What to Look for and What to Avoid
Meta: There are a lot of great binoculars to choose from out there. Here is a look at some binocular features to consider when choosing your next pair of binoculars.
Whether you hunt, birdwatch, or you are just a nature enthusiast chasing a great view, a quality pair of binoculars can prove to be invaluable. There are so many products out there that choosing the right pair can be a daunting task. To help you choose the best pair of binoculars, we will look at some of the uses for binoculars, features to look for, and a few things to avoid. First, though, let’s talk about how you are planning to use your binoculars.
Binoculars for Hunting:
Let’s imagine you are on your big annual hunting trip. You are carrying your gear and looking to set up camp or get settled in the tree stand. If you are like me, you rely heavily on landmarks and need a little help in the vision department. A pair of binoculars can be your best friend when you need to survey the landscape and spot key landmarks