The world is so full of binoculars these days the choices become bewildering, especially since most hunters can’t afford to spend more than $2,000 on a super-binocular. Luckily, the quality of moderately priced binoculars keeps improving, and a good example is the new, made-in-America Trijicon HD 8x42.
The new Tract Toric utilizes top-grade Schott HT glass lenses multi-coated with anti-reflection coatings for improved image quality and superior light transmission values. The result is enhanced contrast—crisp, bright, razor-sharp images with minimal flare and glare, even when looking at or near the rising or setting sun.
Leupold’s new RBX-3000 HD combines exceptional glass with ranging capabilities of 3,000 yards, and features an on-board atmospheric sensor that displays temperature, air pressure and humidity.