Product information "Nikon 7x50CF WP Global Compass Binoculars"
Nikon 7x50CF WP Global Compass Binoculars
The 7x50CF WP GLOBAL COMPASS binoculars feature a globally balanced compass enabling you to confirm directions accurately regardless of where you are, both in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres.
All technical features including waterproof and rugged porro prism construction, high viewing comfort and state-of-the-art optical system provide the same approved quality standard as its predecessor, the 7x50CF WP Compass binoculars.
The 7x50CF WP GLOBAL COMPASS binoculars excel with a bright view due to multilayer-coated lenses, a 50mm objective diameter and a wide field of view. Plus, a practical and useful floating strap that prevents the 7x50CF WP GLOBAL COMPASS binoculars from sinking is included free of charge.
-7x magnification marine standard, with a wide, stable image for tracking other boats, buoys and bridge numbers even in rough water
-Built-in global compass with illuminator and scale to measure dimensions or distances if you know one of the values
-Wide field of view
-Quick, easy-to-use central focusing system
-Waterproof (up to 1m/3.3 ft. for 5 minutes) and fog-free with O-ring seals and nitrogen gas
-Long eye relief design ensures a clear field of view, even for eyeglass wearers
-Multilayer-coated lenses for a bright image
-Rubber armouring for shock resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
-Free-floating strap included
-Tripod compatible using optional tripod adaptor, TRA-2 or TRA-3
Objective diameter: 50mm
Central or Individual Focusing: CF
Eco Glass: Yes
Multilayer coated lenses: Yes
Apparent FOV: 47.5°
FOV at 1000m: 126m
Exit pupil: 7.1mm
Relative brightness: 50.4
Close Focusing distance: 10m
Eye relief: 22.7mm
Interpupillary distance adjustment: 56-72mm
Size: 193 x 202mm
Rubber armoured: Yes
Waterproof and Fog-free: Yes
Tripod adaptable: Yes (TRA-2 or TRA-3)
Strap, caps, and case included: Yes
Floating strap: Yes
Telephoto, Wide Angle
Marine and Coastal
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