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Zeiss Victory RF 10×42 T – Binocular

R67,700.00 R50,889.00

Zeiss Victory RF 8×42 T – Binoculars

R65,600.00 R49,249.00

ZEISS Victory 10×32 SF – Binoculars


ZEISS Victory 8×32 SF – Binoculars


Zeiss Victory 10×42 T SF – Binocular

R46,900.00 R35,189.00

Zeiss Victory 8×42 T SF – Binocular

R45,900.00 R34,509.00

Canon 10X42 L IS WP – Binocular

R31,600.00 R25,889.00

Canon 14X32 IS – Binocular

R30,000.00 R24,589.00

Canon 10×32 IS – Binoculars

R28,300.00 R23,189.00

Canon 12X32 IS – Binocular

R28,300.00 R23,189.00

Canon 18X50 IS – Binocular

R28,300.00 R23,189.00

Canon 15X50 IS – Binocular

R25,000.00 R20,489.00

Celestron NexStar 4se 102mm f13 Maksutov-Cassegrain GoTo – Telescope

R23,500.00 R17,599.00

Nikon 10×42 Monarch HG Binocular

R20,500.00 R16,779.00

Zeiss Conquest HD 10×42 T – Binocular

R22,000.00 R16,489.00

Nikon 10×42 HG L DCF Binocular – Binoculars


Zeiss Conquest HD 8×42 T – Binocular

R21,100.00 R15,829.00

Celestron NexStar 102slt 102mm f6.5 Refractor – Telescope

R20,100.00 R15,099.00

Canon 12X36 III IS – Binocular

R18,500.00 R15,089.00

Celestron NexStar 90SLT 90mm f/14 Maksutov-Cassegrain GoTo Telescope

R18,500.00 R13,849.00





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Binoculars or field glasses are two telescopes mounted side-by-side and aligned to point in the same direction, allowing the viewer to use both eyes (binocular vision) when viewing distant objects. Most are sized to be held using both hands, although sizes vary widely from opera glasses to large pedestal mounted military models.

Unlike a (monocular) telescope, binoculars give users a three-dimensional (3D) image: for nearer objects, the two views, presented to each of the viewer’s eyes from slightly different viewpoints, produce a merged view with an impression of depth.

Binoculars are a kind of tool that lets people see far-away things more clearly, using a technology called optics. They are made of a pair of matched telescopes that are held in front of the user’s eyes.

The two telescopes have lenses that focus light and magnify the image, a process called magnification. This way, when someone looks through the binoculars at a far-away object, it looks much closer.

Early binoculars had two Galilean telescopes without prisms. Modern ones have prisms inside, which fold the light path to shorten the length of the tubes. That is why a binocular is shorter than standard telescopes of similar power.

Binoculars were invented in the 17th century. They allow a telescope user to use both eyes. The Royal Navy used single telescopes, but now all ships have heavy binoculars. Heavy ones can be mounted on swivels to scan the horizon. Binoculars are also a standard issue in all armies. Night vision binoculars use photocathode electronics to intensify the image.

Binoculars are also used for theatre (opera glasses), birdwatching amateur astronomy, and watching the scenery.

A binocular, optical instrument, usually handheld, for providing a magnified stereoscopic view of distant objects, consisting of two similar telescopes, one for each eye, mounted on a single frame. A single thumbwheel may control the focus of both telescopes simultaneously, and provision may be made for adjusting the focus of each separately to allow for varying characteristics in the two eyes. Binoculars are designed to give an upright view that is correctly oriented left-to-right. Because they allow the use of both eyes in a natural way, they are more comfortable than single telescopes, provide depth perception, and improve visual acuity by giving the human visual system two sets of data to process and combine.

The absolute fact is that you can’t see objects closer than they appear to be without a binocular. The Binocular is a device built out of lenses polished to give the 10x or 8x magnifying effect. The Binocular is very popular in wildlife where one wants to see birds or wildlife closer to identify them or just see them clearer. The binocular is a must on all wildlife safaris. Any game ranger or wildlife enthusiast or addict will have one in his or her bag. There are many brands of binoculars but the most bought binoculars in the world are the Zeiss, Canon, Nikon, and Leica binoculars.

At Foto Discount World we make sure to keep the best brands in Binoculars. The best brands in binoculars are Zeiss, Nikon, Canon, Bushnell, and Olympus. The number of sell-through binoculars proves that these brands are the most popular due to reliability, quality, and affordability. The best deals on binoculars in South Africa is to find at Foto Discount World online shop. We negotiate better prices on binoculars for you to buy online.

Review these facts on binoculars and you will find the same conclusions we have to find on binoculars. Reliability, affordability, built quality, and great optics on binoculars. If you want to buy binoculars online we have many ways to pay and free delivery on offer in South Africa. Binoculars are a great viewing tool to get the object closer when you on safari or just relax at your lodge for some bird viewing. When you look at your binoculars it is obvious it must have a clear round circle to view through.

Yes, it has to scopes but together they make one scope on the eyes.  Like what your eyes see you have two eyes but see one vision. It is amazing the quality of new binoculars these days, so if you have an old binocular it is time to upgrade to a new one you will be amazed at the quality that the new binoculars will give you today. Buy your new next binocular online at Foto Discount World and Save.