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|Objective Lens Diameter||30 mm|
|Angle of View||6.0° (actual)|
|Field-of-View||316.27' @ 1000 yd / 105 m @ 1000 m|
|Minimum Focus Distance||8.20' / 2.5 m|
|Exit Pupil Diameter||3.0 mm|
|Eye Relief||15.4 mm|
|Interpupillary Adjustment||56 - 72 mm / 2.20 - 2.83"|
|Dioptric Correction||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Tripod Mount||Yes (Adapter Optional)|
|Dimensions||4.69 x 4.84" / 11.9 x 12.3 cm|
|Weight||14.82 oz / 420 g|
|Package Weight||1.5 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||7.3 x 6.4 x 3.3"|
I've got eight pairs of binoculars in the house: Celestrons, Bushnells, Nikon travel set, Canons (large and compact), but my go-to pair is this compact 10X30. Lightweight for long field use; excellent light gathering (and not bad in low light); waterproof; great price.
Bought this binocular for wildlife viewing in time for Eagle season on the Mississippi and we are very happy with it. Lens covers a slight bother but not really a problem. Size and weight make it very portable and easy to use. We are amazed at what we can see at long distances.
These light weight binoculars are amazing. Easy to focus with sharply defined image, even at several miles. More than I expected at this price.
Great buy. They are very good and great for general purpose use - watching birds to watching ballet.
More than happy with the results these Nikon Prostaff 7S 10x30 Binoculars deliver. I'm a real fan of Nikon glass so it appeared a no-brainer to me to purchase the Prostaff's. Build quality is typically Nikon. I suspect these will last a fair while unless I lose them!
These little prostaff are surprisingly good for the price i already have a peair of monark 10x42 as a throw in the van bins and wanted something small and light for walking my dogs as my main bird watching binoculars ere Zeiss 10x42 Victory ht s i was expecting these little bins to be far less...
I have these binoculars for a bit less than a half of the year. I bought them for traveling and mountain trekking so portability (weight and size) were primary factors to choose between 10x30mm and 10x42mm option.
Binoculars bought as replacement for pair that were lost on holiday two years ago. I searched for months trying to find a practical replacement that could be carried in pack when walking. The Nikon Prostaff 10 x 20 seemed expensive but has proved to be worth every penny.
I bought these partly for bird watching - not an avid watcher but do enjoy this pastime - and for an upcoming trip to a game park in S Africa. I've had a number of cheap, but OK, binoculars over the years but having recently started wearing glasses it was a pain needing to take them off to use the...
When I picked up the Nikon 10x30 7s, I was surprised how light it was compared to my Leica Trinovid 8x30. The image is sharp and clear and free from colour fringing and other apparent lens anomalies. The Nikon is 7oz [no metric scales] lighter than the Leica.