Being able to see things clearly and effectively at night is a hobby for some people and a necessity for others. Regardless of whether or not you are using night vision binoculars for fun or for work, it can be handy to know more about them. Unlike regular monoculars or binoculars, the night vision variety incorporates different technology, and as a result will be differently priced. Below are a few things you should consider when choosing a pair of night vision binoculars or monoculars. We’ve also listed our Top 5 Night Vision Monoculars and Binoculars.
When it comes to looking at the night skies, binoculars can work better than telescopes in some ways. They are more portable, intuitive to use and offer a wider field of view. If you like astronomy, you should have a decent pair of binoculars. Even if you already own a telescope or two, you should still have a minimum of one good pair of binoculars. If you are a beginning astronomer, or if you love to look up at the stars, then you will most likely use your binoculars even more than your telescope. The following is a quick guide on choosing astronomy binoculars. We’ve also listed our Top 3 Astronomy Binoculars for 2017.
Picking the right tripod for your spotting scope can be a lot tougher than one might think. A lot of it depends on the type of scope you have. While smaller tripods would be a cheaper options that doesn’t mean they are suitable for your scope. The same can be said for more expensive tripods. Some of the better tripods to choose from are listed below.
Are you looking for binoculars that are specifically designed for bird watching? The following guide talks about what to look for when picking out a pair of binoculars and some of the features that top-notch bird watching binoculars have. We’ve also included our Top 5 Bird Watching Binoculars for 2017. (Note that these selected models are also suitable for wildlife and nature viewing, travel or general use).