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Nikon Action 7x50 EX Extreme ATB Binocular
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on November 28, 2013
Purchased these Binoculars almost two years ago, specifically for stargazing. I can not believe how much light these binoculars gather. For example, with the naked eye I may see a lone star in a given point in the night sky, but using these binoculars that same star is no longer alone but is surrounded by dozens of other stars. Both at night and daytime, images are sharp, bright and well defined.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on October 28, 2012
Although a little heavy, these binoculars are great. What I really like is the adjustable eyepieces that work well with my glasses. They met all our expectations for our outdoor adventures, watching wolves in Yellowstone and our favorite bird haunts. We worked out the weight with a great harness that takes the weight off your neck and puts it mid-back.
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on May 23, 2014
Purchased these in preparation for the 2014 Deer season in Georgia. Most of the hunting I do is from tree or tower type stands located in the woods or on the edges of meadows surrounded by woods. Shot distance can range from 25 yards to over 250 yards, but the majority are 50 to 100 yards and in the low light conditions prevalent at dawn or dusk. Temperatures can range from warm to very cold and rain and snow are never out of the question.

All that said, I needed a set of binoculars that focus quickly, work in low light conditions, are usable for both short and long range situations and are rugged enough to handle all the above listed conditions. Not only that but, they had to be user friendly in consideration of the fact that I wear eyeglasses...................and Oh, they needed to be pocketbook friendly as well !

Extensive research pointed me to the Nikon Action 7X50 EX Extreme ATB Binoculars, which I then purchased from Amazon for $139.95. While hunting season is still several months in the future, I have tested these in low light conditions in the areas that I hunt and I have come away VERY IMPRESSED! They soak up all the light available in hunting situations, focus with ease and as a bonus have extraordinary eye relief (very important for a glasses wearer). Certainly you can spend a whole lot more money if you are of a mind, but you will be missing the tremendous VALUE that these Nikons offer.

Can't wait for hunting season!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on October 4, 2013
These binoculars were a surprise gift for my mom to bird watch, and she is thrilled with them! They are actually a bit larger and heavier than she needed, but she is managing! :-)
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on May 31, 2012
For the money these are great binos . Nice case and neck strap included and Nikons no hassle warranty . image quality very good in low light .
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on February 9, 2015
Great light gathering capabilities makes it perfect for dim conditions or star gazing.
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on February 11, 2014
I'm not sure if this is a fundamental design problem or just a case of a manufacturing defect however the left twist up eyecup came off my pair while removing the cover after only a few weeks of ownership. I've probably used them less then a dozen times. I put the cup back on but I believe a small ball bearing fell out that makes them lock at various stages. I would use the warranty if these weren't so new.

Its unfortunate because otherwise these are nice binoculars. They seem, other then the eyecups, very solidly built.
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on November 24, 2014
These are great for clarity and light gathering ability. I also have a pair of Nikon 10-22 X 50 and an older pair of Nikon 8X40. The 7X50 are my new go to binoculars. They are sharper and have a wider field of view than the 10-22X50. The sharpness makes up a lot for the less magnification. I'll switch to the 10-22X50s when I want more magnification, but these will be my primary glasses. The old 8X40s will be backup.
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on December 12, 2012
These are good, low priced binoculars. They came in a cheap, but solid case. I would not buy a case for these until you see the one that comes with them. For many people, this case will be good enough. These binoculars seem to be well made and have a good shock resistant coating on them. They have straps. They are about as heavy as you want binoculars to be without using a tripod.
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on August 17, 2013
I've had these for almost a year and they have exceeded my expectations. The image is so sharp and crisp compared to "cheap" binoculars I've used. Only downside is that I quickly lost the end caps (while stargazing without a flashlight!), since they are not attached.
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