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|Objective Lens Diameter||50 mm|
|Angle of View||6° (Actual)|
|Field of View||315' @ 1000 yd / 104.58 m @ 1000 m|
|Minimum Focus Distance||6' / 1.83 m|
|Exit Pupil Diameter||5 mm|
|Eye Relief||17 mm|
|Interpupillary Adjustment||60 to 75 mm / 2.4 to 3"|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||8.8 x 7.35 x 4.55"|
|Package Weight||2.94 lb|
|Dimensions||6.6 x 5.3" / 16.76 x 13.46 cm|
|Weight||30 oz / 851 g|
|Fogproof||Yes, Argon Filled|
When it comes to the transmission, which graph we present below, it remains typical for roof prisms instruments of this class. You don’t get any sensational values but you can’t seriously complain either.
solid, very nice and ergonomic casing,, good colour rendering,, very clean optics inside the tubes,, good quality prisms made of BaK-4 glass,, ifetime warranty period.
high chromatic aberration on the edge of the field of view.
I love the knew binoculars. The clarity in seeing objects through them is fantastic.
You will enjoy to wide viability and glass clearness. I think the glass is even better that products you will pay 5-10 more.
Folks, I'd get a Vortex scope before they realize they can charge much more for their product. I zeroed my new Savage .308 with only three rounds and no bore-sighting at 100 yards. Crisp, clear and comparable to German optics at twice or three times the price.
Put this on my Thompson Center 35 Whelen. Great clarity and stands up yo the recoil. What else can you ask from a scope.
I'm very pleased with this purchase. I compared these at a sporting goods store along-side the higher end Vortex, Nikon and Leica 10 x50's and for the money you can't go wrong. Even though they aren't high price, They carry the Vortex warranty.