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Bushnell Falcon 133410 Binoculars Review

Bird watching is a very popular activity done by all ages of people world wide.  Many bird watchers have several pair of binoculars.  The Bushnell Falcon 7x35mm is well reviewed by customers and we would like to share more information about them with you.

Bushnell Falcon binoculars review

General information

Bushnell is a very popular binocular brand and a high quality product. The Falcon series offers powerful magnification at affordable prices.  

These binoculars can be used in a variety of situations such as a sporting event, where it is difficult to see.  You might find yourself in a tropical jungle bombarded with stimuli, when you think you spot a bird moving in the distance.  

The Bushnell Falcon will help you zoom in on the movement.  Its durable design and rubberized attachments which are abrasion resistant will make your life as a birdwatcher that much more enjoyable.  

You will definitely enjoy the focus lever which will provide you with smooth feedback. The Bushnell designers and manufacturers have provided you with just the right amount of tension to fine tune your object.  

The Porro prism and coated lenses add to the sharpness and clarity.  If you wear eyeglasses or you prefer to observe nature wearing your sunglasses, these binoculars have fold-down eye cups to protect your lenses from scratching.  Of course, they have thought of everything.  Safely tuck them inside the storage case and use the straps to carry them over your shoulder.

Bushnell Falcon Binoculars 

Statistics

  • High Density clarity
  • Tested extensively
  • Built to last a very long time
  • 7x magnification
  • Porro prism
  • Auto focusing 
  • 35 mm lens diameter
  • 21 ounce weight
  • 20 feet close focusing
  • 12 mm eye relief
  • 5 mm exit pupil
  • 420 ft. field of view at 1000 yards

Prisms and Price

There are two types of prisms used in binoculars.  The Roof prism and the Porro prism.  It is all about the light.  The Porro prism makes the light do a little jog on its way through the lens, while the Roof prism allows the light to pass through in a straight line.  The Porro prism idea has been around a long time and is the easier of the two prisms to produce so binoculars using the Porro prism technique are cheaper.  Some say the image has more clarity than the Roof prism.  As a result, the Bushnell Falcon Binocular series uses the Porro prism method and can sell them to you are a much cheaper price.

Customer Comments

David says, “The Bushnell Falcon Binoculars are inexpensive, well made, and light weight.”

Scott says, “The InstaFocus with one finger is dead on, and the ability to track a moving object was great.”

Roy says, “The 7x magnification is the sweet spot. The higher the mags, the harder they are to handle.”

Roland says, “The quality is great and the price makes them so affordable that you can purchase multiple binoculars for groups i.e. kids.” 

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