Kowa 25-60x eyepiece suits 880/770 series

  • Extra Low Dispersion XD Optics
  • Wide Angle Viewing
  • Twist-Up Rubber Eye cup
  • Nitrogen-Filled Fog-proof / Waterproof
  • 25-60x magnification on 770 / 880 Prominar scopes
  • Extra-low dispersion XD glass elements
  • 2.4-1.3° angle of view, 60-79° apparent angle of view
  • Constant 17mm eye relief
  • SKU: KWA-KWTE-20HKWTE-11WZ
    Stock Status: AVAILABLE (3 - 7 days)

    $925.00

    Retail Price $925


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    Kowa 25-60x eyepiece suits 880/770 series

    The TE-11WZ Prominar 25-60x Zoom Eyepiece from Kowa is a weather-resistant spotting scope accessory designed to complement the optical excellence of Prominar series scopes. This high-powered zoom eyepiece features Kowa's extra-low dispersion (XD) glass elements, which transmit color faithful images with enhanced contrast and sharpness. When mounted to one of the 770 or 880 spotting scopes, the TE-11WZ has a 25-60x zoom range; on the 500mm f/5.6 Photoscope, the zoom range is 28-66x. A wide apparent viewing angle, 60-79° on the 770 or 880 scope, provides immersive views throughout the zoom range. Additionally, the eyepiece's long 17mm eye relief is constant at any magnification setting, providing a comfortable viewing distance even at maximum power.
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    Specifications
    Magnification TSN-880 / 770: 25.0 - 60.0x 500mm f/5.6: 28.0 - 66.0x
    Angle of View TSN-880 / 770: 2.4 - 1.3° 500mm f/5.6: 2.2 - 1.2°
    Field of View TSN-880 / 770: 126 - 69 ft (38.4 - 21 m) at 1000 yd 500mm f/5.6: 114 - 63 ft (34.7 - 19.2 m) at 1000 yd
    Eye Relief 17 mm
    Exit Pupil TSN-880 / 770: 3.5 - 1.5 mm 500mm f/5.6: 3.2 - 1.2 mm
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