Nikon Action EX 10x50 CF Binocular
Retail Price $500
The Nikon Aculon EX 10x50 CF binocular uses aspherical lenses to ensure that image distortion is eliminated, thus enabling it to provide you with a lightweight package and a sophisticated design. The high-eyepoint design provides a clear field of view even for those who wear spectacles.
The rubber armour of the binoculars' exterior will delivery superior levels of shock-resistance and a firm, comfortable grip, whereas the multilayer lenses and large objective diameter provides you with optimal levels of image clarity. Waterproof up to 1m for 5 minutes, this pair will remain fog-free, as they're filled with nitrogen gas. The eyecups are turn-and-slide, with multi-click for added comfort and convenience.
With a close focusing distance of 7m, the optics of the Nikon Aculon EX 10x50 CF are made with eco-glass, free of lead and arsenic. The Nikon Aculon EX 10x50 CF can be affixed to a tripod with an optional tripod adaptor. The Nikon Aculon EX 10x50 CF are ideal for use during mountaineering, camping, hiking, nature-watching, birdwatching, spectator sport, fishing, hunting, and are suitable for eyeglass wearers. The large aperture size also allows this pair to be used for astronomy.
Nikon Aculon Series The Nikon Aculon series of binoculars span from a wide range of models, from standard to ultra-wide view. Most models in the Aculon series utilise BaK-4 (Barium/Potassium) prisms, providing the maximum amount of light transmission, and bright views even in low light conditions. The multi-coated lenses of the Nikon Aculon series provide sharp images, and diopter adjustments makes viewing strain-free. An environmentally friendly choice of optics, they are made with lead and arsenic free Eco-Glass. All Nikon sport optics are covered by the company 25-year limited warranty, and a no-fault repair/replacement policy.
What's in the box?
|Product Weight (KG)||1.02|
|Exit Pupil (mm)||5|
|Eye Relief (mm)||17.2|
|Close Focus (m)||No|
|Field of View (m@1000m)||114|
|Field of View(ft@1000yards)||No|