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I'm using the binoculars mainly to enjoy views out countryside while out walking, and in all honesty I can say I've found the images flawless.
Yes, and yes. To uncover tripod mount point you have to open little cap between eyepieces at the front, but remember that you still will need adaptor to attach it to tripod. I have uploaded two pictures with details. Hope it will help better.
Would these bins be suitable for watching birds feed in our suburban garden - distance barely 15-20 ft away? Many thanks for reply 5 Jul 2014
Yes I'm sure they would be great!
Great work really well I'm very happy with them I watch the wildlife on the river by my house.
I have read the answers about views of the moon but could anyone tell me how much visibility I would get of smaller planets and constellations? Thanks 27 Apr 2015
It would depend on the visibility and light pollution but I would recommend using a tripod for steadyness in viewing. But the darker the sky the more you see. But these binoculars are good value.
can i use this to see the moon clearly? 4 Nov 2014
Yes. It's very clear. I was surprised with how powerful these binoculars are. You can see the shapes of the craters. You should Google "watching night sky with binoculars" or something similar to see some links of what else is clearly visible on a clear night - earthsky.org was one link I found that listed some. Hope that helps!