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Bushnell Stealthview 5x42 vs Yukon Ranger 5x42 - Digital NV

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Bushnell Stealthview 5x42 vs Yukon Ranger 5x42 - Digital NV

Postby Bubba on Mon Oct 15, 2007 3:01 am

Just wondering why the price difference. They both have the same specs and look to be the same device, just in slightly different cases.

Is the Yukon better than the Bushnell, and if not, why is it more expensive?
Bubba
 

Postby Ryan_W on Mon Oct 15, 2007 3:34 pm

Hi,

Cosmetically, there is very little difference between the two units. In use, however, there is a noticeable difference. The Yukon Digital Night Ranger Has a much sharper resolution than the Bushnell Stealthview. The Yukon also has a greater range, and a closer focal capability at 5 feet. The Bushnell Stealthview has a port for a DC power adapter. Bushnell does not make an adapter to fit the unit. You would have to take it to your local electronics store to find an adapter that works. The Yukon Digital Night ranger, for that extra cost, comes with the DC power adapter (AC power adapter is rumored but not confirmed) sharper resolution and a better close focus distance.
Best regards,

Ryan W.


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