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Bushnell 10x42mm Legend ED - Prismático, amplia visión, camuflaje

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  • Prismáticos de tamaño estándar con aumento 10x y una lente de objetivo de 42 mm
  • Tipo de prisma: recto
  • Material del prisma: Bak-4
  • Óptica Tipo de Máquina: tamaño doble estándar con una magnificación de 10x y una lente de objetivo de 42 mm
  • Prisma: Roof
  • Capa de la lente: totalmente, múltiple
  • Campo de visión: 113 a 1000 m
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Tamaño:Única  |  Color:Camuflaje

Pupila de salida: 4,2 mm.Brillo relativo: 17.6.A.


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Tamaño: Única | Color: Camuflaje
Información sobre el producto
ColorCamuflaje
TamañoÚnica
EstiloLegend 10 cm x 42 mm
Peso1.1 kilogramos
TemporadaYear-round
CaracterísticasMaterial del prisma: Bak-4
Incluye bateríasNo
MarcaBushnell

Detalles del producto

Tamaño: Única | Color: Camuflaje
  • Dimensiones del producto: 13,7 x 10,2 x 17,5 cm ; 699 g
  • Este producto se puede enviar a España y a otros países seleccionados.
  • Número de modelo del producto: 191043
  • ASIN: B002008S4I
  • Producto en Amazon.es desde: 13 de octubre de 2011
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (1 opinión de cliente)
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº475.633 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)

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Precio muy competitivo para unos prismáticos con una nitidez excepcional. Al principio cuesta un poco adaptarte a ellos, hasta que le pillas la postura adecuada para que no te salgan unas bandas negras por los lados. La primera vez, parecía como si algo en las lentes estuviera suelto y se moviera, apareciendo esas partes negras... pero era la forma de colocárnelo en los ojos para mirar. De forma resumida, se podría decir que la forma correcta es apoyarlos hacia la parte superior del hueco del ojo (como empujando hacia arriba). Amazon como siempre... de lujo.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Detailed comparison between Bushnell and Vanguard 10x42 binocular 5 de marzo de 2014
Por Regolith - Publicado en Amazon.com
Compra verificada
I own both the Vanguard Endeavor ED 10x42 and the Bushnell Legend Ultra HD 10x42, and am able to provide a direct comparison between these two very similar binoculars.

Similarities:
The Vanguard and Bushnell both have 10x magnification and 42mm objective lens. Both use ED (Extra low-Dispersion) glass, have a magnesium alloy body, use BaK4 Roof Prism system, are fog-proof and waterproof, and both have a Field of View of 340-feet at 1000 yards. Both can be mounted on a tripod with an optional tripod adapter (a separate purchase for each). Both are made in China and come with a lifetime warranty.

Optics:
When looking at near and far objects in different lighting conditions, I actually can’t see any difference in the optics. The images through both binoculars appear to be the same. Both have bright, clear optics and sharp detail.
Advantage: Tie.

Twist-up Eyecups:
Both binoculars have twist-up eyecups to allow for different eye relief. The Vanguard eyecups twist up in 3 stages, with a distinct stop at each one. This allows for 4 different positions for eye relief. The Bushnell eyecups twist up to only one additional position, for a total of two positions available for eye relief.
Advantage: Vanguard.

Locking Diopter Ring:
Both binoculars use a locking diopter ring to allow for a +/- right-eye adjustment if needed (if you have slightly different vision between your right and left eye). The Vanguard’s diopter ring is rubber coated and easily adjusted. The Bushnell’s diopter ring is a harder plastic and slightly more difficult to manipulate. Since you should only need to make this adjustment one time, it’s probably not a big deal. But if several people will be using these binoculars, you could be adjusting this ring more frequently. The diopter ring on the Vanguard is directly above a graduated scale that can be referenced for +/- adjustments of the ring. If multiple people are using these binoculars, it would be easy to remember your specific diopter setting on this scale, and you could return to that setting quickly. The Bushnell diopter ring does not sit above a graduated scale, so returning to a specific setting would not be as easy.
Advantage: Vanguard.

Rubberized Coating / Grip:
The Vanguard’s rubberized coating is textured and fitted tightly to the chassis of the binocular. This allows for a very firm and positive grip. The Bushnell’s rubberized coating has a slicker feel to it, and it also feels spongy in some areas over the chassis. The Bushnell just doesn’t have the same positive grip as the Vanguard.
Advantage: Vanguard.

Center Focus Knob:
Both binoculars use a center focus knob that can be adjusted with your index finger when holding the binoculars up to your eyes. This knob also has the same type of rubberized coating that’s used on each of the respective bodies of the two. Both center focus knobs have a smooth rotation, but the Vanguard just has a better feel to it.
Advantage: Vanguard.

Objective Lens Protective Covers:
Both binoculars have protective covers over the objective lens, and both sets of covers are designed to stay attached to the binoculars when you’re using them, to avoid losing the covers. The Vanguard protective covers stay firmly attached to the body of the binocular and there is almost no danger of losing them. The Bushnell covers are not attached as firmly, and they could very easily slip off unnoticed. You would be well advised to find an alternative method of securing the Bushnell covers, or else keep a very close eye on them frequently.
Advantage: Vanguard.

Straps:
Both binoculars have short straps attached to their right and left sides to allow for the neck straps to be quickly connected or disconnected. Both neck straps are made of a neoprene-like material, and the Vanguard neck strap connects via quick-release buckles while the Bushnell neck strap connects via plastic clips. Both work just fine, but if you want to remove the neck strap from the Vanguard binoculars, the short straps remaining on either side can be connected to each other with the same quick-release buckles to form a very convenient carry handle. The Bushnell binoculars do not have this capability, and the two short straps on the sides would just flop around unless you devise your own method of connecting them.
Advantage: Vanguard.

Included Accessories:
The Vanguard comes with a nylon carrying case, neck strap, and cleaning cloth. The Bushnell comes with a more rigid carrying case, neck strap, cleaning cloth, a soft microfiber bag to store the binoculars in, and a deluxe binocular harness to use for long days of hiking.
Advantage: Bushnell.

Size and Weight:
The Vanguard binoculars stand 6.1 inches high and weigh 28.2 ounces (1.76 pounds). The Bushnell binoculars stand 5.6 inches high and weigh 25.7 ounces (1.61 pounds). Both were measured and weighed with their protective lens covers in place, but no neck strap attached.
Slight Advantage: Bushnell.

Carrying Case:
Despite being a slightly smaller binocular, the Bushnell carrying case is huge compared to the Vanguard case. Even though the Bushnell binocular is 0.5 inches shorter than the Vanguard, the Bushnell carrying case is taller, wider, and much thicker than the Vanguard case. The Bushnell case is 4.6 inches thick while the Vanguard case is only 3.3 inches thick. The Bushnell case has a removable carry strap, and it contains a separate pocket inside to store the carry strap, binocular neck strap, and the deluxe harness, which is why it’s so large. The Vanguard case is much more streamlined in appearance, and is sized to hold only the binoculars and neck strap. The Vanguard case also has a carry strap with a quick-release buckle, but is not completely removable. The case also has a belt loop sewn onto the backside so you can wear it on your belt or attach it to the webbing of a backpack.
Advantage: I prefer the carry-friendly size of the Vanguard.

Conclusion:
While the optics of both binoculars appear to be the same to me in terms of brightness, clarity, and sharpness, the overall design and construction of the Vanguard Endeavor ED 10x42 binocular is definitely far superior to the Bushnell Legend Ultra HD 10x42 binocular.

Between these two models, I would strongly recommend the Vanguard.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Were good binocs, but Bushnell won't back up their "warranty! " :( 19 de octubre de 2015
Por kimmax - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I USED to love these binoculars until I sent them in for repair. They were not focusing in together; one side was in focus when the other was not. So, I sent them in with the "warranty"...what a crock. I got a notice in the mail saying that I could buy another pair for $190 (almost what they cost initially in 2013, as impact damage voided the warranty. I never dropped them. They may have gotten jostled up against me while wearing them. or while riding on the seat in the vehicle, but they were never dropped. So, silly me thinking that they would be covered. I just got off the phone with Bushnell and told them I was getting on Amazon right away to let people know that their warranty can pretty much never be used...it's your word against their tech's, and he/she says it was user mistake. Buyer beware if you ever plan on trying to make good on a warranty.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Won't focus 3 de agosto de 2015
Por Rebecca Cat - Publicado en Amazon.com
Compra verificada
These are my 3rd pair of binoculars (still have the other 2). This is an upgrade. One side comes up black. I guess they are not in alignment. No matter what I do I cannot get them to focus. Will have to return.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great Value and makes a great companion when outdoors. 20 de marzo de 2015
Por SASQUATCH - Publicado en Amazon.com
Compra verificada
11/2016 update.
I have been with these binoculars now for two years. I have taken them on vacations and two hunting trips.
On vacations they always worked nicely and since they were not too expensive I didn't overly worry about forgetting them somewhere or getting them stolIen. I don't like the edge to edge clarity on these guys but that's only when I'm bored and nitpick. They are a nice size, strong, inexpensive and have great glass. But I purchased these for hunting and nothing else. The first year I took them hunting , I walked 4 miles and had them around my neck for about 8 hours. They got uncomfortable under those conditions but they worked fantastic even in the dark and in the rain. On my second year / hunting trip , I was disappointed because the glass fogged up. Because I was wearing a face mask it appeared that whenever I brought them to my eyes the glass closest to the mask would fog up making them useless. After several hours , the sun was up and the glass didn't fog anymore.
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Very good and worth the money. Before I purchased these binoculars I shopped around for about a year. I eventually went into West Marine and looked through their binoculars. They had west marine brand and Steiners as well, I was not impressed at all. Maybe because of the huge price tag but whatever the reason when I looked through them at the store out the window I was not impressed at all. When I got these I was impressed. I am not saying that they are better because I would not be surprised at all if the $500 Steiners are better but what I am saying is that every single time I look through these $200 binoculars i am impressed. Every time! I viewed images out to about 400 yards and they work great. I'm sure when I get a chance to take them hunting for the first time they will be my best friend! Next to my rifle of course. I was also worried about 10x being to strong but no way, it's great. If I was in a wooded area where all I could see is 100 yards I would not want binoculars anyway. Past that 10x is fine. I even used them in the dark and they were fine! I didn't expect that.
8x should be better in the dark. I think these are great for anyone who needs small binoculars without sacrificing performance. I feel if you go smaller you will lose performance. I don't know how to explain the quality of the image but the way I did it was I looked at an object far away and I could clearly see the screws holding the object in place. Also when looking at animals the colors were great. If u look at my photo below you can see the difference between my 7x50s and the Bushnells. Hope this helps u make a decision.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Excellent optical, questionable quality. 20 de enero de 2015
Por D. Gramm - Publicado en Amazon.com
Compra verificada
These are very good binos. Optical quality is very good, but there are a couple of issues reported by many that are tolerable but will take a couple of stars away.
First, the eyecup issue is real. They really need to be all the way out to be effective and there is this annoying little bump at max extension. You just need to turn clockwise the whole way and then back it off a smidge. Not that big a deal, but it shouldn't be necessary. Maybe a half a star off for that.
Also the focus knob does have "play" when you adjust it. I can't imagine how this happens by design. Full star.
Finally, after a half a year of light use, the right eyecup has separated mechanically somehow. It just spins freely and will not collapse. Makes me question the overall durability. Full star. However, Bushnell has a lifetime warranty and is taking them back for repair. That all well and good, but it was to be at my shipping expense. To their credit, after I expressed my disappointment about being on the hook for return shipping for a manufacturer defect, they sent me a shipping label. Kudos to Bushnell. Plus half star.
We'll see how long they last when I get them back.


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