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1. the focus ring makes scratchy, springlike sound when rolling to the right. This makes it feel a little cheap. 2. White objects such as fence have slight yellow fringe
Other than those two, the quality is better than Leupold at same price range. Maybe I got a lemon but will use it a little more to confirm. Quality here means the heft and better lens cover. It weights more since the body is metalic. If you lug it around too long, it might get a little heavy. I like it like this so will bear it. I was going to get the x42 but glad I did not since it is 5oz more in weight. x32 is bright enough for sight seeing.
Wow. 1st pair of nicer binoculars. I usually don't pay more than $50. But I have now been through a few pair cheap binocs which were supposed to be waterproof, but weren't really. These have an incredible clarity and image sharpness. Weight is a little more than the cheaper pairs (+/-5oz) comfortable on the neck. Mainly used for low light hunting or high light contrast (like looking into cover from a brighter position) and glassing at distance
These are my first pair of viewing binoculars and I LOVE them! They're a bit hard to find subjects in at first, but I'm getting used to the intense zoom and love seeing details in the birds on the prairie!
I bought these small binos to have in my side-by-side since they are not expensive and have an excellent warranty. I was pleasantly surprised when using these. They are not as good as my much, much more expensive binos but the clarity and low light vision is excellent for the price. Highly recommend.