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Nikon Trailblazer ATB Camo Binoculars

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Nikon Trailblazer ATB Camo Binoculars 'Nikon Trailblazer ATB Camo Binoculars'
Product Description

Nikon Trailblazer 8X42 Binoculars are built for the toughest hunts. This collection of Nikon binoculars gives you waterproof, fogproof performance, full-sized views and legendary Nikon optics in a price range that any hunter can appreciate.


  • Bright, Multicoated Optics:
    Lead- and arsenic-free Eco-Glass lenses and multiple layers of anti-reflective compounds.
  • Ultra Rugged, Rubber-Armored Body:
    Provides a sure, non-slip grip, wet or dry.
  • Generous Eye Relief:
  • For a clear and comfortable view, especially for people who wear eyeglasses. Includes turn-and-slide rubber eyecups.
  • Team REALTREE Advantage MAX-1 HD Camouflage:
    This highly effective open-terrain pattern offers true performance in a variety of open settings across the country. Now you can become “1” with the landscape!
  • Waterproof/Fogproof:
    Guaranteed performance in virtually any condition.

8x42 Specifications:

  • Focusing System: CF
  • Magnification: x 8
  • Objective Diameter (mm): 42
  • Real Angular Field of View: 7
  • Apparent Angular Field of View: 52.1
  • FOV @ 1000 yds. (ft.): 367
  • Close Focus Distance (feet): 16.4
  • Exit Pupil (mm): 5.3
  • Relative Brightness: 28.1
  • Eye Relief (mm): 19.7
  • Size (L&W) inches: 6.1x5.2
  • Size (L&W) mm: 154x131
  • Weight oz: 23.6
  • Weight grams: 670

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