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Procular australia - best spotting scope prices online

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A spotting scope is a small portable telescope with added optics to present an erect image, optimized for the observation of terrestrial objects. They are used for bird-watching, land viewing and other naturalist activities, for hunting, verifying a marksman's shots, surveillance, and for any other application that requires more magnification than a pair of binoculars. With a scope you can view across great distances and notice details that are nearly impossible to see with binoculars.

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Procular australia - best spotting scope prices online

  1. 1. Spotting Scope at
  2. 2. What is a Spotting Scope A spotting scope is a small portable telescope with added optics to present an erect image, optimized for the observation of terrestrial objects. They are used for bird-watching, land viewing and other naturalist activities, for hunting, verifying a marksman's shots, surveillance, and for any other application that requires more magnification than a pair of binoculars. With a scope you can view across great distances and notice details that are nearly impossible to see with binoculars.
  3. 3. Binocular, Spotting Scope or Telescope If you are just getting started with birding or hunting then binoculars would probably work best. Binoculars are more compact, portable and intuitive to use. They are also good for travel and a variety of other uses. As you become more serious about your outdoor activity you will, sooner or later, want a spotting scope and tripod. For bird watching, the high magnification and better stability will allow you to see details on birds that cannot be seen with binoculars. Hunters use them to effectively spot, follow and identify wildlife while target shooters use them for scoring. Telescopes are designed for astronomy and viewing the night sky. Spotting scopes on the other hand are also designed for viewing subjects on land. A spotting scope would work great if you want to see boats in the bay for example. Or simply observe subjects from a very long distance.
  4. 4. The Ideal Lens Size You simply need to choose if you prefer a better image quality or a smaller and lighter spotting scope. A spotting scope with a larger lens (60mm to 80mm) will have better light-gathering capability than a smaller 50mm lens spotting scope. This means that the image you see will be brighter and clearer. You will also enjoy a wider field of view. On the other hand the bigger the lens is the larger and heavier your spotting scope will be. Larger spotting scopes are also more expensive. Think about where you will be using the spotting scope the most. If you normally stay at a fixed location for a long period of time or don’t need to worry about extra weight then go for an 80mm scope (if you can afford it of course). If you like to travel light or move around more then a 50 to 60mm scope will suit you better. Some 50mm scopes can even be used without a tripod when needed.
  5. 5. Best 4 Spotting Scopes @ Procular Bushnell SpaceMaster 15-45X50 This is handy little spotting scope by Bushnell and a very popular choice. Although its smaller lens it provides an excellent image quality. Celestron Ultima 20-60X80 Extremely durable and waterproof design, adjustable angled eyepiece and suitable for use with or without glasses. Super- Smooth focusing mechanisms. Barska 30-90X100 WP Spotting Scope This scope is an excellent performer at dusk, night and low light conditions. A solid long range spotting scope that is waterproof and durable in all weather conditions. Vortex Razor HD 16-48X65 The highest quality available today for hunting or birdwatching. Vortex’s flagship scope designed to compete with the world’s best European .
  6. 6. Buy Now @ www.procular.com.au Call us on: (02) 9199 7071 All premium cards supported

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