Binoculars

helios-apollo

Helios Apollo 15×70 binoculars review

Helios are not one of the most well known brands within the astronomy scene, but their binoculars are actually pretty highly recommended. They have a few different versions, but the most popular are the Helios Apollo 15×70 binoculars, which typically retail around the $400 mark. This is a little more than a budget buyer may … Read more

celestron-20x80

Celestron Skymaster 20×80 Binoculars review

When it comes to astronomy binoculars, there’s probably not a more well known set than the Celestron Skymaster. They’re some of the cheapest options on the market, and because of their low price point, they’ve become one of the most popular choices for an amateur astronomer. They come in all different sizes, but one of … Read more

oberwerk

Oberwerk Mariner 8×40 binoculars review

There are many different brands that you can consider when it comes to astronomy. Whilst many people know of Celestron and Orion, most amateurs are less familiar with the brand Oberwerk. But even though they’re not as well established as the other two, that definitely doesn’t mean you should overlook them. Oberwerk Mariner 8×40 binoculars … Read more

prisms

Roof prism vs Porro prism binoculars

Binoculars can be very confusing, especially when you consider the difference styles and types out there. Whilst magnification should always be a massive factor in your decision when buying a set, so should the prisms that your new binoculars use too. They can be an indicator of the quality you’re going to get, as certain … Read more