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Published on Feb 25, 2011
The new EL50 Swarovision binoculars by Swarovski Optik will appear in stores at the beginning of April 2011.
As birders, we use binoculars to get closer to birds, to see details we could normally not with the naked eye. And so the challenge was set: how could one possibly build a binocular that had even better detail recognition than our revolutionary Swarovski EL42 Swarovision binoculars?
The result was the EL50 Swarovision binoculars: - Swarovision technology delivering unrivalled image perfection (perfectly sharp image right to the edges; 100% wide angle field of view for eye-glass wearers; the latest coating technology designed specifically for each individual lens surface for high transmission and perfect colour rendition; and an optical system designed around high contrast and low chromatic aberration -- incl. HD objective lenses). - Incredible detail recognition; be astounded by fine details (through large objective diameter and high magnification) - Ergonomics designed around allowing the birdwatcher to hold the image still (you need to try this to believe it) and to afford an almost unrivalled level of comfort when birding.
The EL50 Swarovision: Seeing is knowing. (because knowing is better than believing)
A special thank you to our field testers who joined us in Extremadura (9-13 Feb 2011): Bill Clark - Raptor expert Charlie Moores - Birding blogger Dick Forsman - Raptor expert Gerald Driessens - Natuur.oriolus Magazine (BE) Godfried Schreur - Bird guide José Antonio Montero - Quercus Magazine (ES) Marc Duquet - Ornithos Magazine (FR) Martin Hierck - Vogelbescherming / Birdlife Netherlands Martin Kelsey - Bird guide Matthew Merrit - Bird Watching Magazine (UK) Pete & Linda Dunne - NJ Audubon, founder World Series of Birding Peter Grobben - Bird photographer Rebecca Armstrong - Birdwatch Magazine (UK) Scott Weidensaul - Author Stephen Gröhn - Vögel Magazine (DE) Tim Appleton - British Birdwatching Fair