Question about Bushnell "Insta-Focus" Binoculars
If you do an image search for Nikon Mikron and the one you have looks the same then you have a Bushnell copy from the 1950's called the Palm Pocket. These appeared in the 1950's. The 6x18 was available from 1951. The 7x18 and can be found in the Bushnell 1958 catalogue. By the 1965 catalogue they had gone from the product line up. If you look around the body of the binoculars you may find a code beginning with JB or JL followed by a number. This number will give the name of the Japanese manufacturer who made them for Bushnell. If you get the number go here for the codes
The Palm Pocket came in 7x18 and 6x18 designs. A larger model the Broadfield was available with 25mm objectives
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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