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To begin, 10×50 binoculars are better for constant movement and quick focusing. In reverse, 12×50 binoculars are more suitable for stable positions and far-away objects. But 10×50 is relatively lighter. It’s also better in terms of eye relief and image stability. It even has a better exit pupil rate than 12×50. That was the sneak peek.What does 10x50 mean in binoculars?
What Does 10×50 Mean With Binoculars? Figure 10×50 basically represents the power rating of the binocular, where the 1 st number is the magnification, and the 2 nd number is the objective lens diameter.For the 10×50 binocular, the number 10 indicates that the magnification power of this binocular is 10. And the number 50 indicates that the objective lens diameter of this binocular is 50mm.What does the 10 x 50 mean on binoculars?
When looking at binoculars, you will notice two numbers separated by an ‘x.’ The first number on the binoculars refers to the magnification power while the second number refers to the size of the objective lens in millimeters. This means that using 10x50 binoculars will display an object 10 times larger than that of the human eye.