免對焦功能: 觀鳥, 行山  Spectator 10x50mm Focus Free Binoculars (BS11050) Water Resistance

免對焦功能: 觀鳥, 行山 Spectator 10x50mm Focus Free Binoculars (BS11050) Water Resistance

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Bushnell 旁觀者 10x50mm (BS11050) with 1 year warranty

- BAK4 Traditional Porro Prism
- Anti-Reflection Multi-Coated Optical Components
- 65° wide field of view
- Lightweight aluminum chassis
- Unfocused PermaFocus system
- Interchangeable accent tiles
- IPX4 rated, waterproof
- Tripod mountable via optional adapter
- Twisted rubber eyecups

 

Optical Properties
10x magnification zooms in on distant objects for detailed viewing
Large 50mm objective produces a bright, clear field of view even in challenging lighting conditions while helping to provide a wide exit pupil for improved viewing comfort
Porro prism design produces rich depth of field and more realistic 3D views
BAK4 prisms have a circular exit pupil for a clear and sharp field of view
Anti-reflective multilayer coated optics maximize light transmission for improved image brightness, color reproduction and contrast
Wide 65° field of view keeps the entire playing field in view, so you don't have to move your head around to capture the action, while reducing distracting hand shakes common when holding high-power optics
341 feet of field of view at 1000 yards
use and handling

Unfocused PermaFocus System
Wide interpupillary distance adjustment range of 56 to 73 mm makes the telescope easy to use by a wide range of people including children and teens
Twist-up rubber eyecups for comfortable use with or without glasses
15mm eye distance
Comfortable 5mm exit pupil will fully cover most pupils as they open and dilate in low light to keep the entire scene in view without vignetting

PermaFocus System
Optimized for distances of 150 feet (46m) or greater
rely on the user's eyes for focus, rather than a mechanism to keep the view constantly sharp
No need to fumble for diopter rings or focus knobs
Sharing binoculars is easier than manual focusing optics