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Learn More About Bushnell Binoculars

Learn More About Bushnell Binoculars

Go bold: Discover clear vision and an up-close view from far away with performance-ready Bushnell® binoculars and other Bushnell hunting optics.

Bushnell® binoculars deliver a firm grip and an unbeatable view, whether you are bird watching, on the hunt or sitting high up in a stadium. Find binoculars with superior magnification and definition for crisp, bright vision with every use.

Find the right pair of binoculars for you. Concert-goers might opt for compact spectator binoculars for taking in a show, while hunters and marksmen can turn to high-performance binoculars that keep their target in eyeshot.

Select from Bushnell® binoculars with a 10x or 8x magnification and above. Also, consider models with porro prisms or roof prisms.

Porro prisms show brighter images, but often make the binoculars larger. A roof prism aligns the lens in a straight configuration, which makes the set of binoculars smaller, but images less bright.

Find small, sleek binoculars from Bushnell® that are easy to stash away on the go, or larger, precision-ready binoculars for your excursion.

Consider these essential factors when making your purchase.

  • Magnification and lens diameter
  • Brightness
  • Prisms
  • Field of View
  • Focus

Look for binoculars that are easy to use, quick to adjust, and stand up to the elements. Twist eyecups add comfort and convenience. Ensure that your binoculars are durable and resistant to weather: Waterproof and fogproof binoculars withstand any condition.

The right pair of binoculars will provide you with unparalleled clarity.

Look for binoculars with coated lenses to deliver a brighter, higher contrast image. Generally, binoculars with a magnification of 6x30 are ideal for viewing a concert, theater or opera. Starwatching, hunting and general purpose binoculars typically provide a magnification of 7x35. Long-distance bird watchers might opt for a pair with magnification of 8x40.

Non-slip rubber on your binoculars provides grip and shock absorption for easy handling.