Bresser binocular’s aim is to magnify visual pictures. The higher the magnification, the more details become visible; on the other hand, the field of view is smaller then. With magnifications of 10x and more, it is recommended using a tripod with the binocular. This has the advantage of a very steady picture without distortions of “nervous” hands.
Compact binoculars such as the 8 x 32s are very light and can be kept in almost any bag. In daytime conditions they offer unrestricted observation quality and are a useful companion whatever the circumstances. For usage in low-light-conditions, a binocular with bigger aperture, e.g. a 7x50 is suitable. The bigger objectives gather more light and give a brighter image to the eye. Generally, binoculars are divided into Porro- and roof prism designs. The difference lies inside the prism systems. A roof-type binocular is more compact because of the advanced prism design.
Bresser offers a great series of binoculars with quality optics that are available in a wide range of prices. Further information on each series of Bresser binoculars can be found by visiting the corresponding page below: