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BodyThese Olympus binoculars are sleek and compact, owing to the Roof prism that gives it a streamlined look. You can easily pack the 10 x 25 WP I in your baggage or jacket and always be prepared to bring yourself closer to the action. These binoculars feature a focus knob in the middle and individual diopter adjusters for each eye piece, letting you share them with your friends and family too. The eyecups can be twisted up or down, depending on your comfort, letting each user customize their experience.
This small-size accessory weighs 345 g, making it easy to hold up to your eye for longer periods of time. This reduces fatigue of the arms, and lets you enjoy the scene for longer. The binoculars measure 115 x 111 x 43.5 mm, and can be tucked away unobtrusively when not in use. It also fits hands of most sizes comfortably.
The 10 x 25 WP I is an ideal companion when you're out in the open, as it features water-proofing features that will protect the optics against the elements. It features a nitrogen-filled body that protects the binoculars from water, fog and dirt. The binoculars are also water-proof to up to 1 meter of water.
PerformanceThese Olympus binoculars sports an objective lens size of 25 mm, and an exit pupil measurement of 2.5 mm, which in combination determine how bright your image will be. These particular measurements ensure that your image will be bright enough for you to use the binoculars outdoors, even if the light is a little low.
The Olympus 10 x 25 WP I allows you to focus both the eyepieces simultaneously with the center focus feature. This ensures that your image is sharp and defined at all times. The close focus distance of these binoculars is 3 m, which means that you can focus on an object that is as close to you as 3 m, giving you a wide area of subjects to choose from when on a wildlife tour.
These Olympus binoculars can also be used comfortably if you wear eye glasses, as it features individual diopter adjusters with a range of 2m-1, letting you adjust the power of each eyepiece to suit your individual needs. The eye relief of 16 mm also lets you wear glasses while you're using the 10 x 25 WP I. The binoculars feature a 5° angle of view.
The Olympus binoculars feature full multi-coating on the inside of the viewing barrel, which reduces glare and delivers bright images without washout. These binoculars also have UV protection, letting you stay out in the sun for longer periods of time without worry about your health.
Buying GuideThese binoculars are a perfect match to those looking for a rugged yet stylish pair of binoculars that will take them closer to nature. This Olympus pair is waterproof and fog-proof, making it an ideal accessory for bird-watching, camping, hiking and general travelling. You can also use the Olympus 10 x 25 WP I on boating trips or vacations on a beach for wildlife-tracking. The binoculars also perform well under low-light conditions, making them a good buy if you like sporting or other indoor events.
|In The Box|
|Objective Diameter||25 mm|
|Model Name||Magellan 10 x 25 WP I|
|Closest Focus Distance||3 m|
|Eye Relief||16 mm|
|Diopter Adjustment Range||Over 2 m - 1|
|Exit Pupil||2.5 mm|
|Apparent Field of View||50 °|
|Field of View at 1000 m||87 m|
|Interpupillary Distance Adjustment||58 - 72 mm|
|Real Field of View||5 °|
|Lens Construction||8 Elements in 6 Groups|
|Optical Coatings||Full Multi-coating|
|Other Features||Nitrogen-filled Waterproof Binoculars, Adjustable Eyepieces Twist Up and Down, Dioptric Correction for Comfortable Viewing, High-index BaK4 Prisms, UV Protection, Large Center Focusing Knob, Slim and Stylish Ergonomic Design|
|Focusing System||Center Focus|
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Apr 19, 2013
Not very impressed considering the premium priceThis product is not worth the price tag. For comparisons I have Bushnell 10x25 (more than 4 yrs old) which is similar in specs but less than half the price. The olympus doesn't perform any better on the optics. The olympus is brighter (maybe because it's brand new) but there is visible chromatic aberration on the left lens (tested against moon at night). And on sharpness they both performs similar. However the build quality is quite good, and olympus' claims of waterproofing when immersed to a water depth of 1 meter for 5 minutes is quite interesting, of course not verified.