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Binoculars for Bidwatching

If youíre an avid birding enthusiast you know how important it is to have suitable birding binoculars.  So you must select the one thatís just right for you. And donít go thinking you can borrow your friendís. 

If youíre serious about birding you need to invest the time to finding your own binoculars that will work to your advantage.  Everyone is different and binoculars that are appropriate for someone else may not be best for you.

For example, the other person may prefer a larger pair of binoculars so they may own full-sized binoculars.  You, on the other hand, may want more compact binoculars; you may feel more at ease with something smaller and not as heavy.  So for your best birding, you should have bird watching binoculars that are lightweight and easy to hold because youíll be carrying them for many hours at a time.  Therefore, they should be of minimal weight and size--comfortable enough for you to carry.

Yet your binoculars should also be sturdy enough to withstand years of constant use (that is, if youíre at all serious in your birding and intend to pursue this thrilling past time). 

To get the most from your birding experience, youíll want binoculars that will allow you to see your subject without any glare; you want to make sure you get clear, crisp images. So will need binoculars that focus properly.  If your binoculars are not correctly focused or are out of alignment, you can experience dizziness or even eyestrain.  Itís important, therefore, to calibrate your binoculars before you start your birding experience.

What else should you take into consideration for your binoculars for bird watching?  Well, they must work well in dim light. Your binoculars should be able to display delicate details as well as bright images with good contrast and accurately reveal subtle colors.

Keep in mind, too, that if you wear glasses, when youíre buying binoculars you should test them with your glasses on.  You will need binoculars that will accommodate your glassesóone with long eye relief that will allow you to see the entire picture in view with your glasses on.

Itís therefore imperative that you try your birding binoculars before buying.  Make sure the fit is right for you. 


 

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