Closeouts. Become the predator with these Steiner of Germany Pro binoculars. The 40mm objective lenses offer superior light gathering capabilities and unsurpassed Steiner lens coating reduces the blues and greens of foliage and enhances reds and browns so wildlife stands out in heavy cover.
Full lens coating enhances reds and browns making wildlife easier to spot
NBR long-life armoring protects your investment during hard hunting sessions
C5 optics deliver clear, crisp images
Sport Auto Focus system allows for one-time focus adjustment in the field
Reviewed by Bobo from Alaska on Wednesday, October 20, 2010
I don't own these but I do have the night hunters by steiner. As far as difficult to focus??? Read the instructions...you don't focus on distant objects. It's pretty simple, find an object 25 yards away, cover one lense and turn the eye piece till it is perfectly clear. Then repeat with the other ey...
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Reviewed by Ulli from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada on Friday, December 14, 2012
I use this Binocular for hunting and I can't ask for a better one. Once you have it set up, which is really easy, it provides razor sharp images all the time. The contrast enhancing lens coating works, especially in the woods. If I don't break it, I won't buy another Binocular.
Correct the Steiner Predator Pro Binoculars will have to be adjusted for different users.
Answered on 1/3/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod. Spec. Ryan from Sierra Trading Post
That is true of any pair of binoculars. One eye has to be focused seprately from the the normal (non-steiner) focus knob in the center. You're focusing both eyes indepenantly with the Steiners, which is no more work than any other binoculars. You just don't have to refocus for every time you look at something at a different distance, as you would with other binoculars. These are ideal for moving objects or if you are in motion (moving car/boat etc.). I won't buy anything else!
Answered on 8/26/2012 12:00:00 AM by Steiner Man from Yellowstone National Park, WY