Reviews and Problems with Swarovski Optik EL Range 8x32
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Neal the photographer, B&H Photo
6 October 2014
Excerpt: This binocular is fantastic in so many ways! The image that you get when you are looking at birds is hard to describe the edge to edge sharpness and color rendition. These are lightweight, strong and even at sunset in low light had no problems using them. I would buy another pair in a heartbeat.
Pros: Compact, Lightweight, Quality Lenses, Strong Construction, Works Well With Glasses
Excerpt: Great focus, crisp colors. I noticed that I do not get the usual motion sickness when I move the binoculars that usually comes from optical aberrations, and in fact I notice no peripheral field aberrations. Easy to adjust pupillary distance. I use these mostly when hiking, some birdwatching.
Excerpt: I upgraded to new binoculars for birding, and I am delighted. The wide field of view makes it easy to get on the bird, and the precision of the lenses makes it easy to find birds by shape and color even when hidden among leaves in a tree.
Pros: Lightweight, Quality Lenses, Waterproof, Works Well With Glasses
Excerpt: SWAROVSKI EL 8 x 32 Some words of explanation... The name 'binocular' derives from the Latin bi (meaning two) and oculus (meaning eye) and describes a hand held optical device whose function is essentially to magnify distant images using an eyepiece and so allow them to be examined in detail.
Pros: Weight, ergonomics, clarity, brightness, ease of use