Looking for sub £1,000 binos? The choice is between secondhand good-quality brands such as Zeiss, Swarovski and Leica, and some of the new glass coming out of China. Charlie Jacoby talks through what to look for and tests some of the available binoculars.
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Eyeskey Eaglet HD 10×42 binoculars – review
youtu.be/32MnRgOaTec Can budget Chinese 10×42 binoculars be any good? James Marchington was sceptical – but he was surprised when he tried the Eaglet HD binos
Eyeskey Seeker Pro 10×42 monocular – review
youtu.be/dxfviIBRueI If you want the power of binoculars but don’t want the bulk and weight, a monocular could be the answer. It’s basically a small
Eyeskey Lightning Mini 10×25 pocket binoculars – review
youtu.be/KE9ZREPiRFk Have you ever decided to leave your binoculars behind, and then wished you hadn’t because you spotted something that really deserved a closer look?
White pheasants – what are they for?
www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHZkoPMUW1g What are white pheasants? They are just ordinary pheasants that are albino – but they serve two important purposes in the countryside. They help
Budget binoculars vs secondhand Swaros and Zeiss
youtu.be/alyXKAQYJ_g Looking for sub £1,000 binos? The choice is between secondhand good-quality brands such as Zeiss, Swarovski and Leica, and some of the new glass
Eyeskey Hyperion ED 10×42 & 8×42 binoculars – unboxed
youtu.be/IaOcEC9e4o4 Now here’s something unusual – an ‘expensive’ pair of ‘cheap’ Chinese binoculars. The Hyperion EDs are at the top end of the range from