Live concerts at halls or stadiums, watching wild birds and
flowers, stars twinkling in the night sky, and beautiful travel
scenery – take a pair of binoculars with you and experience
a new way of seeing, both indoors or outdoors. Come on
and find the best companion for your activities.
What kind of vision does binoculars give you?
Binoculars do not simply give you a magnified view of objects – they also deliver a brighter and more detailed image. The large objective lenses collect more light than the naked eye, letting you see a larger collection of stars and nebulae in the night sky, and finer details in wild birds and flowers.
Another great visual attribute of binoculars is the stereoscopic field of view. By using both eyes, you can watch objects while maintaining the sense of depth. As a result, you can enjoy viewing a distant subject such as an actor on stage as if they were close by, with a realistic three-dimensional feel.
Three basic numbers to help you know binoculars better
Binoculars have a series of numbers, such as ‘6.5 × 21 7.5°’on their body. These important numbers let you know the basic performance of the binoculars. The first tells you the magnification factor, which indicates how many times larger binoculars can enlarge the image of an object. The next shows the size of the objective lenses in millimeters, which informs you of their ability to collect light. The last is the angle of the viewing field (called real field of view) that you can see through binoculars. Understanding these numbers will greatly help you in selecting your binoculars.