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|Objective Lens Diameter||42mm|
|Angle of View||6.1° (actual)|
|Field-of-View||320.3' @ 1000 yd / 106.34 m @ 1000 m|
|Minimum Focus Distance||8.3' / 2.53 m|
|Exit Pupil Diameter||4.7 mm|
|Eye Relief||18 mm|
|Interpupillary Adjustment||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Dioptric Correction||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Tripod Mount||Yes (Adapter Optional)|
|Dimensions||5.8 x 5.0 x 2.3" / 14.73 x 12.70 x 5.84 cm|
|Weight||23.5 oz / 666.23 g|
|Package Weight||2.1 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||6.9 x 6.3 x 2.9"|
Apart from that very specific transmission graph too high chromatic aberration is the only flaw of the tested Pentax; in other categories the binoculars fared decently well, good or even very good.
solid, waterproof casing,, moderate astigmatism,, excellent distortion correction,, lack of coma-related problems,, very low brightness loss on the edge of the field,, dark areas near exit pupils,, sharp images already from 1.7 metres,, good quality prisms made of BaK-4 glass,, proper blackening and...
too low transmission in the centre of the visible spectrum,, bluish cast of images,, a bit too high level of chromatic aberration.