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Magnification: 10 | Objective Lens Diameter: 42 mm | Eye Relief: 12 | Field of View: 96 m |

Brand: Nedis Article number: SCBI4000BK EAN number: 5412810330898


Magnification: 10 | Objective Lens Diameter: 42 mm | Eye Relief: 12 | Field of View: 96 m |

Vendor Part Number: SCBI4000BK
EAN number: 5412810330898
This lightweight binocular can easily be taken with you when you are hiking or travelling. The rubber grip on the housing makes sure you have a firm grip and offers good protection. The dioptric correction makes it possible to adapt the eye pieces to every eyesight.
Due to the high eye relief value this binocular is also suitable for spectacle wearers.
The best view for this binocular is during Day time, Dusk and Dawn.
This model is a Roof Prism type binocular.

• The binocular has a magnification of 10x. The magnification number indicates how many time an object is magnified by the lens. The larger the number the higher the magnification. For a binocular with magnification 7 or 10 is most useful. When the number is higher it will result in less stability of the image. • Objective lens diameter: 42 mm This indicates how much light is let through the binocular lens. The bigger the lens the more light comes in but also means the binocular will be more heavy. • The field of view at a 1000 meters distance is 96 meter. Making it ideal for moving objects like birds and planes. • The binocular is best used during day time. It has an exit pupil diameter of 4.2 mm The darker the environment the larger your pupil will become. When your pupil becomes larger than the exit pupil diameter visibility will be less clear. A human eye pupil diameter can change from 2 mm up until 7 mm. So in case you expect use a binocular often in the dark then a high exit pupil diameter will be important. 7 mm can even be used at night. 5 mm is suitable for dusk and dawn. Under 5 mm is more suitable in day-time. • This binocular can handle an Interpupillary distance (IPD) of 56 - 75 mm The Interpupillary distance (IPD) is the distance between the centres of the pupils of the eyes. This is different from person to person and also depends on whether they are looking at near objects or far away • Due to eye-relief of 12 mm this binocular is suitable for spectacle wearers Eye relief is the distance from the last surface of an eyepiece within which the user's eye can obtain the full viewing angle. If an eye relef is 11 mm or higher then people who wear glasses can see through it without taking off their glasses. If the eye relief is lower than 11 mm you can keep on the glasses but then you need to focus the sight by the turning ring on the lens of the binocular • The Dioptric Correction on this binocular can be used to adjust the optical instrument to a person's eyes. It is the adjustment of one lens to provide compatible focus when the viewer's eyes have differing visual capabilities. Resulting in less strain on the eyes that allow for optimal viewing, depth and contrast focus. • This binocular has a Roof Prism • Lens colour: Blue • Protection bag supplied

Suggested Retail Price (incl. VAT)

£ 38.99

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Package contents

1 x Binocular
1 x Protection bag
1 x Cleaning cloth
1 x Manual

Product specifications

Sharpness adjusting wheel Yes
Protection bag Yes
Hanging string Yes
Doptrics correction Yes
Cleaning cloth Yes
Field of view 96
Lens colour Blue
Protection cover Yes
Eye relief 12
Objective lens diameter 42
Exit pupil diameter 3.5
Interpupillary distance (IPD) 56-75
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