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Vivitar Binoculars

There is no such thing as the perfect set of binoculars. Eventual performance of a set of binoculars is influenced by many factors flowing from the design and hence it is very difficult to recommend one brand of binoculars as the market leader for typical uses. Vivitar binoculars are a safe choice for most users, and tend to meet most people's expectations of a good set of binoculars.

Vivitar concentrates on affordable binoculars. They commenced manufacturing in 1938 having been formed by two German immigrants called Ponder and Best, the name Vivitar was adopted in 1979.

There is a wide range of Vivitar binoculars and this is important as it allows you to make a choice on the right set of binoculars for you. When you select a set of binoculars you will be making a compromise over certain of the features. For the same price level greater magnification could be offset by a smaller viewfinder or less than bright image, clear, brighter images are achieved with less magnification. With the Vivitar binoculars range the specifications are clearly laid out so you can see what you will receive for your money.

Some of the main lines within the range are

Rubber armoured binoculars, these binoculars are made to be durable and fit well in a wet hand, they also have multi coated lenses. The design focuses on achieving higher resolution and image brightness with reduced lens flare.

Sport binoculars, as expected this line is specially designed for sports men and also astronomy enthusiasts. The design takes care to reduce potential shock damage and includes rubber padding to ensure a good grip on the binoculars in all seasons.

Porro classic series, durability is the name of the game with this line of binoculars. The differences between the left and right and I eyes is taken care of with a separate adjustment facility on the right hand lens. Centre wheel focusing enables a clear image to be established. To protect binoculars this range also comes with a lens cap, carrying pouch and neck strap.

Series 1 binoculars, these binoculars designed for long viewing periods and take care to reduce light refraction and lens flare. The design Chile uses premium quality materials and also has a Centre wheel for crisp focusing.

Vivitar binoculars give you the choice of a wide range and a selection of binocular types to meet the needs of most out door hobbyists and sportsmen.




Binoculars Buying Tip #1

Decide what type you need. There are several different types of binoculars and they have considerably different features. Zoom, stabilized and digital to give an example. Decide what type of binoculars you need to meet your needs before you start to look in greater detail.

Binoculars Buying Tip #2

Decide on your budget Binoculars lens quality has a big impact upon the final price. Before you fine tune your selection make sure you have set a budget for the features and type of Binoculars you need. You will avoid wasted shopping time if you have a budget you are working to.

Binoculars Buying Tip #3

Compact or Zoom.The larger the zoom the larger the binoculars tends to be the rule. The larger the lens size the brighter the image. Both these elements increase the size of the binoculars. Before you shop decide on the maximum physical size of binoculars you are happy with.

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