Hi, I’m Deon Dicks, a seasoned hunter and guide from Middle Arm, Newfoundland. I've independently produced two series of hunting DVDs entitled “Huntin on the Rock” and “Newfies in the Yukon”. We've got some great game up here in Canada, arguably some of the best moose in the world right here in my backyard; I've been hunting and guiding all my life and ever since I can remember, I’d dreamed about owning a set of professional binoculars. It only took me about 30 years before I decided to make that investment and purchase a pair of Minox binoculars. I do a lot of long distance viewing, so I went for the MINOX 15x58 series, and what a difference compared to what I’d been using!
My name is Pierre-Julien Deloche and I live in the South-East of France. My sport is archery which I have been practicing since 2005. I have been in the national team since 2007 and am now ranked no. 1 in the world. My job in a maritime rescue coordination center for the French coastguard allows me a privileged schedule to compete with the best in the world.
When new hunters begin their long learning adventure into hunting one of their first questions is how much should I spend on binoculars and then most experienced hunters reply "as much as you can afford." Most new hunters do not understand why you would spend as much or more money on binoculars then your rifle but then quickly an epiphoney happens when glassing mountain sides for hours and you have a pounding headache. Another important consideration is that most game activity happens around dawn and dusk in low light conditions, conditions cheap optics do not perform well in. Trust me I have been through this experiment using compact $25 tasco binoculars then trying mid range 8 power and 10 power optics which where definately an improvement.
Minox upgraded the lineup of its high level binoculars. Right now the series HG (High Grade) comprises of six models. The main innovation is in the field of view (FOV), which is now 15% larger than in the previous models.