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This model of LOMO Spotting Scope has been discontinued and no longer available.

Captain Spotting Scope Product Info

The Captain Spotting Scope is a larger version of LittleMak. Its optical design (with multi coated optics) is Maksutov Gregorian This design does not require the use of additional lenses, mirrors or prisms to give a fully erect image. Thus, this instrument is more rugged, because there is no erecting system to come out of alignment. Another important feature of this LOMO Spotting Scope is that this instrument uses a mirror to magnify the image not a lens. A lens will produce false colors (chromatic aberration) and field curvature. It won't be as sharp at the edge of the field of view as at the center, but the Captain does not have this problem, it is as sharp at the edge as it is in the center. This produces a tack sharp image. Ideal for hunters, fisherman, boaters, birders, nature enthusiasts, mountain climbers, etc.Finish: black rubber armored. 

Case: black nylon.

Shown with optional tripod.


Magnification: 14X
Aperture Size 40 mm (1.6")
Focal Length: 390 mm (15.4")
F-Ratio: 9.75
Optical Coatings: Multi-Coated
Weight: 0.326 kg (0.7 lb)
Overall Diameter: 54 mm (2.1")
Eye Relief: 17 mm
Length: 187.3 mm (7.4")

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Captain Spotting Scope, MPN: A1115, Code: LA-SS-A1115

Captain Spotting Scope Comments

Customer Reviews
Helpful Positive Review jamesT by Legacy Reviewer, July 24, 2007
I use this scope for indoor pellet shooting nice close focus range Pros: great value Cons: none
Most Recent Review Captian is a great portable scope by Legacy Reviewer, July 28, 2007
The Captain is a very durable, portable, and powerful scope. I like using it better than binoculars, which require more fussing (to bring both sides in focus) than I care to engage in. I love that the design is highly resistant to shock, and I find ...
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