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Bushnell Infinity 8.5 x45

Introduced in 2007, Bushnell's Infinity range consists of 2 designs with uncommon requirements-- 8.5 x45 and 10.5 x45. It felt excellent in the hands though and appeared reassuringly well put together. The Infinity feels strong and difficult.

Bushnell Infinity 8.5 x45
Focussing with the two-finger-wide focusser is smooth, light and accurate (possibly too light for some tastes). The eyecup mechanics are great. They twist up and down and have 4 click-stopped positions offering an optimum estimated eye relief of 19.5 mm, which ought to be great for glasses users.

The Infinity provides an excellent view of the bird too. At 2 metres, the close focus is really great too, though as is commonly the case, closing an eye for close up work includes to the seeing convenience. I was especially pleased with the Infinity's performance when seeing topics versus the light and it did well in pulling information out of the shadows.

And as soon as again, Bushnell have actually offered a strap that is precariously long. All in all, this is a light-weight however chunky all weather condition binocular that provides a really excellent view.