7x
6.4°
50 mm
111.2 m @ 1000 m
Center Focus
1 kg
SKU: GC46-BAA662AA

Nikon Action EX 7X50 CF Binoculars

Waterproof up to 1m for 5mins and nitrogen filled with spherical eyepiece lens for minimum distortion and longer eye relief. Wide field of view, bright image, multilayer coated lenses, optional tripod adapter. Multilayer coated lenses, click-type dioptre adjustment ring, high eye point. For Spectator Sports, Hiking, Bird watching, Nature Viewing, Hunting, Spectacle Wearers or Marine Sports

7x
6.4°
50 mm
111.2 m @ 1000 m
Center Focus
1 kg
Regular price $208.00
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Product Overview

Waterproof up to 1m for 5mins and nitrogen filled with spherical eyepiece lens for minimum distortion and longer eye relief. Wide field of view, bright image, multilayer coated lenses, optional tripod adapter. Multilayer coated lenses, click-type dioptre adjustment ring, high eye point. For Spectator Sports, Hiking, Bird watching, Nature Viewing, Hunting, Spectacle Wearers or Marine Sports

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Key Features

7x

7x power provides moderate magnification while helping to produce a wide exit pupil for enhanced low-light use

6.4°

The Nikon Action EX 7X50 CF has a 6.4° angle of view (actual).

50 mm

Large 50mm objective lenses provide improved low-light performance versus smaller-objective models, ensuring images are bright even in challenging conditions

111.2 m @ 1000 m

The Nikon Action EX 7X50 CF has a field of view of 111.2 m @ 1000 m.

Center Focus

The Nikon Action EX 7X50 CF has center focus.

1 kg

The Nikon Action EX 7X50 CF weighs 1 kg.

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