Finding a decent pair of binoculars without spending a fortune used to be tough to do, but not any more. New manufacturing methods are allowing makers to trickle many of the high-tech features that used to be found only in higher-priced models down to their budget glass. Here are five great, affordable binoculars to consider.
<h2>Bushnell Legend Ultra HD 10x42</h2>Having a tough time trying to pick out a moderately priced Bushnell binocular from the catalog? Here’s a short cut—the <b>Legend Ultra HD 10x42</b>. The unit’s ED Prime glass is set in a magnesium housing and has both Ultra Wide Band and RainGuard coatings for excellent light transmission and all-weather function. This utility glass also has a locking diopter, tough rubber outer coating and long eye-relief. Bushnell even tosses in a fancy harness if neck straps rub you raw.<br><br> $250<br><br> <a href="http://www.bushnell.com/"target="_blank">bushnell.com</a>
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