High quality waterproof DCF binoculars with BaK4 prisms.
The Visionary Wetland binoculars are designed for birdwatching and nature viewing.
The bincoulars are rubber armoured and fully waterproof - Visionary Wetland binoculars are quite at home in the tough outdoors!
High grade roof prisms, coated lenses give great clarity and colour.
Twist-up/twist-down eyecups for spectacle wearers.
Stock Availability: Available from stock
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This page updated: 18 September 2018
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|Excellent binoculars, excellent price. I know there are better binoculars, but I do not use them that often and could not justify spending hundreds on a pair.
For the image quality, I would class these as a bargain, they are much better than I would have expected.
eebc - Jamie.
|The Visionary Wetland are nice binoculars. We always tend to have trouble finding decent quality low cost binoculars, but these fit the bill nicely.
Thank you for your comments.
|Can these Visionary Wetland 10x42 binocs be mounted on a tripod if required? Looking for set of 6 binocs for my Scout group. Can you recommend a suitable low cost tripod ? Thanks and Best Wishes, Dick. ps: saw your ad in The Countryman magazine.|
eebc - Chris.
|Thank you for your enquiry.
The Visionary Wetland can be tripod mounted using a Roof prism L shaped bracket as the mounting is between the two objective lenses.
It depends upon how much the tripod would be used, a very low cost lightweight one like the First ST5 would be ok for occasional use, but something more substantial like the Pyser 510 would be better if it was going to be used more often.
|Are these binoculars water and fog proof?|
eebc - Jamie
|They are sealed and fully waterproof. I do not know if they are filled with any gasses to prevent internal fogging, but at this price I doubt it.|