A spotting scope is a tool that is a small telescope. It is a portable device that is both water and fog proof and is often used for bird watching. They typically have a higher magnification range than a pair of binoculars. You can use a spotting scope to see things that are very far away. In this article, we are comparing a Bushnell spotting scope with an OXA spotting scope.
Bushnell Trophy Xtreme Spotting Scope
The Bushnell is straight viewing with two variations. Variation number one has a magnification range of 16x-48x, and 50mm is the objective lens diameter. Variation number two has an objective lens diameter of 65mm and the magnification range is 20x-60x. Both of these variations have the same basic features, except for the magnification range differences. The scope’s optics are multi-coated which gives the scope its crisp image and superior light transfer.
To maximize the sharpness of the image, Bushnell used BAK4 Porro prisms. There are minimal spherical aberrations which give the scope an increased sharpness from edge-to-edge. The lightweight rubber armor on the body keeps the scope protected even against a bit of rough use. The scope is nitrogen-filled to give it the water and fog proofing element.
OXA Angled Waterproof Spotting Scope
The OXA has a range of 20x-60x and is one of the best scopes in its price range. The eyepiece is angled for easier viewing, and the images look bright and crisp with the multi-coated optics. The magnalium framework is protected by a shock-resistant rubber armor. Plus, the lens diameter is 60mm. It is smaller in size and fits easily into its carrying bag. It does not have a zoom feature, however.
ROXANT Blackbird High Definition Spotting Scope
The ROXANT comes with an angled eyepiece that is retractable to add comfort while viewing. The magnification range is 12x-36x, and the large lens gives a wide view. The rubber armor is rugged and non-slip. The optical glass is of superior quality as it is made of military grade BAK4 prism. The scope comes with a tripod, and ROXANT offers lifetime support. It is a smaller tripod that may prove to be too tiny for larger users.
As you can see there are a lot of choices, whether you choose to go with the Bushnell spotting scope or another choice, we will be happy to serve you at A&W Outlets. Let one of our customer service representatives help you find the right scope for your needs.