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|Objective diameter:||42 mm|
|Field of view:||142 m @ 1000 m|
|Eye relief:||17.2 mm|
|Lens coatings:||Fully multi-coated|
|Size:||8 x 8 x 8 inches|
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Since our initial review of the Bresser Everest 8x42 ED binocular, we've seen lots of other binoculars come and go, and we keep coming back to the Bresser Everest 8x42 when we reach out and grab a pair for casual observation. Our in-house pair has seen quite a bit of use in the last few months - for a little over $200, you can't go wrong.
We were completely surprised at the quality of these binoculars. They have a very solid feel, and every moving part is smooth and tight without too much resistance. The body hinge provides just the right amount of resistance and holds its position once set. Bresser Everest 8x42 binocular includes three position twist-up eye cups. The center focus knob is metal, not plastic like most binoculars at this price, and smooth one-finger adjustments are a breeze. Astronomy enthusiasts and birdwatchers will be happy to know that a tripod adapter thread hides behind the Bresser button on the body hinge. The Everest binocular also has a magnesium body wrapped in rubber armor, which is a huge plus. The body of the Bresser Everest 8x42 is solid and has some heft to it, without being too heavy - it weighs just 24 ounces.
The glass quality on these binoculars is unbelieveable at this price. The image is extremely clear and there is virtually no chromatic aberration aross the entire focus range. The right eye diopter adjustment is very precise and maintains focus throughout the entire range as well. We tested these binoculars on several winter nights and found the low-light performance to be quite impressive. Normally we have lots of complaints about lens caps, but the Bresser Everest 8x42 comes with both a high quality raingaurd, as well as objective lens caps that actually attach to the binocular body.
Overall, we were extremely surprised at the quality of the Bresser Everest 8x42 binoculars. They haven't been around for long, but they're building a reputation as being one of the best values available. Don't be fooled by the price. We will stand behind these binoculars 100%.
The optics of these high quality binoculars, thanks to a novel full FBMC (Full Broadband Multi Coating) fully multi coated roof-prism optics made of Barium crown glass (BaK-4), offers minimal reflections and a high transmission.
It produces especially sharp true color and high contrast images throughout the whole field of view. Thanks to the close near focusing distance, even close-up observations can be performed. The nitrogen filled bodies of the EVEREST prevents fogging and averts dirt from entering the binoculars. Stable rubber armor provides robustness and comfort when in use. The large, central focusing wheel, wide eye distance, as well as Twist-Up eyecups, that are especially user-friendly for spectacle wearers, provide for comfortable and quick usability in all situations.
The 8x42 offer high transmissions and deliver clear pictures even in twilight conditions. High quality ED glass is used for these models to further enhance optical qualities. A tripod connection thread is standard for all models.