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Steiner Peregrine XP binoculars are the ultimate in high quality birding binoculars. The Peregrine XP series from Steiner utilizes a new high pressure die-cast, lightweight magnesium chassis to deliver true color, high image contrast and light transmission, combined with rugged waterproof binocular design that is fully submersible. With its water-repelling "NANO-Protection" coating on the 44mm objective lenses and oversized 30mm ocular lenses, the Steiner XP Peregrine delivers images of wildlife, birds, animals, and nature that are always clear, even in rain and snow. The binoculars optics feature

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the new dielectric mirror and XP optical coating that makes Steiner's XP lens technology unique, offering the discriminating user new levels of performance for birding, nature study, and more. The design offers the user an exceptionally high depth of field, uncommon with roof prism binoculars and extremely beneficial in low light wildlife observation.

The new lightweight magnesium housing of the birding binoculars incorporates Steiner's unique Nitrogen Purging and Pressurization process, making moisture invasion a virtual impossibility in any climate. The Peregrine XP's new 44mm objective lenses are nearly 10% larger than a 42mm lens, transmitting more light. The Steiner XP binocular also has an exceptionally large 30 mm ocular lens. These larger lenses combined with XP Lens Technology and the binocular's ergonomic body design with fast focusing system give it rapid handling that makes focusing on close or distant subjects easy and comfortable.

Steiner Peregrine XP comes standard with twist-up/down eye cup system including flip-shroud eyecups. The Peregrine XP Binoculars feature an ergonomically shaped rubber covered body in an attractive, dark forest green color. Steiner has embedded the binocular system in the armor, using a new gel-filled grip and thumb pad that adds a considerable amount of grip and comfort when holding and viewing with the binoculars.

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