Bushnell® Legend™ Ultra HD Binoculars
Building on the Legend’s already impressive performance, the Ultra HD models are enhanced with a high-performance upgrade and a slimmer, lighter, tougher body design. For optimal levels of color fidelity, brightness, and light transmission, they’re equipped with super-premium ED Prime glass. Fully multicoated optics feature Ultra Wide Band Coating. Lightweight magnesium chassis, soft touch grip accents, rubber-armored housing, locking diopter. Waterproof and fogproof with Rainguard® HD. Comes with carry case, neckstrap, microfiber lens cloth, and deluxe binocular harness.
FOV = Field of view at 1000 yards
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 28 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by francisp great deal noticed the quality as soon as i opened them up. Crystal clear and great focus. the hard case is nice but kinda big. March 29, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by hoytbowhunter1 best gift ever. Got these noc's today for christmas. Best present ever, used them as soon as i opened them up. Couldnt be any happier. Im stoked about using them for my last few hunts of the year. December 25, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Bodycamp13 Good glass but... Loose glass in left tube. Overall build feels cheap for something of this price. Hard to focus. Exterior still fogs on cold mornings so the Rainguard doesn't help that. Nice case and they are clear but I am returning mine. Going back to Leupold. November 26, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by EXCAVATOR ledgend BUSHNELL FOR THE VALUE THESE ARE FANTASTIC FOR THE PROS. CAN'T THINK OF ANY CONS. July 12, 2011
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A:I personally have had both and YES it definately is worth the difference.You get an extra 10-15 mins, and even if you don't get a shot on the deer you see just before nightfall you still can see him, and thats what makes you come back, so if you sit til dark you may as well glass til dark!!
A:Yes, good optics make for a more enjoyable hunt, always get the best you can afford
A:There is a difference the larger the second number the more light will be allowed in over a further distance. Since they are both ten power the biggest difference will bill the further away you are trying to see. If you are using them for closer distances you could probably get by with the 10X36 if you are going to go out further to 100 to 200 yards and beyond i would consider splurging and getting the 10x42 your field of view will increase quite a bit as well.
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