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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: December/30/2012 at 12:28
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Steiner predator extreme 10x42. What are the opinions? I like the eye cups on them. There are very few binoculars with eye cups. My father in law has some kahles that I like with eyecups.
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The Steiner Predator Extreme are good binoculars for their price point and their intended purpose, which is hunting. If you're using them to find game in low-light situations, I think they're worth getting. However, if you're looking for a bino for general wildlife/nature observation and want accurate color reproduction, then, I'd look elsewhere. The Predator's use specific color filters to help game stand out, but it can make some color representation inaccurate.

If they fit your needs, it's a well built bino. The winged eyecups can be useful and can be folded down if you don't want to use them.

Also, in that price range, you could try the Nikon Monarch 7, Zen-Ray ED3, and various Minox Binos that are also good. Also, the Bushnell Ultra HD.
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