Vixen 1105 4X12 Multi Monocular

Vixen 1105 4X12 Multi Monocular

$69

Vixen 1105 4X12 Multi Monocular

Vixen 1105 4X12 Multi Monocular:the service arm of our is india's only iso 9001 certified electronics service brand. The other reviews of this Vixen 6x16 monocular are older, and I wished to update them here. I will post this on the Vixen 4, 8 and 10 model listings, too, as I have some comparative opinions, having owned both strength binoc and monocs in the past, although I have never owned the Vixen model of those powers, so if one wishes to skip my review, do so now).I bought the Vixen 6x16 because I wanted a truly pocket-sized monocular. I saw reviews on a well-known camera seller’s New York website, and they were stellar for this optical device. In fact, the only negative review that I could find for this Japanese-made model was the one here on Amazon.I find the optics to be wonderful. I see no edge blurring. The focus is tidy and clean, not too hard to move the focus ring, yet not loose. I feel no play or other annoyances. This looks and feels like a quality device, like a camera lens. Sure, at 16mm diameter, this is not good in dim or low light situations. And with magnification of 6x, it’s not as powerful (or as expensive) as 8x and 10x monoculars. But with monoculars more than binoculars, I have found 10x mag almost unusable from a steadiness perspective, and 8x is barely usable (best to lean against a pole). So, for my use, 6x is ideal. I use it for looking at birds out a window, where the 13 foot minimum distance placed this well above others that I have looked at, some of which have a minimum 25 foot or more focal distance. I use the Vixen in museums to look at the ceiling and murals, at ballgames to look at people in the other grandstand. I look at monkeys at the zoo. I study coons nests in trees. I watch bikinis on the beach.I considered the three times as expensive Zeiss pocket “pen style”monocular, but that is plastic (see the reviews) and this one is metal. Also, that one is almost too thin, I think (but do not know). Plus, it lets in even less light than this 16mm lens, and I certainly don’t want any less light. I own two higher end Zeiss binocs, bought for over five hundred dollars each, and wanted to stay with Zeiss, but the negatives for the Zeiss monocular products outweighed the positives. And while the Leica monocular at five hundred dollars was a brief consideration, I would rather spend that kind of money on a spotting scope with tripod.The Vixen 4x was a consideration, and I have never owned a 4x mag powered monoc or binoc. But, having looked through the 6x16mm, I would not want any less power of mag, find the 16mm lens to be the least amount of light entry that I could tolerate, and the 6x16 is already pocket sized enough. I still gave it five stars here because, if one's purpose was museums, zoos, and watching children on playground rather than watching space shuttle launches, baseball games (at least from the seats I can afford) or spying on neighbor's bathroom windows, the 4x might be quite adequate. It all depends on needs. The build quality is wonderful, regardless.Couple other things: I threw this 6x 16 on a scale, exactly 2.3 ounces. It is just under 3 inches long (including the rubber eye relief). It does come with caps for both ends (smartly, the same size cap fits each end), which is a bonus as I noticed that many I considered (e.g. Vortex Solo) did not have lens caps. The Vixen has a simple, non-adjustable neck cord, and it does come with a vinyl cinch bag that is quite a bit better than I had anticipated ; I was planning to buy a pouch, or use my sunglasses pouch, but this is much better than those would be, even in my pocket with spare change and keys. The pouch for this is the same one as for the 8x20 Vixen, I can see, because this is long enough to fit that monocular size, too. I like the tiny extra room on the pouch for the neck lanyard and a thin cleaning cloth when it holds the 6x16 size.Bottom line, I love this monocular. I had considered Vector and Eagle (which I already owned) and a couple others, but I wanted pocket size. I wanted it as part of my EDC along with my folding knife, wallet, and car keys. This short and lightweight, moderately priced model fit the bill for me. Thanks for reading, and I’ll help as best I can with any questions.san jose mall,high material,saleVixen 1105 4X12 Multi Monocular
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Product description

Near focus as short as 10 inches makes this monocular great for use at museums and exhibits with its11.5° field-of-view. They can also be used as a magnifier. They make a great gift for that hard to please person.

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Vixen 1105 4X12 Multi Monocular

Vixen 1105 4X12 Multi Monocular:the service arm of our is india's only iso 9001 certified electronics service brand. The other reviews of this Vixen 6x16 monocular are older, and I wished to update them here. I will post this on the Vixen 4, 8 and 10 model listings, too, as I have some comparative opinions, having owned both strength binoc and monocs in the past, although I have never owned the Vixen model of those powers, so if one wishes to skip my review, do so now).I bought the Vixen 6x16 because I wanted a truly pocket-sized monocular. I saw reviews on a well-known camera seller’s New York website, and they were stellar for this optical device. In fact, the only negative review that I could find for this Japanese-made model was the one here on Amazon.I find the optics to be wonderful. I see no edge blurring. The focus is tidy and clean, not too hard to move the focus ring, yet not loose. I feel no play or other annoyances. This looks and feels like a quality device, like a camera lens. Sure, at 16mm diameter, this is not good in dim or low light situations. And with magnification of 6x, it’s not as powerful (or as expensive) as 8x and 10x monoculars. But with monoculars more than binoculars, I have found 10x mag almost unusable from a steadiness perspective, and 8x is barely usable (best to lean against a pole). So, for my use, 6x is ideal. I use it for looking at birds out a window, where the 13 foot minimum distance placed this well above others that I have looked at, some of which have a minimum 25 foot or more focal distance. I use the Vixen in museums to look at the ceiling and murals, at ballgames to look at people in the other grandstand. I look at monkeys at the zoo. I study coons nests in trees. I watch bikinis on the beach.I considered the three times as expensive Zeiss pocket “pen style”monocular, but that is plastic (see the reviews) and this one is metal. Also, that one is almost too thin, I think (but do not know). Plus, it lets in even less light than this 16mm lens, and I certainly don’t want any less light. I own two higher end Zeiss binocs, bought for over five hundred dollars each, and wanted to stay with Zeiss, but the negatives for the Zeiss monocular products outweighed the positives. And while the Leica monocular at five hundred dollars was a brief consideration, I would rather spend that kind of money on a spotting scope with tripod.The Vixen 4x was a consideration, and I have never owned a 4x mag powered monoc or binoc. But, having looked through the 6x16mm, I would not want any less power of mag, find the 16mm lens to be the least amount of light entry that I could tolerate, and the 6x16 is already pocket sized enough. I still gave it five stars here because, if one's purpose was museums, zoos, and watching children on playground rather than watching space shuttle launches, baseball games (at least from the seats I can afford) or spying on neighbor's bathroom windows, the 4x might be quite adequate. It all depends on needs. The build quality is wonderful, regardless.Couple other things: I threw this 6x 16 on a scale, exactly 2.3 ounces. It is just under 3 inches long (including the rubber eye relief). It does come with caps for both ends (smartly, the same size cap fits each end), which is a bonus as I noticed that many I considered (e.g. Vortex Solo) did not have lens caps. The Vixen has a simple, non-adjustable neck cord, and it does come with a vinyl cinch bag that is quite a bit better than I had anticipated ; I was planning to buy a pouch, or use my sunglasses pouch, but this is much better than those would be, even in my pocket with spare change and keys. The pouch for this is the same one as for the 8x20 Vixen, I can see, because this is long enough to fit that monocular size, too. I like the tiny extra room on the pouch for the neck lanyard and a thin cleaning cloth when it holds the 6x16 size.Bottom line, I love this monocular. I had considered Vector and Eagle (which I already owned) and a couple others, but I wanted pocket size. I wanted it as part of my EDC along with my folding knife, wallet, and car keys. This short and lightweight, moderately priced model fit the bill for me. Thanks for reading, and I’ll help as best I can with any questions.san jose mall,high material,saleVixen 1105 4X12 Multi Monocular