Summary: Don't let the looks deceive you, these are great binoculars and can hold their own optically with the most expensive available. They are probably the best porro prism binoculars made. There are a couple of minor issues, which is why I nearly deducted a star: The first is that they have "old fashioned" fold down eye cups, this is not a problem if you do not wear glasses.
Summary: Was will man über diesen Klassiker groß noch schreiben? Ich hab schon einige Ferngläser gehabt ( und habe immer noch einige ). Darunter Swarovski, Zeiss und auch teuere Dachkantgläser von Nikon. Natürlich sind das sehr gute Gläser, sie sind wasserdicht, noch eine Spur randschärfer und ziemlich sicher für Brillenträger noch mehr geeignet. Das E II hat nur Stülpmuscheln, bin aber kein Brillenträger.
Summary: Seit einigen Tagen habe ich nun das Nikon 8x30 E II. Es ist das 11. Fernglas in meiner Sammlung und schlagartig zu meiner Nr.1 geworden. Neben Vogelbeobachtung nutze ich die Gläser haupsächlich zur Beobachtung des Sternenhimmels. Bisher war das von vielen als "bestes Fernglas" (Porro-Fernglas) überhaupt bewertete Nikon 10x42 SE CF vor meinem Fujinon 7x50 FMTR-SX meine Nr.1.