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Bushnell 4x30 Xtra-Wide Weather Resistant Porro Prism Binocular with 17.1 Degree Angle of View

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About Bushnell 13-0521 Porro Prism

Bushnell's 4x30mm xtra-Wide compact binoculars are the hottest ticket around for watching sporting events. They offer a field of view twice as wide as most binoculars, so you can see ALL the action - even a bullet pass down the sidelines that most viewers would just miss. In fact, with 4x30mm xtra-Wide compacts, the action is always in frame, and you won't even have to take your hand out of the peanut bag to follow it.

These auto-focus, compact binoculars come with a hip pack and deliver an impressive 900-foot field of view at 1,000 yards. They feature BaK-4 prisms, as well as fully multi-coated optics for high resolution and enhanced light transmission. Then, too, there's non-slip, rubber armor and a large center-focus knob to help you keep everything in precise focus, so you never miss a second of the action either in the end zone or onstage.

Bushnell 13-0521 Porro Prism Features

  • BaK-4 prisms for maximum light transmission
  • Fully multi-coated optics for sharp, clear views
  • Nonslip, rubber armor for secure grip
  • Lightweight at 1 pound

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There are very few low power/wide field of view binoculars made. I compared these to a Leupold and Bushnell Elite hunting rifle scope at the same power. I focused on a tree and sign approximatley 150 yards away. These binoculars were unable to show the fine details on the tree bark and the sign lettering was a a bit fuzzy. I will keep them knowing what their capabilities are and that there are no other choices.


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Daniel R  These do not have focus adjustment. I wear glasses and have different vision in each eye. Do I need to wear my glass to use them?
PAUL C  Yes you need to wear your glass,they will adjust . Best I've ever used love them!!
STEPHEN R. H  The binoculars are fixed-focus for people with 20/20 vision, or vision corrected to 20/20. My uncorrected nearsighted vision is 20/100 in one eye and 20/200 in the other. I wear contacts that correct my vision to 20/20, or close to it. My vision is quite sharp with contacts. I can use the binoculars when I wear contacts. The image is acceptable, but not as sharp as I would like. If I try them with uncorrected vision, objects at a distance are blurry, but closer objects are in focus. Seems to me this defeats the purpose of using the binoculars. To respond to your question, I tried them while wearing my glasses. The binoculars have rubber cups on the eyepieces. They prevent someone wearing glasses from getting close enough to the lenses to get a usable view. They can be folded down, but even then, with my glasses completely up against the lenses, my eyes were still not close enough to the lenses to get a workable image. The image appeared sharp, but the field of view was much smaller than normal. It just didn't work well. I've used them at a couple sporting events. They do provide a very wide field of view as advertised. My concern with them is that the really distant objects that I want to watch are not sharp enough. Mid-range objects are sharper, so the binoculars are fine for that. Before buying them, I tried two fixed-focus binoculars from other companies and had the same pretty-good-but-not-completely-sharp vision with them, so maybe my contacts don't correct my vision to the best acuity that is needed for using fixed-focus binoculars.
SUSAN G  There are no focus adjustments on these. We use them mainly at football games and love them. They have a great wide angle where we can see the whole play on the field. My husband wears a contact in one eye for distance and no contact in the other eye and he sees fine when he uses them. Hope that helps.
MARK M  I believe you will have to wear your glasses. These are great short distance, wide angle binoculars for events like golf tournaments, etc., but I do not believe they have individual diopters.
STEPHEN M  Yes you need to wear your glasses. Justt roll back the eye cups to get closer to the eye piece. Stephen
STEPHEN M  Auto focus gives the viewer the perfect view regardless of your personal eye prescription. It magnifies what you see wherever you look. They are truly amazing. Stephen
roger b  do you have to hold them or do they have temples so wear like glasses?
PAUL K  Yes, you have to hold them.
PETER L  You have to hold them just like you would a more normally shaped pair of binoculars.
STEPHEN R. H  You have to hold them like regular binoculars.
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