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  • Standard-sized binocular with 8x magnification and 42mm objective lens
  • Color-tuned, high-resolution ED Prime Extra-Low Dispersion glass
  • Ultra Wide-Band lens coating guarantees maximum brightness at peak shooting hours
  • RainGuard HD water-repellent coating; extra-wide field of view
  • Trim, lightweight ergonomic shape; twist-up eyecups; weighs 22.4 ounces
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SEE WHAT NEW LEGENDS ARE MADE OF.

Quite possibly the best binocular system ever made in this class of optics. The Legend Ultra-HD has three key ingredients that make it so: ED (Extra-low Dispersion) Prime Glass which produces a color tuned, high resolution image. Ultra Wide-Band Custom Coating which produces the brightest possible light by coating each lens individually to maximize available light. RainGuardHD – Bushnell’s patented permanent water-repellant coating. The Legend Ultra-HD also has an extremely wide field of view to easily view moving animals or objects and is lightweight with a streamlined feel.

Features:

  • ED Prime Glass
  • Ultra Wide Band Coating
  • RainGuard® HD water-repellent lens coating
  • Ultra wide field-of-view
  • Long eye-relief
  • Lightweight, magnesium chassis
  • Waterproof/Fogproof
  • Soft touch grips
  • Locking diopter
  • Includes soft carry case, microfiber bag, and neck strap

About Bushnell

Bushnell has been the industry leader in high-performance sports optics for more than 50 years. The company's guiding principle is to provide the highest quality, most reliable, and most affordable sports optics products on the market.



Light, bright and tough with a wide field of view.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 8.8 x 4.2 inches ; 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00200C7L8
  • Item model number: Legend Ultra Roof Parent
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
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210 of 214 people found the following review helpful By Missouri Eagle on February 14, 2011
The Bushnell Legend HD binoculars surprised me. I've been birding for over 45 years. I own and have owned dozens of binoculars. Some lasted years, some only months. I've had Bushnells, Trax, Nikon's, Kowa's, and some I have no idea on the brand/mfg. For the past few years I've purchased Nikon's. They are well made, have excellent optics, and carry all price ranges I'm interested in.

For those younger or new to binoculars, the numeric designation 10 x 50, 8 x 40, 7 x 35, 8 x 42 etc refers to magnification/power x Lense Diameter. A 10 power lens brings the subject 'closer' than the 8 or 7 power. (10 times or 8 time 'magnified') The diameter is the diameter of the lense, so 50mm is a bigger diameter than 35 mm or 40 or 42 mm. The magnification and lens diameter are important to understand when picking the right binoculars for how they are going to be used.

I learned three rules to live by if you're going to buy binoculars for birding:

Rule 1. ALWAYS choose MINIMUM of 5 multiplier between magnification and diameter. ( 7 x 35, 8 x 40, 10 x 50) because of the amount of light the lens diameter allows in compared to the 'distance/magnification. Example, a 7 x 25 is fine for sporting events, operas, backyard casual birding because the subject is not very far away, and the lighting is usually good. But in the often low / changing light conditions in nature / outdoors, it's critical you have enough light for the distance you're trying to see. The 5 times rule is also important for Field of View (FOV) usually shown as NNN feet at 1000 yards. That's simply, how much 'real estate/range' can you see in the view finder. If the object is 1000 yards away and you have NNN 'width/field' to locate a bird or object.

Rule 2.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Lawrence Jones on July 30, 2009
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These are my first upscale binoculars, replacing a 35 year old Sears 10x50 ultra wide angle binoculars with broken focus. What an improvement! These are light weight (12 oz less than my old clunker), much brighter, remarkably wide field of view, sharp edge-to-edge, comfortable, well made. The rubbberized grip feels good.

This model comes with rubber lens caps that stay with the unit (after you thread the strap through the eyepiece cap) but can be easily removed and stored, two straps (small and large padded) plus a chest harness that clip to pre-mounted 6" hanger straps, a soft bag, a semi-hard case (7 oz) and a small lens cloth.

Inter-eyepiece spacing is adjustable 59-75 mm ("PD" for glasses). Minimum focus is about 7' for my old eyes, less with my glasses. The FOV is at least 10% wider than my old pair which claimed 420 ft at 1000 yds.

"Adapt to tripod" feature means you can buy an adapter ($15) for use with standard tripods.

The wide FOV and other specs (light weight, ED glass, etc), and a reasonable price, drew my attention. For general purpose binoculars, I can't imagine a better product. Recommended.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By GarageBoy on July 1, 2011
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This is my third pair of 8x42 Legends. I've recommended them to others and was going to lend them to a neighbor when I found them missing. Turns out a family member had them so I told them to keep them when I noticed that the price had dropped $30 from Amazon's already low price. I'm a professional photographer and use them mainly for spotting birds. So the slight user-induced vibration at high mag doesn't matter, I switch to my telephoto on its tripod. The binocs do have a bulit-in tripod mount. So the 8X is perfect for most purposes at 1/5 to 1/10 the price of IS/VR binocs. They're bright and light. I'm very nearsighted, but can use these without my glasses. They're comfortable with glasses, too. I'll leave the optical quantitation to the physicists, but subjectively, the resolution's great when I view detailed objects (eg, wire mesh) at high mag. We have some red-tailed hawk and great horned owl babies hanging around the woods behind our house now, and it's a real thrill watching them with these fine optics.

They come in a great case, very nice neck strap, and a cool shoulder harness that you can use in place of the neck strap. Lens covers are provided for front and back eye pieces and can be secured to the binoc barrels. Focusing is smooth as silk, and adjusting for each eye is easy. If they're still $200, they're a no brainer.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Paul K. on June 29, 2013
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I'm no expert in binoculars, I'm not a birder, I'm just a guy who is looking for binoculars that work well for hikes in the local forests. So I want good light sensitivity, good weather proofing, and good value for the dollar.

I compared specs for the Bushnell H20s and the Bushnell Legend Ultra HD's, both 8x42, booth roof prism. I paid about $240 for the legend, vs. $105 for the H20 + Harness. On the Bushnell website you can compare specs, and these look really similar.

In terms of physical size, the two are about the same. The image is adjusted the same. Both have right eye adjustment and eye relief adjustment. The grips on the H20s are a little bit thicker and softer, and I think have an edge in friendliness.

The major stated difference:
Close Focus (ft/m): 18ft vs 6.5ft

is strange because on my hands-on testing, I found it be more like 10ft for the H20 vs 6.5 ft for the Legend. So although the legend is better, it isn't that much better, to me.

The HD's have a slightly larger field of view, which I did notice, and which was nice.

In theory the H20s don't work with the screw-in tripod adapter, but it sure looks like they both have the same screw-in area for that. I didn't try a tripod adapter with either though.

Both have eye-side lense protectors that can attach to the strap, and both have the same rubber loop to keep the other side lense protectors attached.

The Legends come with a harness, which otherwise you can buy for about $20 separately. The harness won't work out of the box with the H20's, but with a little imagination you can get it to attach.

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