We often hear from customers who are interested in upgrading to a better binocular than what they currently have. Fair enough. Once we deepen our interest in using binoculars, it is natural to be curious about something with a tad more optical quality. However, many will say, for example: “I have an [...]
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Most of today’s binoculars will allow you to separately adjust the focus on one eye (usually the right eye) with a diopter. This is done to compensate for differences between your eyes so you see the clearest image possible through your binoculars.
To make the diopter adjustment, pick a distinctive object to focus on that is [...]
When you look through your binoculars, the widest dimension you can see is known as the field of view. Field of view is measured in feet per 1000 yards. So if you were standing 1000 yards from a long picket fence for example, when looking through the binocular, you would see a portion of that [...]