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Bushnell Falcon 10x50 Wide Angle Binoculars (Black)
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- Quality optics with stunning HD clarity
- 100% quality materials used and tested extensively
- Beautiful design and durability built to last
- Boasts durable design and rubberized, abrasion-resistant finish
- Porro prism and coated lenses provide sharp viewing
- 10X magnification, 50-Millimeter lens diameter, and auto focusing Porro prism
- 25-Feet close focusing distance, 27-Ounce weight
- 9-Millimeter eye relief and 5-Millimeter exit pupil, 300-Feet field of view at 1000 yards
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- Soft, fold down eyecups
- Rubber armoring
- Coated optics
- InstaFocus lever for rapid focusing
- 10 power brings objects 10 times closer
- 50mm objective lens provides superior brightness and clarity
- 300' field of view @ 1000yds
- Case and strap included
Bushnell is the leading brand in high-performance binoculars, and the Falcon series offers powerful magnification at an economical price. Versatile, and ideal for stadium sports, bird-watching, hunting, and many other outdoor applications, the 10x50 model boasts a durable design and rubberized, abrasion-resistant finish. An InstaFocus lever provides smooth feedback, with just enough tension to fine-tune magnification, while a Porro prism and coated lenses provide sharp viewing. For those who wear eyeglasses, or sunglasses on bright days, clever fold-down eyecups protect your lenses from scratching.
Making Eye Adjustments (Figure 1):The distance between the eyes, called “interpupillary distance,” varies from person to person. To achieve perfect alignment of lens to eye, follow these simple steps.
How to Adjust for Individual Eye Strength:Bushnell Falcon binoculars utilize the “Insta-Focus” focus system. "Insta-Focus" binoculars have a central focusing lever between the barrels. Focus at any far or near distances can now be attained simply by pressing the “Insta-Focus" lever.
Eye Cups (Figure 3):Bushnell Falcon binoculars are fitted with rubber fold-down eyecups designed for your comfort and to exclude extraneous light. If you wear sun/eyeglasses, roll down the eyecups. This will bring your eyes closer to the binocular lens thus providing improved field of view.
Handy fold-down eyecups prevent prescription glasses and sunglasses from scratching
Top Customer Reviews
However, don't think you're getting high-quality construction for that money. These literally disintegrated on me on a recent international trip where they were subjected to neglible abuse (they were mostly carried around in a small backpack on long hikes and sometimes tightly packed in my suitcase). The shaft that couples the two eyepieces to the focusing mechanism is held together with flimsy plastic on both ends, and one of the ends simply snapped off, leaving me with an unusable set of binoculars.
The warranty on these is laughable (you have to pay to ship these - at a cost that's well over half the cost of buying a new pair - to Bushnell where they determine whether it's a manufacturer defect and, if so, send you a repaired item in a few weeks), so my options were to buy a new pair or to try to repair these on my own. I opted for the latter.
In so doing, I took a look inside. It looks like Bushnell cut every corner possible when throwing these together. Most metal edges have been poorly milled, resulting in uneven surfaces. A white adhesive substance has unevenly and sloppily been applied inside to hold the optics assembly together. Not encouraging.
That said, I'd buy these again. Even if I burn through one of these every year due to the shoddy construction, I'd have to go a decade of doing so before I'd have spent enough to equal the cost of a well constructed pair of binoculars that gave me 10x50 magnification.
Enough of the moon, already. I wanna see something I don't see on a regular basis. A quick scan of Orion showed some nebulosity visible, even above city lights. They feel steady. I'm looking forward to more star time.
I didn't notice any chromatic aberation. I have only three minor complaints:
1) No tripod socket for making sure that kids can see what you want them too see. No socket was promised ... so this is not a really fair complaint.
2) Lens caps are cheap and tend to fall off. Watch out for them. It wouldn't have cost that much more to manufacture better lens caps--Bushnell ought to fix this one.
3) I would have designed the adjustable lens with a broader range of diopters for those of us who don't quite see as well as we used to.
All in all, a great pear of binocs for searching the night sky.
wide angle view.
Have tripod adapter.
Easy to adjust
The not so good:
The lens caps could be attached somehow to the binoculars
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love them. Got 6 different pairs and tried them all and kept this and a more expensive pair.Published 2 days ago by I don't want you to know who I am
Great field of vision. Using on the job. Let's see how durable they are......Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
They did not work. My family wanted to see close ups at high school productions. These are meant for outdoors.Published 4 days ago by Helena Feinberg
THESE BINOCULARS ARE A HUGE DISAPPOINTMENT. They performed for perhaps 2 days before they went whacko. Read morePublished 4 days ago by rascal
I got this pair of binoculars last year, because we prepared to go to fish in the sea. A binoculars can be helpful. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Adam R
I needed to adjust collimation, but now the binoculars perform well.Published 11 days ago by Mike Fletcher