Celestron Binoculars Deals On Black Friday 2020
In days gone by Celestron mainly centered on basic level binoculars, but recently they have started creating higher quality binoculars and today I’d say that their brand would are a symbol of quality at a realistic price. Celestron have been in a position to bring their understanding of telescope optics to the field of binoculars, where they have combined superior optics, modern design and technology to create affordable binoculars and spotting scopes not merely for astronomy but also for most terrestrial uses aswell.
Among Celestron’s higher-specification ranges, the Granite binoculars has seriously impressed me (Read my full reviews of the 8×42 and the 9×33 Granites that both scored a superb 82%) – because of the consumption of top quality ED glass and quality coatings on the prisms and lenses produce a fantastic quality image, that is wrapped up in today’s open hinge design magnesium body that not merely looks good, but is light and incredibly comfortable to hold.
Celestron SkyMaster Pro Binoculars
Among Celestron’s latest ranges, the mid-level SkyMaster Pro’s derive from, but certainly also a step-up from the entry-level, but extremely popular “standard” SkyMaster series.
Designed with astronomy at heart, both models within the SkyMaster Pro series also make very capable instruments for long-range terrestrial observation and highlights include an aluminium chassis, that’s both water and fogproof.
Celestron SkyMaster Pro Binoculars have a completely multi-coated optical pathway and use Porro prisms created from BaK-4 glass
Both models have an individual located focus wheel and right eye diopter adjustment. That is interesting and certainly benefits those attempting to also utilize the binocular throughout the day and give attention to nearer objects as much astro binoculars employ a person eyepiece focus mechanism and so have a diopter adjuster on each eyepiece no central focus wheel.
Celestron SkyMaster Pro binoculars are also tripod mountable and regarding the 15×70 model comes an extremely high quality metal adapter which includes a RSR (Reflex Sight Ready) rail mounted on the most notable of it, whilst the 20×80 SkyMaster Pro includes a everlasting tripod mounting bar fixed to it with the RSR rail and so will not require an adapter.
Celestron Granite Binoculars
The top of the number Celestron Granite roof prism binoculars can be found in 8×42, 10×42, 10×50, 12×50, 9×33 and 7×33 configurations and show extra low-dispersion (ED) glass which reduces color dispersion and aids in preventing prevents chromatic aberration and for that reason is able to create a superior image with reduced (or none) color fringing, improved sharpness and clarity with exceptional light transmission and exceptional color resolution and contrast.
The open frame design looks great, gives you excellent grip despite having one hand and is comfortable to take care of whilst also really helps to reduce weight. Moreover the body is constructed of magnesium which is a lot lighter and more robust than the additionally used aluminum.
All models have already been Nitrogen-purged (meaning their internal air has been replaced with dry nitrogen gas) and sealed, making the Granite both waterproof and fogproof.
Excellent optics and coatings have already been used throughout which includes: Fully Multi-Coated Optics and BaK-4 Prisms that contain phase correction and the most effective dielectric high reflectivity coatings on them.
What’s also cool is you’ Binocular Harness comes free with these. A thing that I have seldom seen any other brand offer before and think is very a great idea.
Most models have a broad field of view with regards to their power and the 8×42 Granite boasts the one which is 426ft wide at 1,000 yards which coupled with a beautiful view and the rest of the quality features and pieces helped them scoop the very best Birding Binocular for 2012 award.
Celestron Trailseeker ED Binoculars
The older, non-ED version of the TrailSeeker (see below) is among Celestron’s real success stories, combining a higher degree of performance with a realistic price tag. This balancing act is obviously not easy and so going one step further and bettering on an already winning formula often can not work.
However, with the inclusion of high-quality ED glass, I believe in cases like this Celestron has were able to pull it off with their newer TrailSeeker ED range.
In addition to the addition of extra low-dispersion (ED) glass, this newer series has already established quite a major updating conditions of the surface. The design is a lot newer looking, uses metal eyepiece housings and the focus wheel is a lot more stylish and less generic than whatever was used on the initial TrailSeeker.
Otherwise, the optics will be the identical to the Granite series, with many high-end features that include Dielectric Coatings on the Phase Corrected roof prisms.
Much like the non-ED version, among the real stars in this series may be the Celestron 8×42 Trailseeker ED which has managed to keep up with the incredibly wide field of view (426ft @ 1000 yds) to complement that of the 8×42 Granite