Acuter SkyLand Series Binoculars are huge aperture binoculars that are ideal for astronomical viewing or for long distance land viewing. Each Acuter SkyLand Binocular are equipped with fully multi-coated for enhanced contrast.
Coupled with the new Ultra Wide Band technology, Acuter SkyLand are just what you would expect from other leading brand. In fact, if you do not find these as the finest astronomical binocular you ever owned, we will take them back from you!
The Acuter SkyLand 15x70 Binocular is one of the most popular model, It offers a huge aperture light gathering in an affordable and reasonably weight configuration.
|Objective Lens (mm)||70mm|
|Eye Relief (mm)||18 mm|
|Exit Pupil (mm)||4.7 mm|
|Field of View (m@1000m)||77m|
|Field of View(ft@1000yards)||231ft|
|Lens Coating||Fully Multi|
|Focus Type||Center Focus|
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Pros: light, easy to carry, price, portability
Pros: light, price, Decent glass, quality +++
Cons: focus mechanism
Pros: light, easy to carry, price, portability, Good price, Decent glass, Positive adjustments, great first telescope, Beautifully crisp image!
Optical quality and build are surprisingly very good for the price.
I did quick check for quality and crunched some numbers
I love the ED (extra dispersion) Objective Lens; usually found in high
end digital camera lenses and they have high quality BAK-4 Porro Prism.
Apparent Field of View is 4.8 degrees with an exit pupil of 4.7 mm
which great as human eye is around 5mm and it has an Adler index of
125.5, which is very good when comparing to other Bino configurations
that have different magnifications and objective lens.
They are not that heavy to hold compared to other brands.
You don't need a tripod, as long as you hold them near the front of the
objective lens, elbows tucked in to chest to form a stable triangle and
you'll be right - easy !' (Posted on Nov 25, 2015)
Pros: portability, user friendly, Good price, Decent glass, quality +++
Pros: Good price, Beautifully crisp image!