Whether you’re looking for birding binoculars, binoculars for astronomy or want to get a closer view of the landscape, the 10x magnification allows you to see more of the world around you. From the distant stars to nearby flora and fauna, you’ll discover sights and details beyond the reach of the naked eye.
With 50mm objective lenses, the SkyGenius 10x50 binoculars are able to gather more light than their smaller counterparts. This, combined with the anti-reflection coatings, promises a clearer, sharper image for a view that’s sure to impress both casual and more experienced binocular users.
Nobody wants to have heavy binoculars hanging around their neck or causing their arms to ache. That’s why the 10x50 SkyGenius binoculars have been designed to be as lightweight as possible, and at just 1.8 pounds, these binoculars won’t be a burden.
The traditional Porro Prism binocular design produces clear images and a wide field of view, making them the ideal choice for birding, stargazing, hunting, and all other outdoor activities. Their traditional, tried-and-tested design also makes them an inexpensive option that can be relied upon to provide the best possible views.
Center focusing wheel
The center focusing wheel can be easily and smoothly turned with a single finger for precision focusing and the sharpest views.
The right eyepiece includes a diopter adjustment that allows you to fine-tune the focus to compensate for the differences between your eyes.
Rubber armored housing
With the optics fully protected within thick, rubber-armored housing, you can be sure your binoculars are safe from accidental knocks that might otherwise cause damage.
Each of the optics has been multi-coated with anti-reflection coatings for a higher rate of light transmission, resulting in greater clarity and contrast.
The fold-down eyecups allow eyeglass wearers to hold the binoculars at a comfortable distance - without compromising the view through the eyepieces.
Although the 10x50 binoculars are light enough to be held for an extended period of time without any discomfort, they can also be attached to a tripod for a rock-steady view.
What does 10x50 mean in binoculars?
The first number indicates the magnification and the second number is the size of the objective lenses, as measured in millimeters. (The objective lenses are the large lenses that you point toward your target, rather than the smaller eyepieces that you look through.) The greater the magnification, the nearer and larger the object will appear, whereas the larger the objective lenses, the more light the binoculars can gather. More light allows the binoculars to see fainter objects and to see more detail.
How far can you see with 10x50 binoculars?
The short answer is “just a little bit further than your eyes!” Binoculars will enlarge anything you can see with your own eyes, giving you the ability to see details that you might otherwise miss. However, since the view is magnified, they can also show you objects that are a little more distant than you can see with just your eyes alone. That said, you can see as far as your unobstructed view will allow you; if you have a clear, unobstructed view of the horizon, you may be able to see buildings that are miles away. On any clear night, however, you can see stars and other objects that are light-years away!
Are these night vision binoculars?
Unfortunately, they are not true infrared night vision binoculars, but the multi-coated anti-reflection optics allow for greater light transmission and make it easy to observe objects on either the ground or in the night sky. For example, these binoculars are an excellent choice for studying the Moon, as well as comets, larger star clusters, and nebulae, and can even reveal the four largest moons of Jupiter.