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Post by Ryan_W on Mon Nov 24, 2008 3:35 pm


The Phantom was designed to be a basic and entry level digital model. It does not have magnification and it does not have a video out port like the Stealthview and the Ranger. The Phantom is very well priced and the lack of magnification does aid in navigation. The Stealthview and Ranger do have an edge in image quality and overall range.

Yukon Phantom vs Bushnell StealthView

Post by Guest on Sun Nov 23, 2008 3:12 pm

I have read the positive reviews for the Stealthview and similar Yukon Ranger. Sound great.
Now I find this new Yukon Phantom.
How does it compare? I like the 1x for possible night navigation. (walking trails etc) Day/night seems useless as it's a 1x, but you can switch out lenses for magnification if I understand it correctly.

Bottom line, I want the best optics and if the Stealthview blows it away, my choice is made.