Jul 28, 2016 ... Understanding binocular specs, such as magnification, objective lens diameter
and exit pupil will help you narrow down which pair works best ...
The numbers on a binocular describe its configuration. Let's take 8×42 binoculars
as an example. The first number (8) refers to the magnification, or, how many ...
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Jun 23, 2010 ... Here we take a look at a binocular's magnification. What does it mean and how
does it effect the user's experience. If you're wondering what ...
Binoculars, in its simplest definition are magnification instruments that are made
up of two telescopes mounted on a metal or plastic frame so that a viewer can ...
Since you're on the water, a high magnification binocular is not advised. Most
commonly used magnification is a 7x, but 8x and 10x are also chosen by some ...
An appropriate magnification depends on applications and subjects. Binoculars
with magnification up to 12x are recommended for comfortable handling and ...
All binoculars have numbers, such as 10x42 and 7x20, which refer to their
magnification and objective lens diameter. Using 10x42 as an example, the 10x ...
Binocular terminology explained. ... Magnification and Lens Size ... Different
applications require varying degrees of magnification and our buying advice
Binoculars are referred to with 2 numbers, such as 7 x 35 or 10 x 50. The number
before the "x" is the magnification factor, or power; the 7 x 35 lenses will make ...
The first figure (8x, 10x) refers to the power of magnification. Binoculars with an
8x magnification will make objects appear 8 times closer than they are.