Reviews and Problems with Nikon Aculon T11 8-24x25
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robby, B&H Photo
17 August 2015
Excerpt: The nikon 8 - 24 variable binoculars are pretty nice for clear and sunny days. This allows me to use it for target shooting, wildlife viewing, and hunting. I really do not need to bring my spotting scope on a hunt any more.
Pros: Close Focus, Compact, Lightweight, Quality Lenses, Reliable, Waterproof
Excerpt: These are a great value. They fit very comfortably in the hands, and the controls are well placed for easy use - one finger for the zoom and one for the focus. Both zoom lever and focus knob are almost silky-smooth Optically, they are adequate - not quite as sharp as my single-power, 9x25 Nikons,...
Excerpt: Replacing older compact binoculars and expect to use these traveling and nature watching as with previous unit. So far, quality seems excellent - changing zoom does not affect focus so operation is quick and easy.
Summary: These are the best binoculars for quick in/out zooming; however, some internal aperture or something gets very small when at full zoom, and that cuts off the incoming light. Best for bright days if long distance viewing is done. Short distance viewing is superb.
Excerpt: I ordered the Nikon 8-24x25 Aculon T11 and the Pentax 8-16x21 UCF 11 on the same order so that I could do a side-by-side comparison. The optics seemed about the same but the Pentax was much easier to adjust. I sent the Nikon back and got a fast refund from B & H Photo.
Summary: Great quailliyt binoculars, The service was very fast and I have used these several times. I showed the binoculars to a friend who purchased a pair because of what I showed him. Great quality ant a real affordable price.