A PROFILE OF THE AMERICAN HUNTING OPTICS USER
- Hunting Optics 2003. McRae, Bill // Outdoor Life;Summer2003, Vol. 210 Issue 5, p97
Evaluates different models of binoculars for hunting. Alpen Apex 493; Brunton Epoch; Zeiss Victory; Nikon Venturer LX. INSETS: Full-Size Binoculars;Compact Binoculars;Spotting Scopes;Riflescopes
- High-class glass. Petzal, David E. // Field & Stream;Dec93, Vol. 98 Issue 8, p76
Presents hunting binoculars and scopes. Elimination of the prism; Brands and descriptions; Prices. INSET: Short shots (books), by D.E.P..
- Practical Optics. Zumbo, Jim // Outdoor Life;May2002, Vol. 209 Issue 3, p28
Discusses the types of optics for spotting and shooting game. Opinion on high-powered scope models; Views on roof-prism binoculars; Comments on spotting scopes.
- EYECUP OPERATION. McKEAN, ANDREW // Outdoor Life;Feb/Mar2016, Vol. 223 Issue 2, p20
The article offers pros and cons of the standard eyecup positions of the binoculars and how to adjust the height of binocular's eyecups.
- The Best For The West. Wells, Curt // Bowhunter;Jul2010, Vol. 39 Issue 8, p20
The article offers information on several hunting accessories that are stated to be helpful in Western hunting adventure such as Archer's Choice Max range-finder from Nikon Inc., 10x42 EL Swarovision binocular from Swarovski AG, and Leupold Golden Ring 12-40x60 spotting scope from company Leupold.
- Good looking. Carmichael, Jim // Outdoor Life;Dec95, Vol. 196 Issue 6, p73
Evaluates four hunting binoculars. Bausch & Lomb Elite; Leupold Gold Rings; Nikon's Criterion; Swarovski SLC MK III; Features including magnification, objective lens size, field of view, type of focusing and weight; Suggested retail price.
- Far out. Sullivan, Mark T. // Outdoor Life;Nov97, Vol. 200 Issue 4, p78
Features several types of binoculars used for hunting. Leica's Geovid 7X42 BD; Swarovski RF-1; Brunton Laser 70; Bushnell Yardage Pro 400; Price.
- Binocular Bargains. Barsness, John // Field & Stream;Aug2000, Vol. 105 Issue 4, p32
Features several binocular models used for hunting. Types of binoculars; Differences between roof-prism and porro-prism glasses; Details of the phase-correction coated Japanese and German-made roof prisms; List of prices; Significance of the resolution number on the efficiency of the binocular;...
- HUNTING OPTICS AS A SYSTEM. Henderson, Dave // Southern Sporting Journal;Dec2005, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p36
The article discusses the use of optics in hunting. When bargain optics could not differentiate a deer from a brush pile, their higher quality binoculars could pick them out. In a typical roof prism design, the light that reaches the eye has been split and recombined within the prism system,...