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Bushnell is the leading brand in high-performance binoculars, and the Falcon series offers powerful magnification at an economical price. Versatile, and ideal for stadium sports, bird-watching, hunting, and many other outdoor applications, the Bushnell Falcon 7×35 Binoculars boasts a durable design and rubberized, abrasion-resistant finish. An InstaFocus lever provides smooth feedback, with just enough tension to fine-tune magnification, while a Porro prism and coated lenses provide sharp viewing. For those who wear eyeglasses, or sunglasses on bright days, clever fold-down eyecups protect your lenses from scratching. A convenient storage case with straps is also included
Features of the Bushnell Falcon 7×35 Binoculars
The Bushnell Falcon 7×35 Binoculars come in a neat little box that contains a number of accessories. They also come with a handy case. This case is useful for keeping the binoculars safe when not in use. While out in the field, it is great to have a way to protect the binoculars form dust when not in use. Besides the casing, the Bushnell Company has included a neck strap.
This is a great way to carry the binoculars with ease. The strap is fitted with padding material to protect the skin around the neck form chaffing. The strap is also useful when one wants to free up their hands for other activity such as making sketches of birds or taking neat pictures.
Bushnell Falcon 7×35 Binoculars can magnify objects up to seven times. They feature 35 mm objective lenses. The resolution from these lenses is amazing. They offer great clarity about the feature of a bird for instance, from up to a hundred yards.
One does not to strain their eyes in order to get this clarity. The binoculars are truly worth more than what one pays for. Clearly, the designer put a lot of effort into combining low price with high quality.
The optics on the Bushnell Falcon 7×35 Binoculars are fully coated, featuring the porro prism design. BK-7 glass is used in designing the glass, which is great for performance of these binoculars. The single later coating of the optics is awesome for allowing a lot of light through.
Even during cloudy weather, these binoculars are great for spotting birds. The binoculars feature auto focus. In addition, one can use an auto focus lever on these Great Binoculars for a greater level of clarity.
They feature an amazing rubber external coating that offer protection form minor falls. In addition, this rubber exterior is great for handling the binoculars. They are just the right size to fit snuggly in the palm of the hands.
However, trying to fit the in the pocket may prove a challenge. In addition, the InstaFocus is easy to manipulate. It does not get stack and moves rapidly to provide auto focus. Consequently, one does not miss first moving objects such as birds. Besides the compact design, they are also quite light.
Fold Down Eye Cups
This was quite thoughtful of the Bushnell Company. In addition to the foldable eyecups, they feature 12 mm eye relief. This feature is great for people who use eyeglasses. It can be quite disheartening to have to take off one’s eyeglasses every time they go bird viewing.
It results into loss of the clarity one was looking for. These binoculars have been designed with those who use eyeglasses in mind In addition; one can focus in on objects as close to twenty feet away.
Wide Field of View
The Bushnell Falcon 7×35 Binoculars have quite a wide field of view. This allows one to spot a wide range of bird or other world life. Using binoculars with a narrow field can be quite disastrous. At the end of the day, one may not manage to capture anything.
Combined with the auto focus, this wide field of view will make for some awesome time in the bushes. The field of view is an astounding four hundred and twenty feet from a thousand yards.
- 7X magnification
- 35-millimeter lens diameter
- Auto focusing Porro prism
- 20-foot close focusing distance
- 21-ounce weight
- 12-millimeter eye relief
- Five-millimeter exit pupil
- 420-foot field of view at 1,000 yards