Bushnell 4x30 Xtra-Wide Binocular

Bushnell 4x30 Xtra-Wide Binocular

Bushnell 4x30 Xtra-Wide Binocular

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Bushnell 4x30 Xtra-Wide Binocular

Bushnell 4x30 Xtra-Wide Binocular

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  • Fully-Coated Optics
  • Focus-Free Convenience
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The Bushnell 4x30 Xtra-Wide compact is an free-focus binocular made for general purpose at a reasonable price. It is a great gift for all age groups. Its Xtra-wide capability makes it specially a useful companion for sports and the theater. Its nonslip rubber armored body offers great handling, and is capable of delivering fine resolution thanks to Bushnell's quality optics.

Note: This focus-free binocular is designed for viewing distant subjects. The close-focus distance is subjective and dependent on the user's eyesight.

Rubber-armored for extra durability
Fully-coated optics for sharp, and crisp views
UPC: 029757130532
Prism Type Not Specified by Manufacturer
Magnification 4x
Objective Lens Diameter 30 mm
Angle of View 17.1° (actual)
Field of View 897.7' @ 1000 yd / 299.2 m @ 1000 m
Exit Pupil Diameter 6.0 mm
Eye Relief 10 mm
Interpupillary Adjustment Not Specified by Manufacturer
Dioptric Correction Not Specified by Manufacturer
Focus Type Focus-Free
Tripod Mount None
Dimensions Not Specified by Manufacturer
Weight 14.50 oz / 411.08 g
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Package Weight 1.65 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.1 x 4.8 x 4.6"
4x30 Xtra-Wide Binocular is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 23.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Perfect for the theater Great for the theater/opera/ballet, perfect magnification level. At 4th tier level, I can both see the entire stage and full facial expressions. Get the benefit of cheap seats and overhead dance formations, with front orchestra level details. Extremely clear and bright images. Comes with neck strap and padded carrying case. Draw backs: bulky(for opera glasses), lack of eye focus makes it nearly impossible to get full field view while wearing glasses. Folding back the eye-cups help, but then the lenses rub on the glasses and can destroy the Anti-reflective coating.
Date published: 2011-06-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Wear Your Specs I have used the binoculars to watch a football game in a dome from row 16 at about the 10 yard line. When the ball was around the other 10 yard line, I was able to see almost the entire width of the field through the binoculars. The binoculars have no focusing mechanism and no diopter adjustment for the right eye, so your eyesight has to be perfect in order to use them. For me, that means folding back the rubber eyepieces and pressing the oculars against my glasses. That worked out really well, because I didn't have to put my glasses on when the play was closer and take them off when using the binoculars. The down side is that there is no relief, so you really have to press the oculars against your glasses. If this weren't the case, I probably would have given the binoculars a rating of 5.
Date published: 2010-11-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for concerts I've only used these for viewing indoor concerts. The wide field of vision is great for this purpose... probably not so great if you want to bird watch. 4X is plenty strong because remember, it magnifies your hands' natural shake, too. The unit is not like the compact binoculars on the market, it wouldn't fit in your pocket. However, it easily fits in a purse. Lastly, the rubber eye cups are comfortable with or without glasses. -I didn't give 5 stars only because I think they are a tad overpriced.
Date published: 2011-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best way to watch football !! Super high quality lens and the extra wide angle means you never miss the action. I am a season ticket holder for the University of Hawaii football and basketball teams and have enjoyed the games much more since I got these binoculars (actually they replace the same model I had stolen). Great buy and best price anywhere.
Date published: 2010-11-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good value at the price The ability to pick up things quickly without having to spend time moving the binoculars around until it is in the viewfinder is a real plus for wide angle lenses. The lower power isw no disadvantage and is great for viewing from a moving platform. I would like to see individual lense focusing in the future, the extra cost would be well worth it.
Date published: 2011-10-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These are amazing... An article in the local Syracuse newspaper by a young man stated that these binoculars were one of the top ten things that changed his life this year. I thought that sounded a little far fetched but guess what...these are amazing. Terrific for sporting events or just checking out the moon. Comes with a nice case with straps too. For the guy who has everything.
Date published: 2011-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Seat Upgrade I use these binoculars for going to the symphony, ballet, and opera. They are great seat upgrades. You are put right on stage with the performers. Ease of use; no fiddling with focus, comfort, and simplicity.
Date published: 2011-03-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good for finding constellations I use it to find my way around the stars at night. Its extra-wide field of view makes it a lot easier to recognize patterns in the stars. Using regular binoculars with 300-400' field of view, it is surprisingly difficult. The 900' FOV these provide allows me to see, for example, the entire handle plus 2 stars in the bowl of the big dipper, or most of Cepheus. I debated this purchase, because it's a negative that there is no focus adjustment, and eye relief is not huge, so some have said you need perfect vision to use these. But, happy to report that that is not the case. With glasses, you're pushed away from the lens a bit so it cuts down the FOV, maybe 25%. But that is still a pretty huge FOV. It is still a very practical tool for big picture stargazing. The objectives are not huge but much bigger than the eye so the view is clear and bright, and multiplies the number of visible stars several fold over what you would see without them. I also use them without glasses, which gives the full FOV and stars are a little blurry in my case but it's still worth it. Interestingly, in daytime, they work well for distant scenes (a block or more away) if wearing glasses, or things in backyard if I take my glasses off (I'm a little nearsighted). Optical quality seems excellent in the middle of the view. In the outer third or quarter, there is major blurring, but as the goal is to enhance peripheral vision, I do not find that to be a problem I think if you are interested in stars but live in a place with light pollution where you can only see a handful of stars, you will be pleasantly surprised how much these increase what's visible. These binoculars are a bit bulky - it seems like they started with a regular prism-type design and then enclosed the whole thing in a housing, for some reason. The case is large, looks a bit like a picnic lunch carrier (for a small lunch).
Date published: 2016-07-03
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