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    Nikon XL II Spotting Scope

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    Product Description


    This Nikon Spotter XL II comes through with a lightweight roof prism design and a powerful zoom eyepiece that delivers 48x magnification once you’ve found your quarry. Includes increased eye relief, a durable and protective rubber body coating, and a sliding sunshade with sighting notch.

    Features:

    • Bright, Fully Multicoated Optics: Feature lead- and arsenic-free Eco-Glass for high resolution images and increased light transmission.
    • Spotter XL II features phase correction-coated prisms and fully multicoated lenses.
    • Zoom Eyepieces: With power zoom ranges, you’ll have a wide field of view at the lower powers, plus the capability to move in close for amazing detail with higher powers.
    • Lightweight, Ergonomic Designs: Easy-to-pack and easy-to-use.
    • Waterproof, Fogproof: O-ring sealed and nitrogen purged.

    NOTE: Package includes tripod and carring case.

    16-48x60 Specifications:
    • Magnification: x 16-48
    • Objective Diameter (mm): 60
    • Real Angular Field of View: 2.3
    • Apparent Angular Field of View: 36.8@16x
    • FOV at 1000 yards. (feet): 120
    • Close Focus Distance (feet): 32.8
    • Exit Pupil (mm): 3.8@16x
    • Relative Brightness: 14.4@16x
    • Eye Relief (mm): 19
    • Size-Body Only (L&W) inches: 12.3x2.9
    • Size-Body Only (L&W) mm: 313x74
    • Weight (Body Only) oz: 31.2
    • Weight (Body Only) grams: 885

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