Whitmore Lake, MI—The Vanguard VEO HD IV binoculars represent the next evolution of the company’s VEO optics series. The binoculars are for nature lovers, adventurers and travelers, sports fans, birdwatchers and outdoor sporting enthusiasts who don’t want to break the budget.
The company says they have all the features of a high-priced set of binoculars but without the four-figure price point.
In addition, VEO HD IV binoculars incorporate HOYA extra-low dispersion ( ED) glass and phase-corrected SK-15 prisms. Moreover, they work together to eliminate chromatic aberration and produce images with color fidelity across the entire field of view. They also produce enhanced contrast.
Further, an antireflective and multi-coated optical system enhances light transmission for bright, clear images with improved low-light performance.
Vanguard VEO HD IV Binoculars
VEO HD IV 10×42 ED
Vanguard’s new VEO HD IV 10×42 binoculars offer an upgraded viewing experience. They feature multi-coated premium Hoya ED glass as well as waterproof and fogproof performance.
The magnesium alloy body is built tough without excess weight and a large field of view offers near focus. They also feature three-stage, twist-up eyecups. Plus, viewers can use the large center focus wheel to adjust to their viewing style.
With an open-bridge design for easy gripping, the binoculars bundle a protective case, neck strap and lens covers. The VEO HD IV 10×42 has a suggested retail price of $599.99.
VEO HD IV 8X42 ED
With all the features of its sibling model, the VEO HD IV 10×42 binoculars also include a protective case, neck strap as well as lens covers. This model also has a suggested retail price of $599.99.