Summary: These are incredible. After spending a lot of time comparing them to some hawke premier 10x28, minox bf and bv 10x25 as well as some olympus 8-16x40 I was very impressed with their quality and clarity.
Summary: I found that the image was very good in all but the lowest of light and to be honest I use my larger and much heavier bino's for low light use. These are great to have in the car or in the camera bag when just wandering around. I dropped them in a puddle the other day and no water got into them.
Summary: Summary This are excellent binoculars for the price. My only criticism is for some play of the focusing wheel. Else they are just brilliant. I actually think it may even be a design choice as the play seems to allow fine tuning rather than being just loose, but I still don't like it.
Summary: I bought these binoculars for bird watching. I am a casual bird watcher not a fanatic, so I didn't want to spend a fortune. At around £70 these bins are a bargain. Firstly the build quality is of a very high standard. Imagery is very bright and clear even in low light.
Summary: On paper these binoculars have great specifications - for compacts they have a relatively good field of view and very close focus. They are also small, lightweight, waterproof and well balanced, being easy to hold steady despite the 10x magnification. Good price too. Ideal, or so I thought.
Summary: I have just returned from an amazing Alaska cruise and would not have wanted to be without these bins, they performed astonishingly well and in no small part added to our holiday, allowing my wife to see whales jumping whilst I had them magnified through the lens of my camera!
Summary: I bought these for walking / trekking and wanted lightweight, waterproof and high quality. The image quality is superb, fit easily into pocket and very easy to adjust. Only criticism would be the strap which is fiddly to fit but I don't use it in any event.