Reviews and Problems with Steiner Wildlife Pro 8x30
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Steiner Wildlife Pro 8x30 CF
3 January 2012
Conclusion: A mere comparison of pros and cons and also taking into account the price and the fact that we deal here with a product of a renowned German manufacturer means the summary of this test will not sound negative for sure. Let’s start with the flaws, though. The field of view and the performance on its edge left a slight bad aftertaste. The real field of the tested binoculars amounts to 6.82 degrees which is a bit pale compared to the rivals.
Pros: solid and compact casing at the same time,, lack of a classic ocular bridge and presence of a central focusing wheel,, high transmission,, low astigmatism,, slight brightness loss on the edge of the field,, high quality prisms and coatings,, very good whiteness rendering,, sharp image already from 1.35 metres,, circular exit pupils,, long guarantee period given by a very renowned manufacturer.
Cons: with such a fileld of view the image on the edge should have been sharper.
Excerpt: I conducted a lengthy review of different binoculars and this was the one that suited both my wife and I as we both wear prescription glasses. Especially good is the adjustment dial for closer objects, clear view and user friendliness. I took a chance ordering from Ozscope as I haven't had dealings with this Online business in the past and I am very happy with the price, quality of service, very quick delivery and follow-up to ensure the product arrived.
Pros: light, easy to carry, price, portability, Accurate, user friendly, Decent glass, Positive adjustments, adjustments, quality +++, Beautifully crisp image!