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Top 4 Bird Watching Binoculars This Season


Within the field of birding, there are many different sub categories and observing birds over long distances in wide open areas like at the coast or near a lake is very different to going birding in a thickly wooded forest. So it is impossible to say that this is the best birding binocular and leave it at that, you need to decide if you need a pair for a specific niche or if you are looking for a good all round birding binocular that will perform well in a variety of different situations.

Small Binoculars

A lot of small binoculars have lenses that are in the range of 25mm to 28mm. Obviously, it will be easier to carry around a lighter pair of binoculars than heavier ones. Small binoculars are also wonderful for those times when you are travelling, due to the fact that they are portable and can be easily put into a bag or a suitcase at a moment’s notice.

Small binoculars
Standard Size Binoculars

A lot of standard sized binoculars have lenses that are 40mm or 42mm. It is a fact that large binoculars have more weight and might be a hassle to carry, but this may not be a disadvantage if you like to look at birds while in a fixed position.


Medium Sized Binoculars

These types of binoculars are gaining in popularity and have many beneficial features that make them a good choice. Yes, it has been proven that the larger binoculars can provide images that are brighter and more focused with magnifications of about 8x.

Now let’s take a look at the some of the finest bird watching binoculars:

Olympus 8X40 DPS
Olympus 8X40 DPS Binoculars

These binoculars have all the great features to maximize your bird watching experience including a very wide field of view (8.2 degrees), light weight (680g), fully multicoated lenses and folding rubber eyecups for complete eye comfort, with or without eyeglasses. Their armoring provides a secure and comfortable grip, as well as added resistance.

Nikon Monarch 5.8×42

Nikon Monarch 5.8×42 and 10×42 Binoculars

This pair of Nikon binoculars has wonderful optics, multilayer coated lenses and is very affordable for its high quality Nikon optics. Perhaps the main reasons why this particular binocular is so popular.

 

Canon 10×30 Image Stabilised Binoculars

The best part about the Canon 10×30 binoculars is the image stabilization feature. With a press of a button, these binoculars will stabilize even the shakiest image. They also have a very generous field of view which allows you to spot and follow birds easily.

Zeiss Conquest 10x42 hd

Zeiss Conquest 10×42 Binoculars

Zeiss Conquest 10×42 hd are waterproof binoculars are lightweight, compact, rugged and feature the advanced HD lens design. Image colors are neutral and ultra-clear with extra-low chromatic dispersion. An extra-wide field of view and close focus make in-the-field glassing quick and easy. The Zeiss Conquest 10×42 reviews will tell you how the users are actually happy with its performance.

Binoculars Bird Watching Binoculars Canon 10×30 Nikon Monarch 5.8 Olympus 8X40 DPS Binoculars Zeiss Conquest 10x42 Binoculars

About Mark Griffin

Hi, This is Mark Griffin, a professional camp instructor, a passionate hunter and wildlife enthusiast. I like to travel & participate in hunting events across the country and abroad. I have been reloading, shooting and hunting for over 15 years now. Beside, a professional Camp Instructor, I am an avid blogger and freelance writer. Plenty of my blogs/articles have been featured on popular hunting forums and web magazines. When not hunting, photographing, writing, or spending time with my 'kiddos', I usually try to master wildlife painting!
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