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Nikon Monarch ATB: Reference Value Binos, Part 1
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Camera And Camcorder Reviews » Leupold Nikon Binoculars
By Brigham B. I used to own a pair of Leupold Acadia 8×42 binoculars. I used to use those same binoculars all the time and they worked okay. So, this year, in preparation for the fall deer hunting season, I needed to purchase a pair of replacement binoculars. He showed me a couple of pairs of binoculars that were very small and there was no way I was going to buy them. I bought them at Bi-Mart for $200 a couple of years ago. This time I wanted to get some that were a little more economical, but of a decent quality. I went to the local Bi-Mart store again and started looking around and asking the clerk behind the counter what options they had under $50. But I wanted something of a little better quality....
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A century and a half of history backs the fine optical goods Zeiss Optics has provided through the city of Jena in Germany. Organized by Carl Zeiss and Ernst Abbe in 1855, Zeiss was the first organization to create lenses through the technological rules of physics and the wave theory of optics.
During the ravages of World War II, Zeiss Optics supplied many of the optical items used by the German military – such as periscopes, binoculars, and of course riflescopes. A set of Zeiss binoculars were notoriously used by the infamous German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, and several hundreds of WW2 collectors claim that they possess that very set of field glasses.