Reviews and Problems with Nikon 8x30E II/10x35E II
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Probably the best porro prism binocular available
R. Smaldon, Amazon
8 August 2013
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.
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.
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: 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.
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.
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.
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.