Levenhuk Sherman PLUS 12x50 Binoculars

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67732

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Porro prism. Magnification: 12x. Objective lens diameter: 50 mm. All weather Levenhuk Sherman PLUS 12x50 binoculars are designed for field observations. Powerful objective lenses guarantee great visibility during the day, as well as at dusk. 12x magnification allows you to observe highly remote objects in great detail. The binoculars feature a reliable waterproof shell. Porro prism optical system provides a wider field of view. The objectives consist of two elements; the eyepieces consist of four elements in three groups. All optical elements are fully multi-coated. Long eye relief allows you to observe wearing glasses. To compensate for differences in individual eyesight you can use the diopter adjustment ring. The reliable shell protects the inner parts of the instrument from moisture, dust, and dirt. The shell is coated with soft rubber. A nitrogen filling prevents the optics from fogging. The binoculars can be installed on a tripod. The kit includes:- Levenhuk Sherman PLUS 12x50 Binoculars- Eyepiece and objective lens caps- Pouch- Strap- Cleaning wipe- User guide and lifetime warranty SpecificationsMagnification, x: 12Type: Porro prismEyepieces: four elements in three groupsObjectives: two elements in one groupOptics material: BaK-4 glassOptics coating: fully multi-coatedObjective lens diameter (aperture), mm: 50Exit pupil diameter, mm: 4.2Eye relief, mm: 14Twilight factor: 24.5Relative brightness: 17.6Resolution threshold, arcseconds: 5Field of view, °: 5.6Field of view, yds/1000 ft: 294Close focus, ft: 19.7Eyepiece diopter adjustment, diopters: ±6Interpupillary distance (IPD), mm: 53–74Focusing: centralEyecups: twist-upOperating temperature range, °F: 5...104Adaptable to a tripod: yesDimensions, in: 7.8x6.9x2.5Weight, lbs: 2.017

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