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|Objective Lens Diameter||20 mm|
|Angle of View||6.3°|
|Field-of-View||331' @ 1000 yd / 109.89 m @ 1000 m|
|Minimum Focus Distance||7.22' / 2.2 m|
|Exit Pupil Diameter||2.5 mm|
|Eye Relief||15 mm|
|Interpupillary Adjustment||34 - 74 mm / 1.34 - 2.91"|
|Dimensions||3.70 x 2.36 x 1.38" / 9.40 x 5.99 x 3.51 cm 1 Please Note:Folded up, eyecups retractedclose|
|Weight||8.64 oz / 245 g|
|Package Weight||1.05 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||6.142 x 4.409 x 3.465"|
Small, very sharp and easy to use. Fantastic. I wished the focus knob was more smoother and less plasticky feeling. I wish the eye relief is more forgiving. You really have to have the ocular width aligned perfectly to have a good look, but with practice, youll get it unfolded to the right size...
As you would expect from Leica and for the price, these have terrific optical quality. I keep them in my pocket for birding when I am out walking and do not want to carry full size bins. Obviously, 8x20 leaves you with a narrower field of view. The construction quality and weight are excellent.
Very lightweight, great optics. Might make these my main binos rather than the full size ones! Only downside is they dont come with any lens covers.
I bought these about 25 years ago to use for hiking and climbing. Not only were they the brightest and clearest of all the compacts I tested, eye fatigue was non-existent. Fast forward ~25 years and they still perform as tested. They've held up well too.
Lightweight, clear and bright. For the money the best value in compact binoculars.I do not wear corrective lenses/glasses.Field of view may be narrow for hunting given the objective.
great pair of quality portable binoculars
Absolutely ideal for my wife ( the first one I bought) and my daughter
The lighter the better
I already have 10x50Audubon bins and 10x42 Leica bins but I wanted something pocket size so i bought the Leica 8x20. I knew what I was buying as a birder for 50 yrs as I had tested the 8x20 Trinovid. I went for the Ultravid simply for the close focus [butterflies] They are superb.
Very fiddly for strap and lens cap attachment.