Swarovski's SLC series roof prism binoculars are ideal for those who want more quality and performance with ergonomic design distinguished by international awards. Optimal viewing comfort, provided by the unconventionally large prism system, and a brilliant field of view make these modern and slender optics truly special for those who appreciate something special. Now arriving in Swarovski's newer forest green finish, as well as having an improved bridge with curvature for better handling.
When you prefer a big, bright view that's as uncramped as it gets and don't mind the requisite additional mass, weight & expense which comes along with these demands, you'll want a binocular such as the 10x50 WB SLC. This is by no means a small optic, one much more suited to daylong carrying via a well-padded case supported by your torso instead of upon your neck with any strap. But the difference between a premium 10x50 and even the upper echelon of 8x32, 8.5x42 and 10x42 offerings is quite apparent. The 10x50 has that brigher edge, along with a background that will be brilliantly blurred behind the subject. Thus observing a subject cast below a thick tree canopy will be no problem at all; it stands out even in poor light, with the coverings afar simply cast out of focus.
For a select few, the 10x50 will always be the view that cannot be denied versus the convenience of a 10x42 or 8.5x42 optic. Best of all, the 10x50 WB SLC's advantages are most apparent before dawn, after dusk, and in to twilight-when many animals you would wish to observe are at their peak activity levels.
In 2009, Swarovski now is including their lovely Snap Shot digiscoping adapter with all of their SLC-"new" binoculars.