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1. Olympus Tracker 10-30x25 Zoom
$199.99 $146.99
2. Olympus Ferrari Speed View 8x21
$59.99 $54.38 list($99.00)
3. Olympus Tracker 8x25 Porro Prism
$34.99 $30.95
4. Olympus Roamer 8x21 DPC I Compact
$124.99 $93.99 list($169.00)
5. Olympus Magellan 8x25 WP I
Too low to display $199.99 list($389.00)
6. Olympus Magellan 10x42 EXPWP Binocular
$68.99 list($125.00)
7. Olympus Tracker 12x25 Porro Prism
Too low to display $159.88 list($299.00)
8. Olympus Magellan 7x50 Binocular
$49.99 $40.95 list($65.00)
9. Olympus Trooper 7x35 DPS 1 Binoculars
Too low to display $167.99 list($249.00)
10. Olympus Pathfinder EXPS I 12x50
$39.99 $37.95 list($55.00)
11. Olympus Roamer 8x21 DPC I Compact
$44.94 $39.74 list($65.00)
12. Olympus Roamer 10x21 DPC I Compact
$229.99 $164.19 list($299.00)
13. Olympus Magellan 7x50 WP Blue
$69.99 $65.99 list($110.00)
14. Olympus Tracker 10x25 Porro Prism
$149.99 $110.76 list($195.00)
15. Olympus Magellan 10x25 WP I Binocular
$85.99 $73.68 list($130.00)
16. Olympus Tracker 8-16x25 Zoom Porro
$79.99 $54.95 list($89.99)
17. Olympus Trooper 10x50 DPS 1 Binoculars
$33.99 list($55.00)
18. Olympus Roamer 8x21 DPC I Compact
$62.99 $59.99 list($99.00)
19. Olympus Outback 10x21 RC1 Binoculars
$279.99 $223.69 list($365.00)
20. Olympus Magellan 8x42 EXPWP I

1. Olympus Tracker 10-30x25 Zoom Porro Prism Compact & Lightweight Binocular
by Olympus
list price: $160.00
our price: $89.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006G33N
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 756
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Amazon.com Product Description

With its compact, lightweight, and sleek design, you can take the Olympus Tracker binocular anywhere and still enjoy the great view. With a magnification of 10x to 30x and an objective lens diameter of 25mm, faraway images will be in sharp detail with brilliant clarity. The lens itself is made from special optical material to protect your eyes from harmful UV rays, while the full multicoating keeps maintains brightness and contrast.

The BaK-4 prisms have a high refractive index for complete edge-to-edge clarity. The center knob is in perfect placement for your fingers to comfortably adjust the focus. The built-in dioptric correction adjusts for individual eyesight so everyone can use the binocular to its full potential. The Tracker also has eyecups that twist up and down, allowing each user to personalize the binocular to their comfort, while the long eye relief is a necessary feature for eyeglass wearers. ... Read more

Features

  • 8x to 30x magnification and 25mm objective lens
  • Field of view: 56 to 33 meters (at 1,000 yards)
  • High-index prisms for a bright, crisp image
  • Compact and lightweight for portability
  • Twisting eyecups for personal comfort; central focus knob and dioptric correction

2. Olympus Ferrari Speed View 8x21 Binoculars
list price: $199.99
our price: $199.99
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Asin: B0007VO4RM
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 2495
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Features

  • Ultra compact, foldable design
  • High-index BAK-4 roof prism
  • Fully multi-coated lenses
  • 11mm eye relief
  • Center focus knob

3. Olympus Tracker 8x25 Porro Prism Compact & Lightweight Binocular
by Olympus
list price: $99.00
our price: $59.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006G33J
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 353
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With its compact, lightweight, and sleek design, you can take the Olympus Tracker binocular anywhere and still enjoy the great view. With an 8x magnification and an objective lens diameter of 25mm, faraway images will be in sharp detail with brilliant clarity. The lens itself is made from special optical material to protect your eyes from harmful UV rays, while the full multicoating keeps maintains brightness and contrast.

The BaK-4 prisms have a high refractive index for complete edge-to-edge clarity. The center knob is in perfect placement for your fingers to comfortably adjust the focus. The built-in dioptric correction adjusts for individual eyesight so everyone can use the binocular to its full potential. The Tracker also has eyecups that twist up and down, allowing each user to personalize the binocular to their comfort, while the long eye relief is a necessary feature for eyeglass wearers. ... Read more

Features

  • 8x magnification and 25mm objective lens
  • Field of view: 105 meters (at 1,000 yards)
  • High-index prisms for a bright, crisp image
  • Compact and lightweight for portability
  • Twisting eyecups for personal comfort; central focus knob and dioptric correction

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars EXCELLENT BANG FOR BUCK
It's a little difficult to tell from pictures on a website, but this piece is very sleek and light-weight. Its short range ability was the best among those that I tried, which means you can use these inside your house just as comfortably as outdoors. It houses a pre-built photochromatic anti-glare lens so you're protected from being stung by those stray sun rays. The focusing is sharp and swift unlike many others on the market. Olympus knows their optical onions. Unless you're looking for something more heavy-duty (in which case take a look at 'Bushnell powerview 16x50 wide-angle'), I highly recommend the Porro Prism especially because Amazon seems to be offering very aggressive deals on it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great binoculars
I highly recommend this pair of binoculars. If you are a birder, or just a peeing tom you will not be disappointed. ... Read more


4. Olympus Roamer 8x21 DPC I Compact Porro Prism Binocular (Black)
by Olympus
list price: $34.99
our price: $34.99
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Asin: B00006FDUG
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 488
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Affordable and stylish, the all-purpose Roamer binoculars are amazingly compact in size and light in weight so you can easily carry them no matter where your destination. Whether you're going camping, to a concert, or even on vacation, these sporty binoculars offer amazing views thanks to Olympus's powerful optics.

The Olympus Roamer 8x21 DPC I binoculars carry antireflective lens coating to reduce glare and special optical materials that provide protection from harmful UV rays. A convenient center focus knob makes for easy, accurate focusing, while the built-in dioptric correction adjusts to individual eyesight.

Specifications include:

  • 8x magnification
  • 21mm objective lens diameter
  • 112m field of view at 1,000 yards
  • Package includes a case and neck strap
... Read more

Features

  • Compact and lightweight for no-hassle portability
  • Anti-reflective lens coating reduces glare
  • Special optical materials provide protection from harmful UV rays
  • Convenient center focus knob for easy, accurate focusing
  • Built-in dioptric correction adjusts to individual eyesight

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Decent compacts for the price
I gave this item 4 stars based on it's price. Even for $55 list this wouldn't be such a bad buy, but you can get them for substantially less. I am not a binocular expert by any means, but I'll give you my opinion. The binoculars are lightweight and small. Probably even smaller than you would envision from the dimensions. They come with a soft case (with a belt attachment) and a strap. The strap only connects to one side, so if you wear them around your neck they hang sideways. They have a diopter adjustment which adjusts the focus to each eye, and a central focus knob. They are split down the middle and fold a bit to adjust to the width of your eyes. The build is definitely 'plastic-y' which is one reason they are so lightweight. They say "Made In China" on the bottom, which for some reason cheapens their appearance a bit. Comparing the performance of these to a $100 pair of fullsize binocs I bought my father in law, I'd have to say they are just okay. Of course, due the lens diameter & cheaper optics they aren't as bright or as clear. The images also seem to lack dimentionality. A tree, for instance, appears flat almost like cut out of construction paper. But it is still raised above the background, Giving you the feeling of watching a cheap 3D movie. The diopter adjustment is a bit stiff, making it difficult to fine tune. It also isn't stepped, so it can go out of adjustment. Finally, the lens covers fall off very easily.

Does this all mean that I regret buying them? Not at all. They were inexpensive, and unlike my father-in-laws large heavy binocs, they are lightweight & small enough to wear on your belt or put in your wife's pocketbook. The image quality is decent (if not good). They wont look ridiculous at a play or a concert & are probably decent all around traveling binoculars (for casual use). And although they are not weather or water proof they are cheap enough to replace.

5-0 out of 5 stars Binocular Use for Individuals Wearing Eyeglasses
I have not purchased this item; however, I wanted to inform westwindtalker2 how to use these binoculars (or any other normal pair of binoculars). First step, take off your eyeglasses. Second step, look through the binoculars at a stationary distant object, close your right eye and adjust the focus until the object is in focus for your left eye. Third step, while continuing to look at the same object, open your right eye, close your left eye and adjust the diopter correction until the object is in focus for your right eye. Fourth step, open both eyes, adjust the distance between the eyepieces so the image is seen as a single object and adjust the central focus knob. (You could also try reading the instructions supplied with the binoculars--they are available in pdf format from amazon.com from this item's webpage.)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
The product was easy to use and accurate. It is also a great buy!

3-0 out of 5 stars Good Buy for the price, but ...
if you wear glasses, I found it is very hard to get it in focus and comfortable.

The price is right however. If it had been higher priced, frankly I would have returned it and looked further for one which was more compatible with my vision challenges. ... Read more


5. Olympus Magellan 8x25 WP I
by Olympus
list price: $169.00
our price: $124.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00008YGS1
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 5783
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Features

  • Waterproof up to one meter in water
  • Nitrogen-filled for fogproof performance
  • Fully multi-coated lens for maximum brightness and contrast
  • Twist-up eyecups, long-eye relief and dioptric correction for comfortable viewing
  • UV ray protection

6. Olympus Magellan 10x42 EXPWP Binocular
by Olympus
list price: $389.00
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005A7IX
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 4609
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The nitrogen filled Olympus Magellan 10 x 42 EXPWP binoculars give you a waterproof and fogproof performance, perfect for use under extreme conditions. Their ergonomic, yet rugged, design has a nonslip covering that lets you grip them comfortably for extended periods of observation. The long 19mm eye relief gives you ease of use if you're wearing glasses, while the built-in dioptric correction adjusts to your individual eyesight.

A large center focus knob gives you fast, easy focusing--even while wearing gloves--making these binoculars ideal for outdoors events like camping, bird-watching, and hiking. The Bak4 Porro prisms ensure that you get crisp, edge-to-edge images no matter what you're observing, while the phase and UV coated optics give you maximum image brightness and contrast. ... Read more

Features

  • Nitrogen filled for waterproof and fogproof performance
  • Built-in dioptic corrector adjusts to individual eyesight, twist down eyecups
  • Large center focus knob for fast, easy focusing
  • Lens construction of 9 elements in 6 groups
  • Multicoated optics for maximum image brightness and contrast

Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars Great on paper, poor performance
I wrote a review of these earlier, where I noted that the field of vision doesn't align. Well it does at infinity, but the near focus distance is entirely overated. I've seen 6 pairs of these so far, and all have the same problem and that is the field of view doesn't align. I sent them to Olympus repair and they say that they are within "spec." The focus knob has also broken free and had to be glued back to the pin. While the optics are exquisite, the alignment is ridiculously bad. I'd say move on to another pair. The Canon 8x32 wp or Nikon Monarch instead.

3-0 out of 5 stars Great deal, watch for quality problems
I've had two of these binoculars sent, and while I agree with the previous review that they have great lens and optics, I have had two pair shipped (not from Amazon) that have collimation problems. Whenever you buy a pair, always check for this as it can cause severe eye strain as your eyes compensate for this alignment problem. I am going to try to purchase a fourth pair to see if this is symptomatic of the model or where I purchased them.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best deal among mid price binoculars.
When I tried shopping for a birding/nature viewing binocular with excellent quality with reasonable price, this one and also the Olympus EXWP I 8x42 are both the best deal I could find.

Briefly speaking, there are 5 factors I emphasize on binoculars: 1. power (7-10x); 2. aperture (40mm and above); 3. prism quality (Bak-4 with MULTI-coating, don't be fooled by those "fully coating" lower quality ones, only consider "phase corrected" and "multi coating"!); 4. waterproof/fogproof (most binoculars in this category use nitrogen filled hermetically sealed); 5. durability: with rubber armored and roof prism style.

You can find those perfectly fitting on some Zeiss and Leica binoculars, with price [price]. They are really better than this Olympus, but bet you don't want to spend such amount on a pair of binoculars. Then there were 3 great deal falling in my category: Pentax DCF WP 8x42, Minolta Activa WP 8x42, and this Olympus model. Compared to the other two models, this one is the latest introduced (early 2001) with the latest technology (with UV coating which the other two don't have). The lower price is due to the brand equity of Olympus, which is considered not such a high price brand than Pentax and Minolta in camera world. ... Read more


7. Olympus Tracker 12x25 Porro Prism Compact & Lightweight Binocular
by Olympus
list price: $125.00
our price: $68.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006G33L
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 1615
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Amazon.com Product Description

With its compact, lightweight, and sleek design, you can take the Olympus Tracker binocular anywhere and still enjoy the great view. With a 12x magnification and an objective lens diameter of 25mm, faraway images will be in sharp detail with brilliant clarity. The lens itself is made from special optical material to protect your eyes from harmful UV rays, while the full multicoating keeps maintains brightness and contrast.

The BaK-4 prisms have a high refractive index for complete edge-to-edge clarity. The center knob is in perfect placement for your fingers to comfortably adjust the focus. The built-in dioptric correction adjusts for individual eyesight so everyone can use the binocular to its full potential. The Tracker also has eyecups that twist up and down, allowing each user to personalize the binocular to their comfort, while the long eye relief is a necessary feature for eyeglass wearers. ... Read more

Features

  • 12x magnification and 25mm objective lens
  • Field of view: 79 meters (at 1,000 yards)
  • High-index prisms for a bright, crisp image
  • Compact and lightweight for portability
  • Twisting eyecups for personal comfort; central focus knob and dioptric correction

8. Olympus Magellan 7x50 Binocular (Green)
by Olympus
list price: $299.00
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B00004SD17
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 5467
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The rugged all-weather Olympus 7x50 waterproof binoculars were built to stay in your hands in even the roughest waters and weather. Suitable for boating, camping, hiking, and fishing, they feature an illuminated compass, internal range finder, and individual eyepiece focus settings. Hermetically sealed and nitrogen purged for true waterproof and fogproof performance, the Olympus 7x50 waterproof binoculars can enhance any outdoor adventure--day or night, sun or rain, land or sea.

Smartly constructed with a durable green rubber coating for a nonslip grip and increased shock resistance, they also come with a bright yellow floatable neck strap for quick retrieval if submerged.A high-index BaK4 prism and big 50mm objective lenses produce clear, sharp images, even in low-light and night conditions.These binoculars also feature long eye relief for comfortable extended viewing. ... Read more

Features

  • Rugged, waterproof, shock-resistant construction
  • 7x magnification
  • Large 50mm objective lenses offer exceptional brightness
  • Individual focus system for each eyepiece
  • Includes floatable bright yellow strap for easy retrieval if submerged

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Almost perfect
I have owned and used the 108-768 (aka. Magellan) binocular for about 1 year. They never leave my boat. I like the grippy-light weight body and the focus and forget individual eyepiece's. The internal compass is as stable as most any brand and can be quite handy when taking bearings. The prisms are BaK4 optical glass and help to keep false color to a very low level. They have taken more than a few bumps, both from handling and rough water, but have always came through and asked for more. I am happy with theses binoculars and they are several hundred dollars less than top notch Fuji's or Steiners.
On the critical side, it would not have killed Olympus to multi-coat the optics. Full coatings are good, but multi-coatings make great optics, with all other optical quality being the same. The reflections off water(theses are geared toward marine use) can be a pain and contrast suffers. The flotation strap is a good idea, but you will get tired of the rough nylon covering rubbing on your neck in short order. ... Read more


9. Olympus Trooper 7x35 DPS 1 Binoculars
by Olympus
list price: $65.00
our price: $49.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000AKGWX
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 8055
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Features

  • Wide-angle field of view
  • Anti-reflective lens coating for better image brightness
  • Large center focus knob for fast, easy focusing
  • New rugged, high-quality finish with sure-grip rubber coating
  • UV Protection for worry-free viewing

10. Olympus Pathfinder EXPS I 12x50 Binocular
by Olympus
list price: $249.00
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005A7IS
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 5298
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Amazon.com Product Description

Olympus designed their Pathfinder EXPS-1 12 x 50 binoculars to give you exceptional performance both indoors and out. With the wide angle of view and the high-index Porro prisms, you can locate your subject easily and clearly, even if it's in motion. The rugged, rubberized body lets you grip the binoculars comfortably during extended viewing as well as giving you worry-free use when outside. The long 11mm eye relief gives you ease of use if you're wearing glasses, while the built-in dioptric correction adjusts to your individual eyesight.

A large center focus knob gives you fast, easy focusing--even while wearing gloves--making these binoculars ideal for spectator events, camping, bird-watching, and astronomy; the Porro prisms ensure that you get crisp, edge-to-edge images no matter what you're observing. Its multicoated 12x lenses give your image maximum brightness and contrast along with both quality and reflection control. ... Read more

Features

  • Lens composition of 7 elements in 4 groups
  • Long 11mm eye relief makes it easy to observe in glasses
  • Rugged, rubberized body for a comfortable grip
  • Porro prisms ensure crisp, edge-to-edge images
  • Ideal for spectator events, camping, bird-watching, and astronomy

11. Olympus Roamer 8x21 DPC I Compact Porro Prism Binocular (Silver)
by Olympus
list price: $55.00
our price: $39.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001M398W
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 2833
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Light and ultra-compact design for no-hassle portability
  • Anti-reflective lens coating reduces glare
  • Convenient center focus knob for easy, accurate focusing
  • Built-in dioptric correction adjusts to individual eyesight
  • Contemporary design

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Decent compacts for the price
I gave this item 4 stars based on it's price. Even for $55 list this wouldn't be such a bad buy, but you can get them for substantially less. I am not a binocular expert by any means, but I'll give you my opinion. The binoculars are lightweight and small. Probably even smaller than you would envision from the dimensions. They come with a soft case (with a belt attachment) and a strap. The strap only connects to one side, so if you wear them around your neck they hang sideways. They have a diopter adjustment which adjusts the focus to each eye, and a central focus knob. They are split down the middle and fold a bit to adjust to the width of your eyes. The build is definitely 'plastic-y' which is one reason they are so lightweight. They say "Made In China" on the bottom, which for some reason cheapens their appearance a bit. Comparing the performance of these to a $100 pair of fullsize binocs I bought my father in law, I'd have to say they are just okay. Of course, due the lens diameter & cheaper optics they aren't as bright or as clear. The images also seem to lack dimentionality. A tree, for instance, appears flat almost like cut out of construction paper. But it is still raised above the background, Giving you the feeling of watching a cheap 3D movie. The diopter adjustment is a bit stiff, making it difficult to fine tune. It also isn't stepped, so it can go out of adjustment. Finally, the lens covers fall off very easily.

Does this all mean that I regret buying them? Not at all. They were inexpensive, and unlike my father-in-laws large heavy binocs, they are lightweight & small enough to wear on your belt or put in your wife's pocketbook. The image quality is decent (if not good). They wont look ridiculous at a play or a concert & are probably decent all around traveling binoculars (for casual use). And although they are not weather or water proof they are cheap enough to replace.

5-0 out of 5 stars Binocular Use for Individuals Wearing Eyeglasses
I have not purchased this item; however, I wanted to inform westwindtalker2 how to use these binoculars (or any other normal pair of binoculars). First step, take off your eyeglasses. Second step, look through the binoculars at a stationary distant object, close your right eye and adjust the focus until the object is in focus for your left eye. Third step, while continuing to look at the same object, open your right eye, close your left eye and adjust the diopter correction until the object is in focus for your right eye. Fourth step, open both eyes, adjust the distance between the eyepieces so the image is seen as a single object and adjust the central focus knob. (You could also try reading the instructions supplied with the binoculars--they are available in pdf format from amazon.com from this item's webpage.)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
The product was easy to use and accurate. It is also a great buy!

3-0 out of 5 stars Good Buy for the price, but ...
if you wear glasses, I found it is very hard to get it in focus and comfortable.

The price is right however. If it had been higher priced, frankly I would have returned it and looked further for one which was more compatible with my vision challenges. ... Read more


12. Olympus Roamer 10x21 DPC I Compact Porro Prism Binocular (Black)
by Olympus
list price: $65.00
our price: $44.94
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006G33O
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 1866
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Amazon.com Product Description

Featuring a compact, lightweight, and sleek design, the Olympus Roamer binocular offers portability and power enough to enjoy great views. With a 10x magnification and an objective lens diameter of 21mm, faraway images will be in sharp detail with brilliant clarity. The lens itself is made from special optical material to protect your eyes from harmful UV rays, while the antireflective coating reduces glare and maintains image quality.

The center knob is in perfect placement for your fingers to comfortably adjust the focus. The built-in dioptric correction adjusts for individual eyesight so everyone can use the binocular to its full potential. A neck strap and case is included for comfortable wearing and safe storage. ... Read more

Features

  • Compact and lightweight for no-hassle portability
  • Anti-reflective lens coating reduces glare
  • Special optical materials provide protection from harmful UV rays
  • Convenient center focus knob for easy, accurate focusing
  • Built-in dioptric correction adjusts to individual eyesight

13. Olympus Magellan 7x50 WP Blue Binoculars
by Olympus
list price: $299.00
our price: $229.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001M397I
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
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Features

  • Rugged, durable design with non-slip, shock-resistant rubber coating
  • Hermetically Sealed and Nitrogen Purged for waterproof and fog-proof performance
  • High-index BaK4 prism and big 50mm diameter objective lens
  • Internal illuminated compass for easier navigating
  • Internal rangefinder scale to determine the distance or size of a subject

14. Olympus Tracker 10x25 Porro Prism Compact & Lightweight Binocular
by Olympus
list price: $110.00
our price: $69.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006G33K
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 4452
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

With its compact, lightweight, and sleek design, you can take the Olympus Tracker binocular anywhere and still enjoy the great view. With a 10x magnification and an objective lens diameter of 25mm, faraway images will be in sharp detail with brilliant clarity. The lens itself is made from special optical material to protect your eyes from harmful UV rays, while the full multicoating keeps maintains brightness and contrast.

The BaK-4 prisms have a high refractive index for complete edge-to-edge clarity. The center knob is in perfect placement for your fingers to comfortably adjust the focus. The built-in dioptric correction adjusts for individual eyesight so everyone can use the binocular to its full potential. The Tracker also has eyecups that twist up and down, allowing each user to personalize the binocular to their comfort, while the long eye relief is a necessary feature for eyeglass wearers. ... Read more

Features

  • 10x magnification and 25mm objective lens
  • Field of view: 91 meters (at 1,000 yards)
  • High-index prisms for a bright, crisp image
  • Compact and lightweight for portability
  • Twisting eyecups for personal comfort; central focus knob and dioptric correction

15. Olympus Magellan 10x25 WP I Binocular
by Olympus
list price: $195.00
our price: $149.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00008YGRJ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 8189
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Features

  • Waterproof up to one meter in water
  • Nitrogen-filled for fogproof performance
  • Fully multi-coated lens for maximum brightness and contrast
  • Twist-up eyecups, long-eye relief and dioptric correction for comfortable viewing
  • UV ray protection

16. Olympus Tracker 8-16x25 Zoom Porro Prism Compact & Lightweight Binocular
by Olympus
list price: $130.00
our price: $85.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006G33M
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 1005
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Amazon.com Product Description

With its compact, lightweight, and sleek design, you can take the Olympus Tracker binocular anywhere and still enjoy the great view. With a magnification of 8x to 16x and an objective lens diameter of 25mm, faraway images will be in sharp detail with brilliant clarity. The lens itself is made from special optical material to protect your eyes from harmful UV rays, while the full multicoating keeps maintains brightness and contrast.

The BaK-4 prisms have a high refractive index for complete edge-to-edge clarity. The center knob is in perfect placement for your fingers to comfortably adjust the focus. The built-in dioptric correction adjusts for individual eyesight so everyone can use the binocular to its full potential. The Tracker also has eyecups that twist up and down, allowing each user to personalize the binocular to their comfort, while the long eye relief is a necessary feature for eyeglass wearers. ... Read more

Features

  • 8x to 16x magnification and 25mm objective lens
  • Field of view: 79 to 51 meters (at 1,000 yards)
  • High-index prisms for a bright, crisp image
  • Compact and lightweight for portability
  • Twisting eyecups for personal comfort; central focus knob and dioptric correction

17. Olympus Trooper 10x50 DPS 1 Binoculars
by Olympus
list price: $89.99
our price: $79.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000AKGX3
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 11864
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Features

  • Wide-angle field of view
  • Anti-reflective lens coating for better image brightness
  • Large center focus knob for fast, easy focusing
  • New rugged, high-quality finish with sure-grip rubber coating
  • UV Protection for worry-free viewing

18. Olympus Roamer 8x21 DPC I Compact Porro Prism Binocular (Gray)
by Olympus
list price: $55.00
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Asin: B0001M398M
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 3657
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Light and ultra-compact design for no-hassle portability
  • Anti-reflective lens coating reduces glare
  • Convenient center focus knob for easy, accurate focusing
  • Built-in dioptric correction adjusts to individual eyesight
  • Contemporary design

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Decent compacts for the price
I gave this item 4 stars based on it's price. Even for $55 list this wouldn't be such a bad buy, but you can get them for substantially less. I am not a binocular expert by any means, but I'll give you my opinion. The binoculars are lightweight and small. Probably even smaller than you would envision from the dimensions. They come with a soft case (with a belt attachment) and a strap. The strap only connects to one side, so if you wear them around your neck they hang sideways. They have a diopter adjustment which adjusts the focus to each eye, and a central focus knob. They are split down the middle and fold a bit to adjust to the width of your eyes. The build is definitely 'plastic-y' which is one reason they are so lightweight. They say "Made In China" on the bottom, which for some reason cheapens their appearance a bit. Comparing the performance of these to a $100 pair of fullsize binocs I bought my father in law, I'd have to say they are just okay. Of course, due the lens diameter & cheaper optics they aren't as bright or as clear. The images also seem to lack dimentionality. A tree, for instance, appears flat almost like cut out of construction paper. But it is still raised above the background, Giving you the feeling of watching a cheap 3D movie. The diopter adjustment is a bit stiff, making it difficult to fine tune. It also isn't stepped, so it can go out of adjustment. Finally, the lens covers fall off very easily.

Does this all mean that I regret buying them? Not at all. They were inexpensive, and unlike my father-in-laws large heavy binocs, they are lightweight & small enough to wear on your belt or put in your wife's pocketbook. The image quality is decent (if not good). They wont look ridiculous at a play or a concert & are probably decent all around traveling binoculars (for casual use). And although they are not weather or water proof they are cheap enough to replace.

5-0 out of 5 stars Binocular Use for Individuals Wearing Eyeglasses
I have not purchased this item; however, I wanted to inform westwindtalker2 how to use these binoculars (or any other normal pair of binoculars). First step, take off your eyeglasses. Second step, look through the binoculars at a stationary distant object, close your right eye and adjust the focus until the object is in focus for your left eye. Third step, while continuing to look at the same object, open your right eye, close your left eye and adjust the diopter correction until the object is in focus for your right eye. Fourth step, open both eyes, adjust the distance between the eyepieces so the image is seen as a single object and adjust the central focus knob. (You could also try reading the instructions supplied with the binoculars--they are available in pdf format from amazon.com from this item's webpage.)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
The product was easy to use and accurate. It is also a great buy!

3-0 out of 5 stars Good Buy for the price, but ...
if you wear glasses, I found it is very hard to get it in focus and comfortable.

The price is right however. If it had been higher priced, frankly I would have returned it and looked further for one which was more compatible with my vision challenges. ... Read more


19. Olympus Outback 10x21 RC1 Binoculars
by Olympus
list price: $99.00
our price: $62.99
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Asin: B0001M397S
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 4453
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Features

  • Slim body and foldable design
  • High-index BaK-4 roof prisms
  • UV protection
  • Center focus knob
  • Built-in dioptric correction adjusts to each user's eyesight

20. Olympus Magellan 8x42 EXPWP I Binocular
by Olympus
list price: $365.00
our price: $279.99
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Asin: B00005A7IW
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 8388
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Features

  • Nitrogen filled for waterproof and fogproof performance
  • Built-in dioptic corrector adjusts to individual eyesight, twist-down eyecups
  • Large center focus knob for fast, easy focusing
  • Lens construction of 7 elements in 5 groups
  • Multicoated optics for maximum image brightness and contrast

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