Bushnell 10 x 42 Powerview Roof Prism Binocular Description
Size:10x42mm Product Description BUSHNELL Black 10×42 141042 Compact Binoculars Rubber Armored. Cameras & Photo Binoculars. Made of the highest quality materials Amazon.com Bushnell Powerview Roof Prism Binoculars are designed to provide high-quality optics in a versatile and durable format–at an affordable price. Constructed with a rugged, shock absorbing rubber armor for a comfortable, non-slip grip and equipped with the roof prism system for increased durability, Powerview Binoculars are suitable for multiple applications from sports to nature viewing. The 10×42 Powerview Binoculars offer powerful 10x magnification with larger, light-gathering 42-millimeter objective lenses that will perform well anywhere you use them–from a bird watching hike to a stadium. Meanwhile the BaK-7 prisms and multi-coated optics provide high-level image resolution and clarity. Additional user friendly details include a center focus knob for easy adjustments, fold down eye cups, and a tripod adaptable base. Bushnell Powerview Binoculars carry a limited lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship for the original owner. Key Features: BaK-7 prisms Roof prism system Multi-coated optics Non-slip, shock-absorbing rubber armor Center focus system Twist-up eyecups Tripod adaptable Specifications: Magnification: 10x Objective Lens: 42 millimeters Close Focus: 23 feet / 7 meters Field of View: 288 feet at 1000 yards / 87 meters at 1000 meters Eye Relief: 17.5 millimeters Exit Pupil: 4.2 millimeters Weight: 21.1 ounces / 685 grams Model: 141042 Size Class: Standard About Roof Prism Binoculars: The prism system of a binocular reduces the size needed to contain a long optical path and turns what would be an upside-down image right-side-up. In roof prism binoculars, the prisms overlap closely, allowing the objective lenses to line up directly with the eyepiece. The result is a slim, streamlined shape in which the lenses and prisms are in a straight line. Roof prism binoculars are less bulky and more rugged than an equivalent porro model.