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Bushnell Legend 8x42 Porro Prism Binoculars 190842 Product Info
Bushnell Legend 8x42 Porro Prism Binoculars 190842 belong to well-known Bushnell Legend Binoculars series. For those who prefer the traditional style of a porro prism bino, this Legend lineup is a crowd pleaser. Like the Legend roof prism models, Rainguard and premium BaK-4 prisms top the list of features to brag about ? delivering crisp, clear images in rain, snow and fog. The textured, grippy rubber-armored housing not only stands up to hard use but provides a firm grasp in wet conditions. Offered in three magnifications, from powerful, long-range12 x 50s to compact, wide-angle performers.
Like Bushnell Legend roof prism models, Legend porro prism binoculars feature fully multi-coated optics, so every lens surface on the inside and out is specially treated to reduce light reflection and significantly increase brightness and image clarity. Bushnell's wide-angle porro prisms are made from premium-quality BaK-4 glass, which delivers a significantly brighter and clearer image ? from edge to edge.
Specifications of Bushnell Legend 8 x 42 Porro Prism Binoculars 19-0842:
Power x Obj.:
FOV, ft.@1000yds. / m@1000m:
Close Focus, ft./m:
Exit Pupil, mm:
Adapt to Tripod:
Features of Bushnell Legend 8 x 42mm Porro Prism Binoculars 190842:
BaK-4 porro prisms
Fully multi-coated optics allow maximum light transmission for optimum brightness
Heavy-duty, 100% waterproof / fogproof construction
Rainguard water-repellent lens coating
Twist-up eyecups allow quick adjustment for optimum eye relief
Pop-up eyecups on compacts
Large center focus knob for precise focusing even when wearing gloves
FOR THE MONEY YOU CAN'T BEAT THESE BINOS. BRIGHTER AND GLEARER THAN MUCH MORE EXPENSIVE MODELS AND BRANDS.THE PORRO PRISM DESIGN IS BULKIER THAN THE ROOF PRISM DESIGN BUT I LIKE THE DEPTH OF FIELD THAT THE PORRO PRISM DESIGN PROVIDES(OBJECTS LOOK 3D)...
The Binoculars are fine and a good value for viewing.The One glaring drawback is that it is virtually impossible to attach the neck strap provided to the binocular itself.The built in point of attachment on the binocular is so small and SOOO recesse...
We love the Budhnell Legeng Porro's, which we purchased for casual bird watching. Our family own's four pairs of different sizes. In this price range, I don't know of another binocular that is similar in quality.
Pros: great light and resolution
I really like the idea of having a pair of binoculars that will focus at about 10 feet. Good for looking at birds on the feeder just outside the window.
The focus adjustment is pretty stiff, it takes a bit to change from close up views to far away ...
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Most Recent Review
June 30, 2010
I recent bought this one,I think the weight of legend 8x42 porro should be 850g,not the weight 680g. And in mountains(lower pressur environment),the focus adjustment isn't easy to control(especially compressing the nitrogen inside),maybe it was due t...