binocs


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binocs

(bɪˈnɒks)
pl n
informal binoculars
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Basically, they make well designed widgets allowing you to use your smart phone to "see" through scopes, binocs, spotting scopes and even microscopes.
Their cameras and binocs gave them away but they say, 'We're here about the rare bird.' My husband and I just looked at each other and laughed.
We sat there for 20 minutes with our binocs trained on the majestic bird as it dismembered and fed the fish to its young.
"My search with binocs immediately produced a prominent ball of fuzzy light in its still imperceptibly slow roll past the head of the celestial dragon." When I first spotted Comet I-A-A, it was a roughly magnitude-4.9 object detectable with the naked eye, with a 15' patch of coma visible in a 6-inch telescope.
One angler watches the radar for the returns of sea birds, while crew look out with binocs. This action in Northwest Providence Channel, Bahamas waters.
Caption: Jeff's early 21st century Burris binocs are clear, comfortable and cost far less than equivalent European ones.
This unit is on the entry level of range-finding binocs when it comes to functionality--and had some misreadings during testing--but overall you can't beat the cost, and optically, this binocular is good for the price.
Along the way, you may see dolphins and humpbacks, so bring the binocs or a sizable zoom lens.
She left the men in the Ford and took out her long-range binocs. The eagle was grooming its feathers and eyeing the fish rippling the waters offshore.
5 These 10x36mm binocs feature RainGuard HO water-repellent lens coating, ultra-wideband coating and Prime ED glass.
So, heart fluttering, I grabbed my binocs to join the bird watchers flocking to a quiet corner of Hampshire.
Designed for the way children play, the binocs feature rubberized grips, safety lanyard with break-away buckle, and flexible eye cups, and are waterproof--just in case.