The Benefits Of Extra-Low Dispersion Glass In Binoculars

Find out more about how Extra-low dispersion glass can help you get a better result from binoculars.

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Extra - low dispersion glass for high color fidelity and sharp details

Binoculars for nature lovers and bird photographers have to meet the highest standards in terms of color fidelity and richness of details. Low quality binoculars are the last thing a birder needs. In fact, binoculars should help their users in species identification, so color errors or blurred images are unacceptable. In the Eschenbach trophy ED binoculars, the extra-low dispersion glass has been developed precisely for this purpose.


Binoculars for bird watching

The whole Trophy ED binocular series has the required characteristics a pair of binoculars for bird watching must have; they are compact, robust and waterproof thanks to the nitrogen filling. This makes the binoculars resistant to and prevents fogging of the internal optics in damp weather. The Trophy series are also wide-angle binoculars. The visual field is then enlarged and substantially facilitates birdwatching and photographing.


What are the lenses of extra - low dispersion glass made of?

Of course, there are lots more binoculars that have the characteristics mentioned above (such as the sektor F – series). The special feature of the trophy ED is the lenses. They are made from extra-low dispersion glass which corrects colour errors. This kind of glass balances the different strengths of refraction of the colours that compose a light beam. The result? The blurry fringes are minimized and the transitions are smooth; the images are more detailed, colorful and bright. 


Different binoculars for different birders

Bird watching and photographing experiences can be lived very differently. Do you watch the birds up close or from a great distance? Will you observe lively birds or standing birds? Are the birds easily identifiable or do you have to distinguish the species? All these criteria may impact the kind of binoculars a birdwatcher requires. Thus, any kind of natural observation is possible thanks to the different sizes provided in the trophy series. Have a look at the different sizes of binoculars available in the Trophy series by clicking here!

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