Explore Nature With Leica Binoculars
A quality pair of binoculars is an essential tool for the adventurous outdoors enthusiast, allowing you to scan a majestic mountain view or to spot a rare and fascinating bird at a distance. Leica continually works to improve its optics based on customer experience.What kinds of activities use binoculars?
Binoculars can be used in a variety of situations, whether indoors or out, including:
- Watching birds or other wildlife animals
- Camping, viewing the night sky, tracking, or sightseeing
- Concerts, festivals, operas, or other performances
- Sports games in fields, stadiums, or gymnasiums
Many different models are sold with a variety of features and specifications, including:
- Trinovid HD: This type is designed to be compact and durable with some models sporting a full rubber armor.
- Noctivid: These are built with Schott HT high-transmission glass for an optical experience similar to 3-D, but they are slim and short enough to rest in your hand.
- Duovid: This type enables viewers to choose two magnification factors. This flexibility can come in handy when observing things at a long range or in difficult light.
- Ultravid HD:These are fitted with AquaDura coating, which protects the lens from damage while offering clear vision in a variety of weather situations. Different magnification and brightness levels are available within this family.
It can be overwhelming to pick a pair that fits your needs with all of the options available, but finding the right pair will make a world of difference in your viewing experience whatever it may be. Following a few simple steps can help you narrow your choices.
- Select a size: Full-size models provide superior optics, a wider viewing field, and more light, which makes them ideal for bird-watching, but compact varieties offer a lightness that works well for backpackers.
- Select a magnification: Higher magnifications will give you a larger image, but it will be dimmer and harder to keep the image focused.
- Select a lens material: Lenses are available in glass or plastic. Plastic lenses are more durable, but the image quality is inferior.
- Select an eyepiece: The eyepiece positions the lens at various distances from your eyes, and customers may need to try different eyepieces before they find one that fits comfortably.
- Select a focusing mechanism: Center-post mechanisms, individual focusers, and focus-free models are available.