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|Objective Lens Diameter||50 mm|
|Angle of View||7.1° (actual)|
|Field-of-View||370.48' @ 1000 yd / 123 m @ 1000 m|
|Minimum Focus Distance||65.62' / 20 m|
|Exit Pupil Diameter||7.1 mm|
|Eye Relief||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Interpupillary Adjustment||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Dimensions||8.15 x 5.51 x 2.95" / 20.7 x 14.0 x 7.5 cm|
|Weight||36.33 oz / 1030 g|
|Package Weight||4.05 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||10.9 x 8.9 x 4.8"|
I don’t hesitate to write here that I expected a lot from the Steiner Navigator and I was left disappointed. Nowadays for about 300-400 Euro you should be able to construct easily a great pair of Porro binoculars.
very solid and waterproof casing,, very good correction of chromatic aberration,, negligible distortion,, moderate coma,, sharp image across almost all field of view,, low brightness loss of the image on the edge of the field of view.
prism optical elements lack coating,, truncated exit pupils, darkened on the very edge,, inside of the tubes leaves a lot to be desired.
I am a licensed, Oceans, unlimited tonnage Master Mariner (Ship Captain). These are the very best binoculars in my entire 35 years at sea experience. A Mate had these and his Steiner binoculars got me to buy my own pair. Hands down the best.
Excellent product. Excellent optics. Enjoy the compass feature.
I converted to Steiner after owning a [Chinese made] Celestron binocular that fell apart out of cabinet storage. I am not sorry for getting what I am paying for. And neither should you. The Steiner delivers ruggedness, durability and water tight precision.