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Optics | Answered 2 days ago | 25 views

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Firstly you can find out whether the rangefinder is designed for golfing or hunting. There are a number of poor reviews given because the buyer was using the rangefinder for the wrong purpose. For instance, if you are looking to easily find the flag on the green, you may want pin-seeker technology. Hunting rangefinders do not have this feature.

Optics | Answered 3 days ago | 21 views

Many activities that include the use of scopes such as binoculars, spotting scopes and riflescopes take place outdoors, often in damp, humid or foggy conditions. Having waterproof binoculars, spotting scopes or rifle scopes will eliminate your concerns about moisture damage, including fogged over inner optics that are sure to ruin your day out! Some waterproof binoculars can even withstand short submersion's in shallow water so even accidentally dropping them in a puddle on a hike won't matter.

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Night Owl Optics... | Answered on Apr 14, 2018 | 24 views

i think if thats the case your room mate stole the money too... dont know about your vid recovery problem though.

Optics | Answered on Apr 14, 2018 | 27 views

Below are the featuring points one must consider if you set up your mind to buy golf Range Finder.

  • Features
  • Maximum Distance Range
  • Size and Weight
  • Approval by USGA
  • Ease of Use
  • Budget
  • Customer Reviews

Optics | Answered on Apr 14, 2018 | 22 views

A monocular is a small, low-powered telescope that you hold in your hand like a set of binoculars. Using one eye, you can see through a monocular and look at far away objects when you are hunting, camping, or watching sporting events. You can also use a monocular as a magnifier to hold over text that is hard to read. You can select a monocular by looking at the magnification power as well as the size and weight of the monocular. You should also shop around for the monocular and try a few options so you can find one that is high-quality and within your budget.
The following article talks about how to Select the best monocular lens between your budget and needs.

Optics | Answered on Apr 14, 2018 | 34 views

Depends on the game you are playing. If the game accounts for bullet drop over distance, then yes. If not, then no.
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Optics | Answered on Apr 12, 2018 | 29 views

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The Optics | Answered on Apr 12, 2018 | 30 views

Fixya is unable to suggest 41cal. rimfire ammo sources.

Optics | Answered on Apr 12, 2018 | 24 views

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National... | Answered on Apr 11, 2018 | 28 views

Fixya is unable to suggest sources for 41 cal rimfire ammunition.

Optics | Answered on Apr 11, 2018 | 23 views

Bushnell Trophy Xtreme 16-48×50

The Trophy Xtreme is an all-purpose spotting scope. Need to set up for stationary hunting in the field? No problem. Want to glass from the comfort of your own truck? Done. The magnification picks up where binoculars stop, and it's more in line of what a hunter will realistically use. There's no point in going up to 60X here since quality will disappear the further out you go.
Bushnell stays smart and only offers practical features like its compact and lightweight specs, weatherproofing, and the upgraded warranty. Everything about the quality of this budget range screams Bushnell. Take this spotter to the extreme to tag that trophy this hunt! It might have to be the next hunt next year if you decide to pass on the Bushnell. Pass on being skeptical and check it out.

The Optics | Answered on Apr 10, 2018 | 25 views

Plug it in. Make sure the switch on the power supply at the back is on and then press that top left button.

Optics | Answered on Apr 09, 2018 | 28 views

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Crosman Optics | Answered on Apr 09, 2018 | 28 views

Spotting Scope is a type of telescope typically used for observing wild animals and birds. A spotting scope features more magnification than a conventional binocular but less than an astronomical telescope.
The utility of a spotting scope becomes most obvious when the identification of an animal going in a large herd is required. Figuring out a specific animal from other look-alike animals becomes easy with such a device. For digiscoping purposes, few things can beat the power of spotting scopes. It is possible by using binoculars or telescopes to take a closer look at birds or other animals, but if you want a precise view of your target animal, a spotting scope is preferable.
Spotting Scope Features Explained
  • Objective lens
    Objective lens, also known as the Front lens, determines the image quality at higher magnifications. The diameter of this lens ranges from 50-100mm in size. It is also called "Aperture" of the lens. It is wise to buy the highest size of the objective lens considering its weight. Larger lenses allow to pass more light and create more bright images. This means you will get higher image quality with the larger lenses.
  • Lens Coating
    Manufactures often apply the chemical coating, which is known as Lens Coating, on the lens to reduce noise and increase light transmission. They also offer "fully coated," "multi-coated" and "fully multi-coated" lens to improve image quality. The premium quality spotting scopes' lenses are multi-coated with multiple layers on the surface.
  • Focusing
    There are two types of focusing mechanism in the spotting scopes such as Helical and Knob focusers. The focusing characteristics determine how quickly you can focus on the object with maximum precision. Between these two options, the helical focuser is the finest option for birding as it can change magnification rapidly along with the movement of the bird. For hunting or spotting slower animals, Knob focuser is best as it gives you more precise information than the former one.
  • Eye relief
    The eyepiece remains at a little distance from the users' eyes. This distance is called the eye relief where the light rays transmitted from the object pass to enter into your pupil. The comfortable eye relief distance is about 15mm to see the full field view. This feature is very important for those who wear eyeglasses. Nowadays, manufacturers are offering long eye relief for those who need to wear eyeglasses for convenient viewing.
  • Image Quality
    You might have seen some designation on the glass label of the spotting scope such ED glass, APO glass, HD glass, Fluorite glass. These special qualities of glass will cost you more but create a huge difference in image quality comparing low-quality lenses. Remember, you must pay for the good quality images when it comes to buying any types of optical instruments.
  • Magnification
    The magnification of spotting scope is higher than standard binoculars and varies between 15x to 75x. The power of the eyepiece determines the magnification of the scope. The important fact you should know that image quality drops off as the magnification goes up. Even premium quality scopes also lose a little quality at the highest magnification.
The condition of the atmosphere has effects on birding, hunting and digiscoping too. Humidity, ever-moving air, dry climates, dust and so on hinders the magnification and image quality at large.

Optics | Answered on Apr 08, 2018 | 25 views

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The Optics | Answered on Apr 07, 2018 | 26 views

Rangefinder essential things for hunting. There are many rangefinders available on the market. Here I give One name for hunting lovers.
Sig Sauer Kilo 2000
The Sig Sauer Range finder yields 7 x magnifications which are the best thing any hunter would want. It allows you to focus even on the smallest target possible and never lets you to miss a shot. The 1000+ yards range works efficiently.The Sig focuses on maintaining a high standard in its material. The solid body of the rangefinder is built with magnesium with soft rubber adjusted to the top and bottom so that you do not lose the grip. The materials used are lightweight and durable also.

The Optics | Answered on Apr 07, 2018 | 27 views

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