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Model: PWV842
  • The all-metal chassis ensures ruggedness and durability in the harshest elements, meaning the chassis won’t crack in the extreme cold of winter, or disform in the intense heat of summer. The Powerview 2 8x42 boasts multi-coated optics, compact roof prism design, and easy to use confident grip all at an unbeatable price.
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Model: PWV821
  • The Powerview 2 8x21 durable aluminum alloy chassis wrapped in a modern exterior design at an affordable price. Folding Roof Prism design provides a more compact binocular for ease of use and convenient storage.
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Model: BS1832
  • When the action's fast and you don't want to miss the moment bring the 8x32 Spectator Sport binos. Powerful with a wide field of view, they'll get you close to the action without the need to focus so you can focus on what matters.
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Model: BS1825
  • Compact design and wide field of view make these binoculars highly versatile.
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$64.99
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Model: BS1735
  • The perfect combination of magnification (7x) and wide field of view (488 ft.) You'll never want to watch a live event without them.
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Model: BS1430
  • Low 4x magnification enables a massive 900-ft. field of view, the widest offered by Bushnell. It's the close as you can get to panoramic view with binoculars.
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Model: BS11250
  • Multi Coated Optics - Multiple layers of coatings on all lens surfaces increase light transmission and image brightness.
  • Nitrogen Purged Fog-Proofing - Nitrogen inside the scope ensures interior optical surfaces won't fog due to humidity or rapid temperature change.
  • PermaFocus Technology - Keeps distant objects permanently in focus, eliminating the need for constant adjustment.
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Model: BS11050
  • Built for comfortable long-range viewing, with 10x magnification and large, 50mm objective lenses.
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$84.99
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Model: BS11040
  • Classic roof-prism design combines with 10x magnification for optimal viewing experience.
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$104.99
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Model: BPR842
  • The Prime 8x42 binocular is the perfect blend of magnification and field of view, allowing easy viewing of moving animals and birds.
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$139.99
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Model: BPR1250
  • With a high 12X magnification and 50mm objectives to gather light, this binocular is a must have for spot and stalk hunter or the avid nature viewer.
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Model: BPR1028
  • This compact 10X binocular makes a perfect choice for hunters and nature viewers alike. The fully multi-coated optics, phase coated BAK-4 prisms, and Bushnell's patented EXO Barrier give a crisp, clear image in any condition.
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Nature Binoculars

Bushnell offers the best selection of nature binoculars to get the best look at your surroundings. From compact to full size, low to high magnification, we have binoculars to fit any taste and requirement, from beginners to enthusiasts.

There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to choosing the best binoculars for nature watching. There are numerous combinations of size and magnification to choose from, and each has its own merits.

For beginners, the best nature watching binoculars might be something compact or midsized. These options are relatively affordable, even when they are high-quality models. Generally, models that measure 8x42, like Bushnell Prime Binoculars , are the recommended choice. In addition to being a worthwhile investment, these smaller models are optimal nature trail binoculars because they are small and lightweight, making them easy to carry around while backpacking or hiking.

On the other hand, those who enjoy safaris and nature watching expeditions would be better off choosing something with a further reach. Larger models with 10x magnification work well for such long-distance animal spotting. Larger objective lenses may also be preferable in this case, as a lot of safaris are done during dawn and dusk hours when there is lower light.

Most binoculars used for nature watching do not require a tripod. Most often, the magnification on nature-watching binoculars is low enough that the image appears stable without a support. Nature watching is also normally done on the move, following a walking trail or trekking through the woods. In this case, a tripod would be awkward and excessive. It would be an extra thing to carry and would require constant setup and takedown.

On the other hand, a tripod may be necessary if the binoculars do have a high magnification level, or if the nature watching is more of a stationary activity. Holding larger binoculars for hours can cause fatigue and shaking. In this case, a tripod may be recommended and a spotting scope should also be considered. If you are setting up a permanent viewing location from your home then a spotting scope might be the better choice for long range viewing.

However, animals are not known for staying still too often. Fixing binoculars to a tripod limits the ability to follow a creature’s movement.

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