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Would like some opinions on buying a pair of $ 300 binos,What is the best bang for the buck. Also would like to know if any body has looked through the browning binos and how they perform. opinions appreciated thanks
 

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I'll second Jon's recommendation, I've had an 8x40 ATB for several years, it's the last bino I figure I'll ever need to buy, excellent glass for the money.

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I have Zeiss Diafun 8x30. I find them very clear and bright. I have been happy for years with them. :D And right at about $300.00.
 

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Have you considered looking into the newest electronic "stabilized" binos? They've been long in coming but there's certainly a strong need in anything over 7x power. I would check into customer feedback on some of the optics sites or Cabela's.
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Bushnell Discoverer 7x42. Mine (B&L) cost me $320 three years ago. Now they're back under the Bushnell name and are suposed to be upgraded some. I bought my son the 8x42 Legends for last Christmas. They're great too but I like my Discoverers more.
 
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