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Item #: NIK7538

Nikon Prostaff 7 Binoculars - 10 x 42

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Product Description


The powerful 10x42 Nikon Prostaff 7 Binocular offers generous 15.5mm eye relief with next generation Nikon optical performance. From day trips spent scouting to week long weekends of hunting, this trusty optic will give you the brightness and resolution you need to track down your prize. Fully multicoated lenses and aluminum high reflective multi-layer prism coating with phase correction coating on roof prism give you excellent brightness and resolution. Features multi-click turn-and-slide eyecups for a clear and comfortable view, with or without eyeglasses. These Prostaff 7 Binoculars are rugged with the durable and protective, rubber Armored coating, providing a non-slip grip, wet or dry. Rounding out these fine optics is waterproof and fog proof nitrogen filled and O-ring sealed for protection. Tripod adaptable.

Nikon Prostaff 7 Binocular Features and Specifications:

  • Finish: Black
  • Focusing System: CF
  • Magnification x: 10
  • Objective Diameter (mm): 42
  • Angular Field of View (Real): 6
  • Angular Field of View (Apparent): 55.3
  • FOV @ 1000 yards (feet): 314
  • Close Focus Distance (feet): 13.1
  • Exit Pupil (mm): 4.2
  • Relative Brightness: 17.6
  • Eye Relief (mm): 15.4
  • Size (L and W - inches): 6.8x5.1
  • Size (Land W - mm): 172x129
  • Weight (oz): 23.5
  • Weight (grams): 665

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