joanna wrote:Yes, I know the Bushnell 20x50 binoculars is not waterproof. And the weight is 30oz, I don't know whether it is a little heavy to you if you handheld all the time. I want to share my experience with you. A few days, I visited Eyeskey and found a 10x42 binoculars is very good. I'm interested in it. It is waterproof, and the appearance also looks nice. I don't know if this fits your taste. If you're feel, you can search it.
http://www.opticsplanet.com/bushnell-le ... 21225.html
how is that 10-22X50 work?... the zoom range 10-22?.. it should be adjusted manually or something like that?. thanks.
Optically, zooms are always inferior to fixed power binoculars at any given magnification. Also, keep in mind that all 20x binoculars will require a tripod for the sake of steadiness, fixed or zoom and, the higher the magnification, the harder the binocular is to use.
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