Set your sights where your legs can’t take you, with the help of binoculars and scopes. If you like observing wildlife in its natural element, you know that birds and animals can get spooked easily; you can’t approach them freely without having them run or fly away. And when you’re in the crowd at a show or sporting game/race, a lot can escape you even if you’re in the front row.
Bring wildlife close to you without scaring it away, or catch event action in detail without leaving the sidelines. Here at CameraPro you’ll find a diverse selection of binoculars and scopes from trusted brands such as Canon and Nikon.
Binoculars come in numerous different sizes and weights. Some are small, compact, and easy to travel with while others are more complex and heavier in weight. Think about how and where you want to use your binoculars and buy the appropriate ones for your needs.
Most binoculars are weather- and waterproof. Some are even submersible, making them great for underwater adventures. If you intend to use your binoculars in a variety of outdoor elements, it’s wise to choose a pair that meets these essential requirements.
Any type of zooming device or lens will almost always create shake that blurs the images. Some binoculars come with image stabilisers making it easier for you to stay focused on your subject from a far distance.
Whether you are a serious wildlife watcher, weekend nature lover or keen sports spectator, we can help you find the ideal pair of binoculars to meet your needs.
Binoculars are typically described by a set of numbers, e.g. 8×25 or 10×42 (or 0825 or 1042 in another format).
The first number refers to magnification (i.e. how many times closer your subject will appear). The larger this first number, the bigger your subject appears through the binoculars.
(Just bear in mind that the higher the magnification, the steadier your arms need to be. 7x to 12x magnification generally works for hand holding and wide area viewing. To hold binoculars of more than 12x magnification it’s worth using a tripod or stand to keep things steady.)
The second number indicates the diameter of the objective (i.e. front) lens in millimetres, which affects the amount of light that can pass through the lens. The larger this second number, the brighter the image you’ll see – and the larger and heavier the binoculars.
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All scopes and binoculars for sale at CameraPro are covered by a full Australian warranty. You can rest assured that we will offer you the best after-service care possible. Feel free to contact one of our knowledgeable team members at any time should you have any questions or need any advice regarding your purchase.