Many situations arise where you might need a good pair of binoculars, and some of the main features you'll read a lot about are the size of the objective lenses, which affects the amount of light gathered by the bino and the lens coatings, which greatly affect how much of that light actually passes through the lenses. The binoculars on this page were all selected because they work amazingly well at night. Low light binoculars are full size and weight for comfortable viewing and performance in twilight conditions. Unlike night vision binoculars which amplify light electronically, these night observation binoculars have really high levels of light transmission so you can see a natural image at dusk and dawn. For an even brighter image, these night binoculars feature large objective lenses with a large exit pupil. The extra size allows continued viewing long after other sizes of binoculars no longer work. Binoculars with smaller objective lenses can be great for a lot of situations, but when there is less light you need to make sure as much as possible passes through your binos so you can see details. These low-light binos are great for home security, law enforcement, and wildlife observation.