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Hawke Sapphire ED 8x25 Black Compact Binoculars

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Nuevos: 1 desde EUR 309,00

Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 2,5 x 9,5 x 10,2 cm ; 240 g
  • Número de modelo del producto: HA3790
  • ASIN: B007L25J8S
  • Fecha de disponibilidad en Amazon: 4 de octubre de 2013
  • Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº1.005.897 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)
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I purchased a pair of 8x25 Sapphire ED's in Paris for 300 Euros. I know this is a lot more than they are available for on-line but the store let me compare them with a bunch of others for about an hour before I purchased them, so I figured it was worth it. Compared to the Zeiss Conquest 10x25's there was no contest. The Zeiss's did not have enough eye relief with the eyepiece cups folded down for me to get my eye close enough with my glasses so I compared them without my glasses. The Hawke 10x25's had a sharper, brighter image with more contrast, a wider field of view and they had a much closer minimum focus range. Compared to Minox BD 10x25 the Hawkes were much clearer around the edges, were brighter, and focused closer. Compared with Eshenbach Club10x25's again there was no contest. Comparing the Hawke 8x25's with Leica Ultravid 8x20's I thought that the Leica image possibly had a little more contrast or "pop." but I wasn't sure. The same with the overall clarity and edge clarity--maybe the Leica's were a little better, not absolutely sure. The Hawke's were definitely brighter in low light, focused much closer and had a wider field of view. The Leica's cost over twice the Hawke's. I chose a double hinged binocular so that it would fit in my breast pocket and not flop around on my neck when I was walking. I got 8x instead of 10x because they are much easier to hold steady, have a much wider field of view helping me to find the subject when raising the glasses to my eyes, and because of the greater depth of field which also aids in finding the subject when raising the glasses. I recently traded views with a friend with an older pair of Swarovski EL 10x42's. He immediately said, "Wow, these are pretty good!" which I took as an affirmation of my choice. In good light there appears to be no difference between 8x25's and 8x42's since your pupil closes down to limit the light to your retina. Only in low light situations can you see the difference.