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Olympus Tracker 10x25 Porro Prism Compact & Lightweight Binocular
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- 10x magnification and 25mm objective lens
- Field of view: 91 meters (at 1,000 yards)
- High-index prisms for a bright, crisp image
- Compact and lightweight for portability
- Twisting eyecups for personal comfort; central focus knob and dioptric correction
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|Exit Pupil Diameter||2.5 mm|
|Item Dimensions||5 x 3 x 4.9 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.85 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.62 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.84 pounds|
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|Objective Lens Diameter||—||32 millimeters||25 millimeters||25||25|
Binocular, tracker PC I 10X25
With its compact, lightweight, and sleek design, you can take the Olympus Tracker binocular anywhere and still enjoy the great view. With a 10x magnification and an objective lens diameter of 25mm, faraway images will be in sharp detail with brilliant clarity. The lens itself is made from special optical material to protect your eyes from harmful UV rays, while the full multicoating keeps maintains brightness and contrast.
The BaK-4 prisms have a high refractive index for complete edge-to-edge clarity. The center knob is in perfect placement for your fingers to comfortably adjust the focus. The built-in dioptric correction adjusts for individual eyesight so everyone can use the binocular to its full potential. The Tracker also has eyecups that twist up and down, allowing each user to personalize the binocular to their comfort, while the long eye relief is a necessary feature for eyeglass wearers.
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The Olympus Trackers were my favorite of the three, and the $20 more I paid for these versus the Alpen is money very well spent. The eye pieces (which have caps), rotate out to provide a much deeper eye relief, making it much easier to focus these binoculars. The optics are perfect, and adjustments easy to make. The Trackers are less bulky and the sleek silver body makes them much more refined looking than the Alpen (which looked like something you take in the woods). I was able to pick these up and adjust them to my preferences in half the time it took for the Alpen PRO's, and as icing on the cake, the streamlined, padded plastic case is far more attractive than the basic canvas case of the Alpen.
Overall, I rate the Olympus Tracker my favorite out of these three. All had excellent optics for a compact binocular, but the Olympus was easier to use, felt better, and looked better overall. Consider the Alpen if you're looking for something that's weather resistant and with a slightly larger viewing angle, but if these are not important features, the Olympus Trackers will be a much better choice at a similar price.
Believe me I talk form experience from Zeiss, Audubon, Swift, Kowa, have a dozen of binoculars from decades of bird watching. I have seem the technology change dramatically from porro prism to roof prism. The clarity and optics are fantastic today. I and going back to 1959 when I met Roger Tory Peterson (RIP). I carry binoculars in my car, on my motorcycle, one on my desk at home. I wanted to try these little Olympus and to my surprised they are wonderful. Light, clarity, just so handy to pick up and they weigh so little to hold. I am very please with these little gems. Obviously I have scopes and larger optics for long range viewing. But I can tell pretty much with my little 10x25 what I am seeing even raptors. Of course the older we get the heavy the binoculars are to hold and steady I just think they add a touch of delight to a quick grab and look and see.
One thing to keep in mind is that the Olypus Tracker binonculars have eye cups that rotate-out to keep your eyeballs from touching the lens. You twist both eyecups out before using them. On many budget binoculars, that rotating process is used for adjusting the diopter focus. But with these binoculars, you twist the eye cups out first on both eyes, then there is a little lever behind the eyepiece ring on the right eye for focusing that eye independently from your left eye.
Also, be aware that these come with a cheap neck strap. Fortunately I saved the strap from my previous pair that broke. Overall, these are good binoculars at a decent price. I would not buy anything cheaper unless you're giving them to kids.
I admit that I am not an expert on binoculars and this item is replacing a very old 7x35 set I've had forever. I bought these basically on the reviews posted here.
However, now that I have them my wife and I are amazed at how clear and bright the images are, focusing is a snap. Plus, they are small binoculars, easy to carry but are easily adjusted to different eye/face sizes.
These are perfect for bird watching in our backyard, airshows, stadium and other events.
I'm happy to own them.