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January 22, 2018

The 5 Best Cruise Binoculars to Buy

Cruise binoculars is a must if you want to observe dolphins, whales or fishes breaching on the ocean. Human eyes have limited eyesight power and you can’t see the spectacular sight if it is too far away. With a pair of binoculars, you can see every detail vividly from far away. The following are the 5 best binoculars for a cruise that you can buy.

1. Vanguard Endeavor ED Binoculars

Vanguard Endeavor ED Binocular is available in two models including 8 x 42 and 10 x 42. The 8 x 42 model offers a wider field of view and can cover up to 367 foot at 1000 yards. On the other hand, the 10 x 42 model can only cover 340 feet at 1,000 yards. It has a focus knob that allows you to quickly change the focus from a minimum of 0.75 to infinity.

Vanguard Endeavor ED Binocular is for people who don’t have close set eyes because it supports an interpupillary distance in between 58 – 74mm. The eye cups can be fully adjusted to fit your eyes or eyeglasses.

As an open bridge binocular, you can wrap your hands around the binoculars when viewing objects in a distance. The entire binocular is covered with black faux leather that offers ergonomic grip. You will find it comfortable to hold no matter if you have a big or small hand.

The optics lenses are fully multi-coated with Bak4. It also features an anti reflection AR coating. The V-Max silver coating on the ED glass allows you to see the details from far distance in bright and brilliant color. The outer part of the binocular is waterproof while the inner part is fog-proof.

2. Bushnell H20 Waterproof/Fogproof Porro Prism Binocular

Bushnell H20 Waterproof/Fogproof Porro Prism Binocular offers an image clarity that is even better than that of expensive binocular. It features a large lens with a diameter of 50 mm allowing you to see HD quality image during viewing. With a 7x50mm magnification configuration, you can easily spot small details of from a far distance.

The specs for the magnification and lens diameter meets the minimum requirements of the Coast Guard. This makes the binoculars suitable for use in spotting any object far away on the sea such as spotting whale/dolphin, and rescuing people in the sea.

It features Bak-4 multicoated lens that provide a wide field of view of about 376 feet at 1000 yards. The porro system allows maximum light to enter so that you can see the images vividly. The close focus feature allows you to observe close spots up to 25 feet distance.

Bushnell Marine binoculars is completely waterproof and can endure numerous spray of water from the ocean without any problem. The rubber coating allows the binocular to easily float above the water when it accidentally drops into the water. The 18mm eye relief measurement means anyone wearing glasses can use the binoculars at ease.

3. Nikon 7245 Action 10×50 Ex Extreme All-Terrain Binocular

Nikon 7245 Action 10×50 Ex Extreme All-Terrain Binocular is suitable for use in observing long or close distance for long hours. The non slip rubber coating gives you a firm grip when you are on a boat outing and water keeps splashing in from the ocean waves. It is completely weatherproof and can endure external impacts like water and fog. Around the binocular, there is a polycarbonate shell that can absorb some shocks from the external impacts.

The lens are Bak-4 coated. Theanti-reflective coating prevents you from seeing any reflection on the lens. The low light performance feature offers sharp and vivid image when you are performing the observation at dawn or dusk. The lens are eco-friendly and made from lead free material. The aspherical eye lens prevent you from seeing a distorted image.

It features a generous eye relief anywhere from 17.1 mm – 17.8 mm. This makes the binocular decent for people who wear old fashion glasses. The eye cups can be adjusted by turning it up and down. The intermediate settings on the eye cup is suitable for people who wear eyeglass while the fully extended setting is for people who don’t wear eyeglass.

4. Wingspan Optics Skyview Ultra HD 8×42

Wingspan Optics Skyview is one of the best pair of best binoculars for a cruise by Polaris Optics. It offers a great optics system with the lens featuring Bak4 prisms coating and multilayer of HD coating. The ED glass offers clear and sharp images even if you are observing in a low lit condition.

It is lightweight and weigh just 25.6 oz making it comfortable to hold for long hours. You can also fix it onto a Tripod if you don’t want to hold the binocular in your hands. The neckstrap is comfortable and will not put any strain on your neck if you wear it for long hours.

It offers a magnification of up to 8m making it perfect for watching marine mammals on the ocean. It offers quite a large field of view of 393 feet at 1000 yards. It is completely waterproof allowing you to have uninterrupted observation during raining. You also won’t have to deal with fogging problem as the lens are fog proof. It comes in a hard case where you can put away for storage when not using it.

5. Canon 18×50 Image Stabilization All Weather Binocular w/Case

Canon 18×50 Image Stabilization All Weather Binocular is designed for all kinds of outdoor activities. It offers a magnification of up to 18x and an objective diameter of 50 mm. The built in image stabilization technology is perfect for performing long range observation.

It can continue to provide clear image even when you shake the binoculars. It allows you to get the real picture with just one push of a button. The technology allows you to see far away objects like the stars so close like you can almost touch them.

The well-built construction makes it suitable for performing observation on a boat that has a lot of movement. The high quality lens allows you to see images from a far distance vividly in bright colors. The binocular features an eye relief of 15mm so people who wear glasses should be able to use it without any problem.

It is heavy and weigh about 1.18 kg but you can attach it to a tripod. It does not come with any strap but you can attach it yourself. If you want to attach a strap, make sure to get a thick neoprene support that can provide adequate support.

Conclusion

In conclusion, getting a good pair of binoculars is worthwhile every penny of your money if you want to have an unforgettable experience. The best binoculars for a cruise offer crisp, clear image; and the image will always be stable even when you are shaking the binoculars.



Source by Zirkon Kalti

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