Binoculars & Scopes
Eden compact binoculars
Compact binoculars can offer you many advantages. After all, compact pairs are a lot lighter and easy to take with you.
You don’t necessarily have to take another bag with you for your bins, you can simply pop it in your coat pocket. With an Eden compact binocular you can benefit from all the great aspects of a large pair without actually having one with you. Perfect when you go out for a walk, go golfing or horseback riding.
10x25 and 8x25 bins
A pair with a 25 mm front lens can easily be stored in your backpack or even a purse. Even as a back-up for in your car this type of pair is perfect. Because of the small front lens not only the size and weight are very limited, the exposure to light is also less. The clarity of the image also reduces a little faster at twilight than when you are using a larger front lens. However, during a long hike this doesn’t outweigh the fact that a small pair weighs next to nothing and that it is so compact.
A pair of binoculars with a 32 mm front lens is the perfect compromise between the 25mm pair where the exposure to light is less and the larger 42 mm pair. You maintain the compact size of a 25 mm pair, but in terms of the quality of the image and the clarity you will almost be at the same level as when you use a 42 mm pair. As such a pair with a 32 mm front lens is the perfect companion during hikes or day trips. A full-fledged pair, but a little more manageable.
8x42 and 10x42 monocular
An Eden monocular is ideal when you want to benefit from a top-quality image but also a compact tool. Because you only have one lens and one ocular you save a ton of weight. And yet, with a 42 mm front less you will see a lot clearer at twilight than when you are using a compact 32 mm or 25 mm pair. In addition to its low weight a monocular can also be practical when you are following animals or other objects. With one eye you follow the object and when you have a clear image you switch to your other eye to bring the object closer with your monocular. It takes a little getting used to, but in comparison to a regular pair you don’t have to look up and away as often to maintain a clear overview.