The Vortex Diamondback comes in three variants, the 10X32, the 10X42 and the 10X50. Personally, I own the 10X42 variant, which is the subject of this vortex diamondback binoculars review.
The reason why I opted for the 10X42 is that it has a better field of view compared to its siblings. If you know anything about binoculars, then you are aware that a binocular’s field of view depends on its magnification and size of the objective lens. The 10X32 variant has a small field of view because of its small 32 mm objective lens.
On the other hand, though the 10X50 has a larger objective lens it maintains the 10X magnification, which is the cause of its small field of view. This is why the 10X50 has a field of view of 283 ft at 1000 yards while the 10X32 has a field of view of 341 ft at 1000 yards. Contrastingly, my trusted 10X42 has a field of view of 345 ft at 1000 yards.