Viking Kestrel ED 8x42 Binoculars
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Viking Kestrel ED 8x42 Binoculars

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  • 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful

    Excellent binocular

    For the price these Kestrel Ed 8x42 punch above their weight! I would expect these to cost around £400 to £500 mark. Built like a tank with a beautiful design and feel. These produce a tack shape image with excellent colour rendition true to life. Contrast is really good and sharpness is retained to about 80% of the fov. One minor issue that arise on overcast / cloud days is the veiling glare. This can crop up at the bottom of the fov depending on the intensity of light reflections. This will only be visible in open areas facing the sun. A part for that it’s a steal!!

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    Excellent!

    I opted for these after reading a review online and they have more than lived up to expectations. They feel solidly constructed without being too bulky and I like the soft-sheen rubber finish. The focusing ring is a decent size and is easy to adjust (even with freezing fingers on winter mornings!). The image quality is truly exceptional and a marked improvement on the old compact binos they replaced. Overall, very impressed with them for the price!

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