I picked up an old pair of Carl Zeiss 10x40s at a yard sale. I thought I might like them better than my 12x40 Steiners. I didn't. The Steiners spoil you because once you adjust them for yours eyes, you never have to focus them. You adjust focus with your eyes. I also find that my eyesight improves during hunting season. Focusing your eyes at different distances is good for them. My new Steiners are the Predator model. It does seem like they pick up the brown colors better. It helps for elk and Barbary Sheep, but doesn't make a lot of difference for deer. My only complaint with the Steiners is the eyecups. They fall off, and cost $40 a pair to replace. No excuse.
I have a pair of steiners that are about 20yrs old and have individual eye focus that have held up very well. As stated before the eye pieces needed replaced. I wear glasses and I glued a heavy o-ring on them rather than buying new eye cups.
Few days ago I bought new binoculars for deer hunting. I am fond of hunting. My binoculars are Vortex Optics RZB-2102 Razor HD 10×42. This binocular is made with state of the art lens coating that delivers the best level of light transmission for bright and clear images with high contrast. It is convenient in use. I found review about it opticzoo.com/best-binoculars-for-deer-hunting-reviews/
Last Edit: Apr 2, 2019 0:55:22 GMT -5 by davenport
Looking up reviews online will help you pick the pair you think would be best for you. Then again sure, it is always a good idea to ask for people's opinions online. Well I can tell you what I did and got. I purchased myself a good pair of bushnell legend l-series 10x42mm binoculars. I did a bit of reading on huntingfishingplus.com/best-hunting-binocular/ found out many pros and cons of many different binoculars. The way everything is written - nice and simple. Best part is that they didn't cost me much. Around 180 if I stand correct. Field of View: 340ft at 1000 yards. For the price I think this is more than amazing. After trying these binoculars out in the wilderness I did test them and so they are 100% Water/Fog Proof. All in all pretty good binoculars. I guess for me the one bad part was that there is no eye relief. Up for you to decide on what you want, I told you what I know.
Last Edit: May 8, 2019 6:38:18 GMT -5 by tothehead