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  1. Hi Adam,

    Can I adjust the Avalon 10×42 PRO HD according to distance between eyes?

    Leanne

    1. Hi Leanne,

      Yes, the Avalon 10×42 PRO HD binoculars can be adjusted to fit various users. Below is the info on how to do so.

      Please follow the following instructions while trying your binoculars at least 30 feet away from your subject (preferably outdoors):

      1. Use the included cleaning cloth or otherwise any other smooth material to clean both the eyepieces and the objective lenses

      2. The binoculars have twist down eye-cups. If your eye-sight is not perfect or if you normally wear glasses you might be able to achieve a better view when twisting the eye-cups down (twisting them to the right). Or twisting them half way down. If you have good long distance eye-sight you will find them better when the eye-cups are twisted all the way OUT.

      3. If one of your eyes is stronger than the other you can adjust the right eye’s focus of the binoculars separately (there should be a + / – wheel to adjust it). This adjustment compensate for one eye being weaker/stronger than the other.

      4. Open/close the binoculars to a state that fits the distance between your eyes.

      5. Adjust the central focus wheel.

      Adam Murray, Procular
  2. Looking for scope? For watching whales not sure whether a scope or binos any help would be great
    Cheers

    1. Hi Rohan,

      You can use either binoculars or a spotting scope. If you are watching the whales from on-board a ship then you will need marine binoculars. They have lower magnifications. Here’s a guide on how to choose marine binoculars and which are the best ones:

      https://procular.com.au/choosing-marine-binoculars-the-complete-guide/

      If you are watching the whales from shore (or your house etc.) then you can use either high-powered binoculars or a spotting scope. High powered binoculars have the advantage of being more portable so they can be used for other uses too. They can also be used without a tripod. Our most recommended high-powered binoculars are listed here:

      https://procular.com.au/choosing-high-powered-binoculars/#binoculars

      A spotting scope is more expensive but this would actually be the best tool for watching whales from shore. It has significantly more power (zoom) then any binocular so would show the wales in much more detail. Especially if the wales are very far away from shore. The most powerful spotting scope we would recommend at a reasonable price would be the Barska 30-90×100. It magnifies at 30x to 90x times (!!) and comes with a table-top tripod. Details below:

      https://procular.com.au/barska-30-90×100-wp-spotting-scope-tripod/

      So quite a few good options there.. We hope this helps.

      Adam Murray, Procular
  3. Range finders need some prices

    1. Hi Andrew, you can view all the range finders and their prices here: https://procular.com.au/accessories/range-finders/

      Adam Murray, Procular

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