Conclusion: It’s worth starting the test review with the transmission graph. You should take a good look at it because you won’t see a nicer graph for any 8x32 class binoculars – even when it comes to such aces as Leica, Swarovski or Zeiss. Splendid coatings and Porro system prisms really show their true calibre.
Pros: very solid and stylish casing, giving an impression of fully sealed and armoured,, sensationally high transmission,, perfect colour rendition,, negligible astigmatism,, very low coma,, not significant brightness loss at the edge of the field,, high class coatings and prisms,, very good blackening inside inner tubes,, rich standard accessory kit,, long warranty period.
Cons: light area near exit pupils,, sharp image already from 3.8 metres,, in a Porro construction of this class the image quality at the very edge of the field should have been better and the field itself- a bit wider.