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Jan 06 2010 06:31 AM | Jay_Bird in 50-60mm Binoculars
A binocular with a large exit pupil, traditionally 7mm or even a bit larger, intended to fill the fully-dilated dark-adapted eye of the observer, may be called a "night glass". Such a large, 7mm exit pupil is
Dec 21 2009 10:45 AM | dtc in 50-60mm Binoculars
To me the remarkable thing about IS is during terrestrial use, you can ‘read’ through the binoculars. If you look through binoculars at a license plate on a moving car, for example, the image is shaky, but with IS on, you can
Dec 14 2009 06:39 AM | zangler in 50-60mm Binoculars
I am extremely familiar with Nikon cameras and lenses, but had never used their binoculars before. Once I decided how much aperture I wanted and at what power, I was able to pull the trigger on some Nikon 10x50 Action (NOT Action Extreme) binoculars