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Bird Spotting Scope Guide Pros & Cons Binocular Comparison Report Launched

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A&W Outlets launched a complete guide on choosing the right spotting scope for bird watching. The report offers easy-to-read information on the main features of a spotting scope, its advantages over binoculars, and a buying guide to help bird watchers choose the best scope.

A&W Outlets, an informative website on spotting scopes, launched a new report for anyone interested in purchasing a professional scope for bird watching. Featuring a brief overview of the main advantages of a spotting scope over binoculars, the report is ideal for bird watchers looking for a comprehensive analysis of the best spotting scopes.

More details can be found at A&W Outlet’s website.

A professional spotting scope is essential for bird watchers looking for improved long-distance magnification and clarity. The new report from A&W Outlets offers an overview of the main features of a spotting scope, a contrastive analysis between scopes and binoculars, as well as a brief comparison between the best spotting scopes for bird watching.

According to the report, spotting scopes have a wide range of uses, from bird watching and hunting to target shooting and race watching. Commercial models come in two versions, the prismatic and the catadioptric, the main difference being the arrangement and type of mirrors and lenses used.

The A&W Outlets report also discusses the main differences between spotting scopes and binoculars. While a pair of binoculars offers improved portability, its magnification range is typically limited to 10 – 20x. Spotting scopes, on the other hand, have variable magnification of up to 60x, making them ideal for long-distance bird watching.

Readers will also find a brief overview of the main features of a spotting scope. The report provides easy-to-read information on magnification, lens, image quality, eye relief and lens coating. Some brands that are covered: Barska, Feyachi, Nikon, Visionking, and more.

Finally, the A&W Outlets report also provides a buying guide for bird watchers interested in purchasing the best scope for their needs. Ten commercial models are analyzed in terms of cost and quality, the report also offering a pros and cons analysis of the five best products.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Allen Jones
Organization: A&W Outlets
Address: P.O Box 11, Evansville, IN 47701, United States

For more information, please visit http://awoutlets.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 287104