Hunting Binoculars Reviews: Choosing a top-rated pair

The Right Hunting Binoculars Are Key To Any Enthusiasts Trek And Having Certain Features Will Improve The Odds Of Your Success. Special thanks to Owen from TheBinocularsGuy.com, I have learnt a great from his informative hunting binoculars reviews.

hunting binoculars reviews

All hunting binoculars are not one size fits all. Why juggle among binoculars when you can choose the best engineered hunting binoculars that will serve you well on any hunting trip? A little education will serve you well before making your selection.

There are several details a hunter must look for when buying hunting binoculars:

Optical Lens and Magnification

Choosing the right number can make all the difference in choosing the best binoculars for hunting. Should you choose a 10×25 magnification? The number of the left, the 8 is the magnification. This is the number of times the binoculars will magnify your prey. The number on the right is the objective lens diameter and this represents the lens furthest from your eyes. This also determines how bulky the binocular is. While you may tend to think a large bulky hunting binocular is not a quality hunting binocular that is not true. Binoculars with larger objective lens are better in low light and serve the hunter well whether you are hunting in Florida, or enjoying a photographic safari in Africa.

Fully Multi-coated FMC Lenses

These types of lenses have more than one layer of anti-reflective coating on both sides. They let less light in and improve the resolution and color.

Waterproofing

Binoculars for hunting are used in all types of weather and you’ll benefit from weatherproofing. You’ll certainly pay a few more dollars but you won’t have to worry about repairs or purchasing a new pair of hunting binoculars.

Spotting Scope

This feature will open up the possibilities for your hunting experience. The use of a spotting scope while hunting helps you distinguish animals from look-alike prey, spot distant animals and provides clarity you won’t get with your high-powered binoculars. With the style of a telescope, the spotting scope operates at a higher magnification bringing your prey closer to visualize and enjoy.

Before purchasing your hunting binoculars review several different pairs to ensure you’re choosing the ones just right for you. They should be rugged with good magnification, clarity and comfortable to withstand your trek.

And above all else, before deciding on your hunting binoculars choose ones that will provide a good warranty that offers your money back. Ask the salesperson questions. It could save you a ton of money.

And if all of this hasn’t helped, reach out to Owen from TheBinocularsGuy.com. He knows binoculars inside and out.

Photographic African Safari

Welcome to Africa Wildlife Photography & Travel. We specialize in small group size, personalized wildlife viewing and photographic safaris to Kenya and Tanzania. We have been working in East Africa for a number of years, first as photographers for some of the local outfitters, and now more recently as safari hosts. While working independently with local safari companies on photo assignments, we got to examine first hand how typical group safaris are run, as well as how great safaris could be run. Over the years we’ve gained invaluable experience in the relationships we formed with the local people, the guides and the drivers.

The safaris we host follow a few guidelines that ensure a great experience. We accompany every group to be able to personally manage the safari on the ground to make sure everyone gets the great safari experience they paid for. We use only top notch equipment and services, which, means our guides are very experienced and we only use four wheel drive Land Rovers or Land Cruisers. Seating is limited to 4 clients per vehicle to maximize the game viewing opportunities for each individual. Additionally, since we have spent many nights in both Kenya and Tanzania, you can be assured that we are only staying in top notch accommodations. Make sure to remember your binoculars.

We have extensive travel packages dedicated to providing you with all the resources required to learn about East African Safaris.

Personal & Affordable Photo Safaris to Kenya AND Tanzania

Our next available safari is May/June 2008 for Tanzania and August/September of 2008 for Kenya.

We are now booking guided photos safaris to Kenya and Tanzania during the height of the wildebeest and zebra migration period. Our next available Safari is June of 2017 for Tanzania and August/September of 2017 for Kenya.

2017 Kenya Safari Costs: (Airfare to Africa not included)
$6100 per person
Single Supplement – $796

Trip #1 8/13/2017 – 8/25/2017
Trip #2 8/28/2017 – 9/19/2017

Starting in the summer of 2004, we began hosting an Africa Wildlife Photography & Travel, Ltd. safari in conjunction with Ama-zing Pilanesberg Safaris, operating in Kenya. This trip is designed to catch the Great Migration while in progress. Africa Wildlife Photography & Travel specializes in wildlife photography (we will also visit all our uniquely placed Bushnell trail cameras) and wildlife viewing while catering to small groups of 10 to 12 clients including both amateur and experienced photographers alike. These safaris use Land Cruisers or Land Rovers and limit seating to approximately 4 clients per vehicle. Safaris are always accompanied by an Africa Wildlife Photography & Travel host ensuring each client the absolute most from their photographic safari experience. All trip prices are inclusive of meals, accommodations and group tips while in country.

2017 Tanzania Safari Costs: (Airfare to Africa not included)

Trip #1 5/16/17 – 5/28/17 $6100.00 each per. Single sup. $800.00
Trip #2 5/29/17 – 6/10/17 $6100.00 each per. Single sup. $800.00
Trip #3 6/11/17 – 6/23/17 $6100.00 each per. Single sup. $800.00

We will also arrange Mt. Kilimanjaro climbs through the Dik Dik Hotel. They have specialized in Kilimanjaro climbs for many years.

Beginning in the spring of 2005, we added an African Wildlife Photography & Travel safari in conjunction with the Dik Dik Tour Operators and Hotel. , operating in Tanzania. This safari, like our existing safaris to Kenya is designed to catch the Great Migration while in progress in Tanzania. Africa Wildlife Photography & Travel specializes in wildlife photography and wildlife viewing while catering to small groups of 10 to 12 clients including both amateur and experienced photographers alike. These safaris use Land Cruisers or Land Rovers and limit seating to approximately 4 clients per vehicle. Safaris are always accompanied by an Africa Wildlife Photography & Travel host ensuring each client the absolute most from their photographic safari experience. All trip prices are inclusive of meals, accommodations and group tips while in country.

This scenic photgraphic tours are made possible by Bushnell Trail Camera Reviews