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Bresser Condor 8x56 Binoculars

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Bresser Condor 8x56 Binoculars
Go anywhere with the 8x56 Condor binoculars from Bresser - they're waterproof, handy, and made with high quality craftsmanship. The twist-up eyecups adapt the binoculars easily whether you have eyeglasses or not and dioptre compensation is standard. Multi-coated, they feature BaK-4 prisms. The 8x56 model has a larger light-gathering power, and deliver brighter images, especially in dusk/dawn conditions. All models also have a new objective cap system that allows quick opening and closing, and can be completely removed with a twist of the wrist.
  • Binoculars
  • 8x Magnification
  • 56mm Lens
  • Roof prism
  • Fully multi-coated optics
  • 49 Brightness
  • Field of view: 117 yards
  • Compact body
  • Water proof
  • Dioptre compensation
  • Twist-up eyecups

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Very, very poor...

By SMark

from Atlanta, Georgia


  • Smooth focusing


  • Poor Quality Optics

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  • I wouldn't use them

Comments about Bresser Condor 8x56 Binoculars:

I purchased two Bresser binoculars at the same time. Both were 8x56 models, this Condor Roof Prism model and a JAGD Poro Prism model, with the idea that I would compare them side-by-side to see which I preferred. The comparison was night and day. First of all, the Condor either had some broken glass or other glass-like substance all over the inside of one of the barrels. So looking through both sides together never offered a pleasing view as it was very un-balanced. But even the "good" side was not nearly as clear and sharp as the views through the JAGD. So I never really considered getting a second Condor to replace the bad one that I received. The JAGD 8x56 had far superior views of all objects. It's hard to make a judgment of Bresser quality since I got one very nice binocular and one very defective one. Perhaps the Condor was dropped at some point before it got to me, I don't know. It is a fact that it is more difficult to make a good roof prism binocular than it is a good poro prism binocular, so perhaps I should expect to pay more for a roof prism design that can match a given poro prism design. I returned the Condor and kept the JAGD.

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