Monoculars are comparable to binoculars. They are viewing devices that help to observe objects at a distance. The only difference is that they focus on one eye. This is the difference between monoculars and binoculars, which allow you to see far away with both eyes. They have a magnifying optical device that allows observation at long distances. If the more compact binoculars seem too bulky, a monocular may be a good alternative. Whether for hunting, hiking, sightseeing or attending a show or sport, the monocular offers stereoscopic vision. In addition, some models have a very long range. Below is our long description of everything there is to know about monoculars. You will also find a description on each page of our selection of the best monoculars available in our store.
How to choose the right spotting scopes ?The choice of spotting scopes is not always easy. There are many types of long-range telescopes monoculars with different features and applications. Depending on whether you want to observe deep sky stars (day or night), wildlife or flora, the choice of your magnifier is not the same. First of all, you should know what the numbers on the specifications of your telescope mean. Often you will see information such as: - 7x50 ; - 7-12x50 ; - 12x60 ; - 15-45x60 ; - ...etc. What are these numbers ? In simple language, the first number or numbers represent the magnification and the second number after the X represents the lens diameter expressed in millimeters. In other words, 15x60 = magnification of the 10 x 60 mm diameter lens. Let's look at the role of these markings in choosing a monocular.
- The magnification
- Lens diameter
- Other aspects to take into account when choosing a monocular