Meopta makes only top notch optics, produced entirely in their Czech Republic facilities, with a focus upon brilliant color fidelity, performance & robust functionality in any conceivable condition with which a user would endeavor to observe. The company has been quietly designing supreme optics for a variety of industrial and consumer applications, so it only makes sense that they've finally entered the broad consumer market.
When you prefer a big, bright view that's as uncramped as it gets and don't mind the extra mass and weight which must come along with these demands, you'll want a binocular such as the Meopta Meostar B1 10x50. This is by no means a small optic, one much better suited to carrying all day via a well-padded case(such as that listed here amongst accessories) supported by your chest as opposed to upon your neck with even the best of straps. But the difference between a premium 10x50 and even the upper echelon of 8x32, 8x42 and 10x42 offerings is quite apparent. The 10x50 has that brighter edge, along with a background that will be brilliantly blurred behind the subject. Thus observing a subject cast below a thick tree canopy will be no problem at all; it stands out even in poor light, with the coverings afar simply blurred out of focus. For a select few, this will always be the view that cannot be denied versus the convenience of a 42mm optic. The advantages of a 10x50 are at no time more apparent than at twilight.