SKU: GC46-BAA812SA

Nikon Aculon A211 10x42 Binoculars

  • New sleek design
  • Aspherical eyepiece lens eliminates image distortion even at the lens periphery (except zoom models)
  • Multilayer-coated lenses for brighter images
  • Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups facilitate easy positioning of eyes at the correct eyepoint (except zoom models)
  • Rubber armour for shock-resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
  • Smooth zooming with finger-tip zoom control (zoom models only)

Specifications

ACULON A211 10x42
Magnification (x) 10
Objective diameter (mm) 42
Angular field of view (Real/degree) 6.0
Angular field of view (Apparent/degree) 55.3
Field of view at 1,000m (m) 105
Exit pupil (mm) 4.2
Relative brightness 17.6
Eye relief (mm) 11.6
Close focusing distance (m) 5.0
Interpupillary distance adjustment (mm) 56-72
Weight (g) 760
Length (mm) 145
Width (mm) 185
Type Porro

Regular price $159.95
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Product Overview

  • New sleek design
  • Aspherical eyepiece lens eliminates image distortion even at the lens periphery (except zoom models)
  • Multilayer-coated lenses for brighter images
  • Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups facilitate easy positioning of eyes at the correct eyepoint (except zoom models)
  • Rubber armour for shock-resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
  • Smooth zooming with finger-tip zoom control (zoom models only)

Specifications

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