Excerpt: I like to bird watch especially the hummingbirds that fly into my yard. Have used these to watch birds I never noticed before and even butterflies. Comes with a soft case so purchasing one is not necessary.
Pros: Close Focus, Quality Lenses, Works Well With Glasses
Excerpt: I have had Nikons I have had Bushnells. This pair of binocular's from Olympus beat them all. Fit in the Hand well. images are clear and bright and the amount of magnification is perfect to the point where you don't feel you need a tripod to keep it steady.A fabulous deal for a fabulous pair of binocular's and they got here in two days.
Pros: Lightweight, Quality Lenses, Strong Construction
Excerpt: Pros - great price, very bright image, easy to focus, comes with a soft case and neck strap, good field of view, always have had good luck with Olympus camera equipment and their optics Cons - not waterproof or fog resistant but didn't expect these features at this price I'm glad I bought these instead the more common 7x35 binoculars for the same price. Will be using for bird and wildlife watching.
Pros: Lightweight, Quality Lenses, Works Well With Glasses
Excerpt: Two pairs purchased for emergency vehicles for general scene evaluation (HAZMAT) and provide great view, clarity and quality of use in a rough environment while taking up limited space in the vehicles. Also use a pair for heliport operations...again excellent quality in a small and inexpensive package.
Pros: Close Focus, Compact, Quality Lenses, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I bought this binocs for wildlife viewing, mainly for bird watching. I am very impressed of the lens quality and ease of use. The clarity, brightness and sharpness amazed me, not to mention the under $60 price tag. I am a hobbyist wildlife photographer using a Nikon D7000 and Nikon D90 with 70-300mm VR lens. This will be a huge help in searching birds under dense trees in low light.
Pros: Close Focus, Compact, Lightweight, Quality Lenses, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I got these for my 11 year old for general use. My own binos are bigger and more expensive, but ironically, we end up using these more often, because they're lightweight and easy to carry around. They throw up a nice, bright, crisp image in the center. The focus mechanism is smooth, with no slop, and perfect fluid resistance. Every time I look through them, I think, "these were less than fifty bucks?