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An insight into the world of birds & animals

Wherever you are in the world, it is enough to take a step out the door to meet birds and other animals. They are constantly present. With binoculars you get a fantastic insight into the fascinating world of birds and animals. Hand binoculars and binoculars are available in a variety of sizes and magnifications.

No matter what you are interested in doing when you are in nature, there is a pair of binoculars for the purpose. Let the dog walk, kayak trip, mountain trip, bird watching, or hunting pass turn into an incredible nature experience. With a pair of binoculars, a completely new host opens. Regardless of whether you want a new or used binoculars, you will find it with us!

 

Discover all sides of nature through binoculars from Naturbutiken

The swedish nature store offers a wide range of optics for all types of uses. We have binoculars in all price ranges, from budget models to the most advanced and exclusive models. Our range also consists of hand-held binoculars, binoculars and monocular binoculars in various sizes and magnifications.

For those who want to make the nature experience even more intense, there are also hunting binoculars and binoculars for you as a bird watcher to choose from. With binoculars from Naturbutiken you can discover completely new aspects of nature and your part of that journey begins here in our category containing optics, binoculars, hand binoculars, tube binoculars, monocular binoculars, hunting binoculars & birdwatchers binoculars.


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Frequently asked questions about OPTICS

  • What determines if binoculars are good?

    What determines if binoculars are good?

    There are several factors that can determine whether a pair of binoculars is good or not. Some of the most important factors are magnification, objective diameter and field of view. High magnification binoculars can provide a clearer image, but they can also be more difficult to hold still. A larger lens diameter can increase the light penetration and thus give a brighter and sharper image. The field of view determines how large an area you can see through the binoculars at once, which can be important if you want to watch birds, for example. Other factors to consider before your purchase are the size and weight of the binoculars, its material and optical quality, and of course the price range. Get in touch with us if we can help you with your decision.

  • What does 10x25 on binoculars mean?

    What does 10x25 on binoculars mean?

    10x25 on a binocular means that it has a magnification of 10 times and an objective lens diameter of 25 millimetres. The magnification describes how much closer the objects in view will look compared to looking at them with the naked eye. A magnification of 10x means that objects will look 10 times closer than they actually are. The lens diameter describes the size of the front lens that collects light to give a clearer image. A larger objective lens diameter increases the amount of light admitted and gives a brighter and sharper image, but also makes the binoculars heavier and larger.

  • Can telescopes be used as binoculars?

    Can telescopes be used as binoculars?

    Yes, it is technically possible to use a telescope as a pair of binoculars, but it is not always the most practical or convenient solution. Telescopes are usually larger and heavier than binoculars, which makes them more difficult to handle and transport. In addition, telescopes are usually designed to provide a very high magnification, which makes it difficult to hold the binoculars steady and can result in a shaky and blurred image. Binoculars are therefore usually a better option for observing objects at short distances, while telescopes are more suitable for observing objects at longer distances or for astronomical observations at night.

  • How much do good binoculars cost on average?

    How much do good binoculars cost on average?

    The price of a good binocular can vary greatly depending on its quality and features. Generally speaking, you can expect to pay between SEK 1,000 to over SEK 10,000 for a high-quality pair of binoculars. Simpler binoculars can be purchased at a lower cost, while more advanced models with high magnification, larger lens diameters and better optical quality often tend to be more expensive. However, it is important to remember that price does not always correlate with the quality of the binoculars, and that there may be many affordable options on the market. It is always best to do careful research and read reviews before buying binoculars to find one that suits your needs and budget.
    Get in touch with us at the Nature Shop if we can help you with your decision.

  • How far can you see with binoculars?

    How far can you see with binoculars?

    The visual performance of a binocular varies according to its magnification, objective diameter and optical quality, so it is difficult to give an exact answer to how far you can see with it. Generally speaking, however, you would expect a standard 8x or 10x magnification binocular to be able to see objects up to a few hundred metres away. If you need to see further, you might consider a binocular with a higher magnification and larger objective diameter. It is also important to note that visibility and lighting conditions can affect vision, so it can be difficult to see clearly at longer distances in low light or poor weather conditions.

  • What are the best binoculars for birdwatching?

    What are the best binoculars for birdwatching?

    The best binoculars for birdwatching depend on your personal needs and budget. Generally speaking, binoculars with a magnification of 8x or 10x and an objective lens diameter of at least 40 millimetres are recommended for best results. Higher magnification binoculars can give a more detailed image, but may be more difficult to hold still. A larger lens diameter increases light penetration and gives a brighter, sharper image. It's also important to choose binoculars with high optical quality and a wide field of view, so that you can easily follow birds as they fly or move. Some of the most popular brands of binoculars for birdwatching include Swarovski, Zeiss and Leica, but there are also affordable options from the likes of Nikon and Vortex.

  • Why do we often see double in the binoculars?

    Why do we often see double in the binoculars?

    If you see double in the binoculars, it may be due to several factors. It may be because the binoculars are not correctly adjusted for your eyes or the eyepieces are not set at the correct distance from your eyes. It could also be because you have a visual disorder such as astigmatism or an imbalance between the vision in your eyes. To solve the problem of double vision, you can first try to adjust the eyepieces by using the focusing dial and diopter adjustment of the binoculars. If this does not solve the problem, it may be worth visiting an ophthalmologist to have your vision checked and possibly have a vision correction. It is also important to use high quality binoculars with correct optical alignment to avoid problems with double vision.

  • What is the difference between binoculars and a telescope?

    What is the difference between binoculars and a telescope?

    Binoculars and telescopes are both optical instruments used to see objects at a distance, but there are several differences between them. A binocular is usually smaller and more portable than a telescope and has two parallel tubes to look through. A binocular also usually has a smaller magnification and a smaller objective lens diameter than a telescope, making it more suitable for short-distance observations such as birdwatching, while a telescope is better for longer distances such as stargazing.


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