Just as a sword or a magic wand is an extension of one’s arm. A binocular is an extension of one’s eyes. It needs to be perfect for you as if it was made just for you. Before you start your wildlife expeditions and camping, there are some factors you need to know before getting binocular.
There are times when birders, for example, can't locate the objects of love with their binoculars. They can't find a bird in their binocular field of view, can't see field markings, and can't discern subtle colors when they do see one. There's no denying that birders, even novices, want more from their binoculars than other users. Binoculars that are “bird-worthy” must be bright enough to see subtle features in low light and sharp enough to resolve fine detail. They need to be able to concentrate quickly to “get on” a fast-moving bird. They must have a large field of view to locate and track birds in flight.