For 2010, Nikon takes the hugely popular Travelite Binocular to a new level of performance. This next generation binocular is available in 8x25, 10x25 and 12x25 models and features advancements normally seen on much higher priced models.
By utilizing Nikon's bright, multicoated optics and Bak4 high index prisms, the Travelite delivers a brighter, sharper view during critical early and late periods. Turn-and-slide eyecups and central focus knob make using the new Travelite a simple pleasure for any user and the durable, rubber-armored body protects against hard use.
The new Travelite also features enhanced ergonomics and aspherical eyepiece lenses for an enhanced field of view that is uncommonly flat and clear from edge to edge.
The Nikon 10x25 Porro Prism is commonly used for Bird watching, Sporting events/concerts, Wildlife viewing and more.The Nikon 10x25 Porro Prism is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Casual/ recreational among others.The Nikon 10x25 Porro Prism is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Nikon 10x25 Porro Prism: Close focus, Compact, Lightweight, Quality lenses, Strong construction, Waterproof and Works well with glasses
The Canon 10x30 IS Image Stabilized Binocular delivers outstanding optical performance and stabilization capability at an affordable price. Whether you're upon the water's edge or perched high in the upper deck of a stadium, you'll get a close view of action with this well-contoured Canon offering. A textured rubber coating provides a sure grip as well as a bit of protection from the elements, while the center-mounted focus and stabilizer controls are easily accessible for both hands. This 10x30 IS is a bit bigger than a 10x32 midsized binocular, but has exceptional ergonomics.
Canon's series of image stabilized binoculars deliver outstanding optical performance and stabilization capabilities at a very affordable price. Whether upon the water's edge or high in the catacombs of a stadium, you'll get a close view of action with this well-contoured Canon offering. A textured rubber coating provides a sure grip as well as a bit of protection from the elements, while the center-mounted focus and stabilizer controls are easily accessible for both hands.
The revised edition of their 12x36 model has dramatically decreased the bulk and weight of the unit. The drawbacks are that it no longer accepts 43mm filters and the minimum focusing distance has been lengthened.
The Canon 15x50 IS Binocular delivers truly outstanding optical performance and a well-stabilized, high-magnification view. Whether upon the water's edge or high in the upper deck of a stadium, the 15x50 IS will put you right in the middle of the action. The 15x50 IS binocular's great for big game hunters, spectators of the more distant sports such as surfing, or anyone with a hunkering for incredible pulling power which can actually be observed without a tripod. It is a water resistant design with a tripod socket, to allow for easy mounting to tripods or monopods for extended periods of observation.
The 15x50 IS was not designed to be habitually worn around the neck, but if you prefer to carry your optic in this manner then consider a thick neoprene strap instead of the supplied flat woven strap. If you'll be using the binocular in cold weather, it ishighly recommended to use lithium batteries instead of alkaline.
The 15x50 IS is threaded to accept 58mm filters, which is convenient for using polarizers around water, but it also means that during extremely bright or humid conditions you can use a pair of 58mm lens hoods to help shield the objective lenses from dew and stray light (and thus improve contrast).