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Nikon Real Tree Outdoors 10x25 Binoculars

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Product Description

These Nikon Real Tree Outdoors 10x25 Binoculars feature multicoated optics and the popular Real Tree APG HD camo in a fold up, roof prism design that fits into pockets or bags for quick viewing.

Bright, multicoated optics feature multiple layers of anti-reflective compounds that offer excellent brightness and resolution. BaK4 high index prisms provide extra high resolution images thanks to these advanced prisms and are available on every Nikon compact binocular. RealTree all purpose green HD camouflage is created using a high definition printing process which provide ultra-realistic patterns to give hunters versatile choices for use in areas where green is prevalent. Durable rubber armor gives you a solid surface to grip, even when wet. A smooth central focus knob give a fast range of focus for quick viewing. Generous eye relief provides a clear and comfortable view, especially for eyeglass wearers. Includes turn and slide rubber eyecups.


  • Focusing System: Central Focus
  • Magnification: 10x
  • Objective Diameter: 25mm
  • Angular Field of View (Real): 5 degrees
  • Angular Field of View (Apparent) 47.2 degrees
  • FOV at 1000 yards: 262 feet
  • Close Focus Distance: 9.8 feet
  • Exit Pupil: 2.5mm
  • Relative Brightness: 6.3
  • Eye Relief: 13mm
  • Size (Length x Width): 4.5 x 4.8 inches
  • Weight: 9.5 ounces
  • Interpupillary Distance: 56-72mm
  • Prism: Porro

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