Category Archives: Spotting Scopes Reviews
Welcome to our review of the BARSKA 15-40×50 Colorado Spotting Scope. This porro prism spotting scope features a straight eyepiece system, great for hunters and birders who watch from cars or hides, and comes with a limited lifetime warranty. Let’s look a bit closer and see how well the BARSKA 15-40×50 Colorado Spotting Scope stands […]
Welcome to our review of the Leupold SX–1 Ventana Spotting Scope. Leupold makes some fine optics, and their spotting scopes have been among my favorites. I was anxious to see what the SX–1 Ventana would have to offer, and how well it would hold up to the Leupold name. Read on to find out how […]
Welcome to our review of the Vanguard Endeavor HD 82mm Angled Eyepiece Spotting Scope. Vanguard makes some fantastic glass, and I was thrilled to get my hands on this spotting scope to test it out. It is definitely a distinctive-looking spotting scope, and boasts a very large 82mm objective lens. Let’s have a look at […]
Welcome to our review of the Redfield Rampage 20–60x60mm Spotting Scope. Redfield is a division of Leupold, who have been making high quality optics for many years. Redfield’s products are more economical than the higher-end Leupold name, but how is the quality? That’s the point of this review: to evaluate the Redfield Rampage 20–60x60mm Spotting […]
Welcome to our review of the Redfield Rampage 20–60x80mm Angled Spotting Scope. Redfield is a child company of Leupold, manufacturing their optics in China. Even so, the quality of Redfield’s products is usually pretty close to that of Leupold. How well the Rampage 20–60x80mm stacks up, though, is what we are setting out to learn.
Welcome to our review of the Celestron C90 Mak Spotting Scope. Celestron is well known for their telescopes, and the C90 Maksutov is designed to be an excellent transition product between telescopes and spotting scopes. It is advertised as being a good choice for both terrestrial and astronomical usage, but how well does it truly […]