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    Saturday, September 24, 2011


      I was recently in the market for a new pair of Binoculars and when I first started shopping around, I was bewildered by the vast number of makes and models of Binoculars available these days. Since I received my first pair of Binoculars as a gift more than twenty years ago, I lacked experience shopping for the gadgets myself. I knew I had a lot to learn if I was going to invest my money wisely. I started by scouring the web for insights and product reviews. The good news is that there is a wealth of superb information out there, from tips and technical details to product reviews and side-by-side comparisons. The bad news is there is so much information available you may end up more confused after reading it all than you were to begin with. To temper my own confusion, I decided to put together a summary of the information I gathered from various sources (you'll find a complete list of my sources at the end of this article, each is well worth checking out). A recurring theme in binocular design is that there are trade-offs. You simply can't get everything all the time with one set of binos. For instance, if you opt for high magnification, you forfeit some of your field of vision and a bit of brightness. If you opt for low magnification, you forfiet detail but gain field of vision and brightness.