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Yes, they can, and more than just the moon. I have this 10x50 UpClose pair as well as their 15x70 Skymasters. These work well for stargazing, and BETTER than the skymaster in some regards. Of course the skymaster has a closer, slightly brighter image, but these can see all of the same things. And the wider field of vie… see more Yes, they can, and more than just the moon. I have this 10x50 UpClose pair as well as their 15x70 Skymasters. These work well for stargazing, and BETTER than the skymaster in some regards. Of course the skymaster has a closer, slightly brighter image, but these can see all of the same things. And the wider field of view is better for certain things. The skymaster pair is HUGE in comparison, and without a GOOD tripod/mount or being able to hold it steady, can be harder to use. The 10x50's are much easier to hold and maintain a steady image. Hand held, the 15x70's give you a 'better' view for a shorter time, and the 10x50's give you a 'good' view for a longer time. see less
By JC on December 22, 2013
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Grifiti Nootle Quick Release Pipe Clamp with 1/4 20 Threaded Head for Cameras and Nootle Ipad Mounts Works for Tripods, Music Stands, Microphone Stands, Any Pipe or Bar That Is up to 1.5 Inches in Diameter Also Motorcycles, Bikes, and More
By oleg on December 18, 2013
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It's not that good, over time I developed some skills to hold it steady, but it's hard.
By Amazon Customer on April 29, 2015
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No. at $29 do not even expect it to be condensation and fog proof. If you want waterproof, go for the Olympus, Nikon or Pentax ones that Mention that they are waterproof.
By ammark19xx on July 15, 2015
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Porro - prism binoculars are most identifiable by their unique shape. The inner design of the prism, which involves several types of reflective surfaces, creates a unique pathway for light. The light travels in a curved manner, as the eyepiece is slightly offset from the front lens. This necessary shape forces the larg… see more Porro - prism binoculars are most identifiable by their unique shape. The inner design of the prism, which involves several types of reflective surfaces, creates a unique pathway for light. The light travels in a curved manner, as the eyepiece is slightly offset from the front lens. This necessary shape forces the large barrels of the binoculars to jut out to the side, creating a larger instrument. As a result, porro-prism binoculars are bulkier than their more recent counterparts, and can sometimes feel uncomfortable in the hand. However, people with larger hands often find porro-prism binoculars suit them well, as they feel sturdy and stable in a broad palm. Porro-prism binoculars are typically constructed entirely using reflective surfaces inside the prism. This means that when light enters the prism, none is lost or absorbed on non-reflective surfaces. Because all of the light passes through to the eyepieces, a bright image is produced. The resolution of porro-prism binoculars is also high. This occurs because images are not forced to split when passing through the prism, which is what occurs in roof-prism binoculars. In porro-prisms, images remain whole as they move to the eyepiece, allowing the user to see a high-quality reproduction of the outdoors. see less
By Mark in Pa. on October 4, 2014
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Most certainly! You should have absolutely NO issues in viewing objects in that range.
By fireant911 on June 1, 2014
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Yes, but is very unistable to see what you want to look.
By Mr.Torres from PR on January 23, 2015
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Yes. Each eye can be focused separately.
By Amigo on December 25, 2013
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You can see the moon pretty well with these, but it's a lot closer to Earth than Jupiter. You can see Jupiter and it's moons though, but nowhere near close enough to see its red spot. Through this magnification Jupiter is still pretty much just a bright dot and the moons are four tiny dots around it.
By JC on May 8, 2014
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Yes Gloria I believe they would work just fine for that .
By Michael on January 15, 2015