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Type
   Type       
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   Galilean       Galilean binoculars use a convex objective and a concave eyepiece lens to produce a magnified image which is not inverted. 
   Porro Prism       Porro prism binoculars use a porro prism in a double prism, Z-shaped configuration to produce a magnified image that is not inverted. 
   Roof Prism       Roof prism binoculars use either the Abbe-Koenig prism or Schmidt-Pechan prism designs to produce a magnified image that is not inverted. 
   Other       Any other binocular design not listed. 
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Performance
   Magnification       Magnification is how many times larger a distant object will appear as compared to the unaided eye. 
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   Objective Lens Diameter       Objective lens diameter is a measure of the size of the front lenses of the binocular. In general, larger objective lenses result in brighter images. 
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   Angular Field of View       Angular field of view is a measure of the width of the area that can be seen through binoculars. 
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   Eye Relief       Eye relief is the maximum distance you can have between your eye and the eyepiece lens before the field of view is reduced. 
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   Exit Pupil       Exit pupil is the objective lens diameter divided by the magnification. It is a quick measure of the relative brightness of the image produced by the binoculars. In general, the larger the exit pupil, the greater the brightness. 
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   Close Focus Distance       Close focus distance is the minimum distance you must be from an object before it can be brought into focus. 
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   Length       The length of the binoculars. 
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   Weight       The weight of the binoculars. 
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Application
   Application       
   Your choices are...         
   Astronomy       The binoculars are designed to be used for star gazing and astronomy applications. 
   Bird Watching       The binoculars are designed to be used for bird watching applications. 
   Hunting       The binoculars are designed to be used for hunting applications. 
   Marine       The binoculars are designed to be used for marine applications. 
   Military       The binoculars are designed to be used for military applications. 
   Spectator       The binoculars are designed to be used by spectators at large events such as baseball games, parades, etc. 
   Theatre       The binoculars are designed to be used for use in a theatre. 
   Other       Any other application not listed. 
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Features
   Features       
   Your choices are...         
   Compact       The binoculars are reduced in size for efficiency. 
   Focus Free       The binoculars have no center wheel for focusing. Objects viewed through the binoculars will be in focus. 
   Fog-proof       The binoculars are coated to resist fogging. 
   Hands-Free       Hands-free binoculars are worn like eyeglasses. 
   Night Vision       The binoculars have night vision capabilities. 
   Reticle       The binoculars have a scale built in to the lenses. 
   Shock Proof       The binoculars are resistant to shock. 
   Tripod Adaptable       The binoculars come with a mount for attaching to a tripod. 
   Waterproof       The binoculars are waterproof. 
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