Summary: this set of binoculars is restricted to viewing objects/scenes/wildlife that are more than 20 yards away...the optics are very good and once set for an individual user's eyes, they are always in focus(no focusing is needed and no mechanism is provided) and give stereoscopic images that are typical of porro prism binoculars( a depth of field unmatched by even the state-of-the-art and most expensive roof prism binoculars..
Summary: These are great binoculars. When you look thru them it is crystal clear. Their shape is super comfortable to hold on to. The auto focus is an awesome feature. It works really fast. I would purchase another set in a minute and recommend them to anyone. They are worth the money!
Summary: Very pleased so far. Good clarity and field of view. The binoculars are light in weight. With the auto-focus, target acquisition is quick. The only negative thing I can say is that when looking at objects under 100 yards, you can get some eye fatigue.
Rugged, lightweight, with bright crystal clear viewing.
6 May 2011
Summary: This is a great pair of binoculars. Rugged, easy to use (no need to focus), lightweight, moderately compact, with crystal clear viewing. What's not to appreciate? It draws in alot of light for its' size. It doesn't draw in as much light as a 50mm lens, but then it's also smaller and lighter. The light it does draw in is quite sufficient for normal use, I just don't recomend it for night.
Summary: Excellent binos! from Northern Az They are good quality binos especially for the price. I could see alot better about 30 mins earlier out of these binos at dusk & dawn than my naked eye. I used these for my elk hunt in Nov. the temps were in single digits in the morning and rose to 40 & 50's in the day and I had not one prob with fogging. I would def reccommend this binos to anyone.