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Want a perfect binoculars for wildlife

India parvez Offline
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Hi everyone, i am searching for a perfect binoculars for viewing tigers particularly. I read about those that can show upto 2-3kms in hd view. That would be much better. But i would like to know which is best in range of less than 100USD. Please share your opinions and suggestions on this. 
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@Pckts ?
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(01-01-2020, 02:54 PM)parvez Wrote: Hi everyone, i am searching for a perfect binoculars for viewing tigers particularly. I read about those that can show upto 2-3kms in hd view. That would be much better. But i would like to know which is best in range of less than 100USD. Please share your opinions and suggestions on this. 
Thanks,

I used binoculars quite often when I was in Scandinavia, South America and Australia. I got them from relatives who bought them shortly after WWII. Those who had experience told me binoculars produced in Russia were both good and cheap in those days, but that was quite some time ago.
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I use Nikons which I remember not being pricey.
You definitely want binoculars before a safari so I do recommend getting them.
A good trick if you have steady hands is to put your phone camera lens up to the binocular and use it as a zoom function, my Gf does that quite often.
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@Pckts yes that is the technique i too wanted to use. Taking pictures of far away objects through phone via binoculars. I am planning to buy comet 10*50 which i think is good one. Nikon was slightly costlier. Comet i am getting for 50usd. The dealer told you can view distance of 4kms using them. That's good one i thought. Thanks for reply.
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I received the binoculars. It is good. It has clear vision upto 2kms. 

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