Justin Martin on the Pentax DCF BR 9x42 Binoculars
As a professional archer and hunter, I demand precision in all of my equipment. I also demand ruggedness and performance. Whether I am on the shooting line at a World Championship tournament or out west hunting for a bull elk, I push my equipment to the extreme.
That is why I have truly enjoyed using the Pentax DCF BR binoculars. They are rugged, lightweight, and exceptionally clear. The clarity of the DCF BR binos is usually only found in binoculars that cost five times as much. I am an everyday guy with a real job as a homebuilder and suggesting a guy to go buy a pair of binoculars that costs more than an atv is just unrealistic. The DCF BR's from Pentax deliver that amount of clarity and light gathering ability without having to take a second mortgage on the house. We all know how mortgages are now a days anyway!
One facet I love about the 9x42 power and objective is that it seems to be the perfect combination when glassing because you have a great field of view and no "tunnel vision". As a hunter, most of the time an animal appears where you least expect it. The generous field of view found in the DCF BR allows me to catch that glimpse of an antler in the sagebrush that I might miss with another pair of optics while still maintaining enough power at 9x to see the detail I want.
Extremely clear, bright, compact and light weight. That is a deadly combination for me when I am out filming a show for The Season.
You can see the Pentax line of optics in use on The Season with Justin Martin on Outdoor Channel at 8:30 PM ET on Saturdays this Fall. Also, you can follow Justin throughout the year in use of his Pentax products by joining The Season, Facebook page at www.facebook.com/seasontv and online at www.justinmartinoutdoors.com .
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