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Nikon EDG2 10x42 ED Glass Roof Prism Waterproof Binoculars, Black - 7567
$2,499.95
Code: NI-BI-7567-EE
MPN: 7567
UPC: 018208075676
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Nikon EDG 2 10x42 ED Roof Prism Binoculars Product Info

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Nikon EDG2 10x42 ED Roof Prism Binoculars 7567, class-leading roof prism binoculars with superior ergonomics, 42 mm objective lens and 10x magnification. Nikon 's ED (Extra-Low imageDispersion) glass lenses, dielectric high-reflective multilayer prism coating and advanced multilayer binocular lens coating combine to deliver superior light transmission and clear, high-resolution images with superb contrast, even in low-light. These Nikon Binoculars feature large focus knob that prevents unintentional diopter changes for convenient operation. In additin, the binoculars are constructed from lightweight magnesium alloy body that has a durable design with rubber armoring for shock resistance and a firm, comfortable grip. Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups with multi-click system make it easy to adjust the eyepoint for a full field of view. Field curvature is minimized by the field flattener lens system that ensures a superior image all the way to the lens periphery. The large, easy to use focus knob covers the diopter adjuster, which helps prevent unintentional changes to the diopter setting. Nikon Edge Two 42mm Roof Prism Binoculars are extremely portable and highly durable, these waterproof and fog-free binoculars are ideal for trekking and nature watching.

Specifications for Nikon Edge 2 10x 42mm ED Binocular:

Magnification (x): 10
Objective diameter: 42mm
Angular field of view (Real/degree): 6.5
Angular field of view (Apparent/degree): 59.2
Field of view at 1000m: 114mm
Exit pupil (mm): 4.2
Relative brightness: 17.6
Eye relief: 18mm
Close focusing distance: 3m
Weight: 790g
Length: 151 mm
Width (mm): 137
Interpupillary distance adjustment: 55-76mm
Waterproof: 5m

Features of Nikon EDG Two 42mm Binoculars:

  • ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass lenses compensate for chromatic aberrations
  • Field flattener lens system minimizes field curvature for sharp, clear images
  • Dielectric high-reflective multilayer roof prism coating ensures consistently high light transmission
  • Phase-correction coated roof prisms for high-resolution images.
  • Multilayer-coating on all lenses and prisms for remarkably bright, images, even in low-light.
  • Eco-glass optics, free of lead and arsenic, are used for all lenses and prisms.
  • Large focus knob prevents unintentional diopter changes for convenient operation.
  • Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups with multi-click system make it easy to adjust the eyepoint for a full field of view.
  • High-eyepoint design provides a clear field of view, even when wearing glasses.
  • Close focusing distance of only 3 m.
  • Waterproof (to 5 m for 10 minutes) and fog-free, with O-ring seals and nitrogen gas.
  • Horn-shaped detachable eyecups: contoured eyecups block peripheral light for a clear field of view.
  • Superior ergonomics: short bridge design for a firm grip and adjustable strap for comfort, even during extended use.

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Helpful Positive Review Bright images competitve to German brands by Legacy Reviewer, May 6, 2013
At first I was dubious about what kind of images Nikon was able to produce while I was testing Zeiss and Leica's binocular simultaneously (It was recommended by a staff beceause of my wearing glasses). However, the result showed that my stereotype wa...
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