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In the life of a hunter, there are intense moments, sometimes unique, when faced with this or that animal. Every quality hunter chooses precisely all of his equipment. For binoculars, it must be the same.
Choose your hunting binoculars according to the type of hunting: hunting waterfowl, hunting in the forest, hunting for hunting, hunting big game, etc ... and some basic parameters: the portability of the binoculars, their reactivity , The choice of magnification and the diameter of the objective.
Sunday hunting with partridge or wild rabbit, or the organized safari in Canada will make you walk distances sometimes important.
Your hunting binoculars should be the least disturbing, lightweight and strong. If you have to climb slopes or rocks to approach a moose in Canada, or to better observe a hare in the Beauce; You should favor strong and light binoculars.
These hunting observing binoculars should be comfortable when taking hold, because during a well organized hunting party or a beat you will grab them mechanically and you divest dozens and dozens of times.
The weight of these binoculars must be well distributed, the possible accessories well suited to your morphology (neck straps, shockproof case, etc ...).
With these intense use binoculars, you need to make one, and over time and hours of observation you no longer have to feel them or see them on you.
Rubber Covered binoculars are fitted with an impact-resistant rubber coating and are handy with wet hands.
And if your passion is hunting waterfowl, of course we recommend the MT Marine Tested binoculars: absolute watertightness in case of early morning mist on a lake in the event of heavy rain , Or if your binoculars accidentally fall into the water (immersion at least five minutes at 4.5 meters deep for the Fujinon MT Marine Tested binoculars).
Your hunting can be diurnal, or rather at dawn and dusk. Your hunting can take place in Africa with a very high luminous intensity or in Norway in the autumn.
In the months of being very specialized and not needing to have two or three different models of hunting binoculars while any hunter can change or vary from hunting type, we advise general and perfectly adapted hunting binoculars, designed especially for To meet the most exacting requirements of hunters.
The lower the magnification of binoculars, the greater the diameter of the lens, the brighter the binoculars: on 10x60 binoculars, for example, the magnification is x10 and the diameter is 60 mm.
The larger the diameter, the more light it enters and the clearer and clearer the vision.
But all binoculars with a lens diameter of 60 mm are not equal in brightness, and the gap is sometimes huge.
The quality of the glasses, their treatment and the parallelism settings of the binoculars are very uneven from one brand to another, and between the Fujinon binoculars and improbable marks ... it will be day and night.
In low priced binoculars, the prisms are undersized, the lenses more coarsely polished ... and the available brightness can only reach 50% when the Fujinon models are close to 100%.
The most important consideration for this famous brightness is the pupil diameter of binoculars. By dividing the diameter of the lens by the magnification, the diameter of the exit pupil is obtained. Binoculars of 10x60 have an exit pupil of 6 mm (60:10), binoculars of 15x60 and a pupil of 4 mm (60:15).
The larger the diameter of the pupil, the clearer and clearer the vision. An index of 4 may be enough for a daytime hunting, but if you are hunting at dawn and dusk, prefer an index of 5 or even 6.