Birding With Bushnell
Whether you're a beginner birdwatcher or a seasoned pro, Bushnell has the perfect binoculars for you. Our binoculars are designed to help you see birds in even the most difficult conditions.
Great Image Quality
With a combination of great glass and innovative coatings, Bushnell binoculars maximize and balance color contrast, image resolution and light transmission to ensure you see every detail in any lighting condition.
Built To Stand Up To The Elements
Our binoculars are made from durable materials, so they can withstand the elements. If something were to go wrong, you’re covered by the Bushnell Ironclad Warranty.
Get The Best Binoculars With The Best Field Of View
Our binoculars offer a wide field of view, so you can see more of the bird without having to move your head. They also have high magnification, so you can get a close-up look at even the smallest birds.
Clarity In Any Condition
EXO Barrier, quite simply, is the best protective lens coating technology Bushnell has ever developed. Added at the end of the coating process, EXO Barrier molecularly bonds to the lens and its microscopic pores in the glass. The result is an ultra-slick coating that repels water, oil, fog, dust and debris - rain, snow fingerprints and dirt will not stick. EXO Barrier is built to last: the bonded coating will not fade from the passage of time or normal wear and tear.
Optimal Binocular Configuration
The 8x42 configuration is the perfect compromise that provides image stability, wide field of view and above the recommended 5x Objective to Zoom ratio for light collection. The 8x magnification provides a short close focus, so you can see birds near and far.
Spotters For Long Distance Viewing
Use of a Spotting Scope and tripod allows stable long term viewing without the risk of arm fatigue. The variable zoom in a Spotter allows for quick acquisition of the bird with the ability to zoom in for exquisite detail.
Other Recommended Products
Consider the weight of the binoculars. If you will be doing a lot of walking or hiking, you will want to choose a harness or tripod that is lightweight and easy to use.
Photographer John Huse
John Huse is a wildlife and nature photographer, most weekends he is traveling around Bella Vista, Arkansas, Oklahoma or Missouri photographing wildlife or nature. John has been involved in photography since grade school using his father's cameras, one of which he still uses when he wants to photograph with film. John has been an outdoorsman his entire life and has been working in the outdoor industry for over 25 years. John is a member of the Bella Vista Photography Club and currently is the Competition Chair. John enjoys helping others learn photography through the Photography Club.
More of John's photography can be seen on his Facebook page.