Nikon Aculon A211 a new series of binoculars for versatile natural applications, appreciated by bird watchers and lovers of night sky observation. These binoculars are characterized by extremely reliable mechanical performance, robustness and "resistance to the user" and resistance to extreme weather conditions (they are sealed, "splash-proof"). At the same time they offer impeccable optics, well corrected in terms of geometric defects, aspherical, resulting in a good flatness of the field. Properly large prisms and high-quality MC layers guarantee high optical efficiency, resulting in brightness and resolution of the images obtained.
The model with a magnification of 16 times and a diameter of 50 mm is a binocular with a very high magnification, recommended for observing airplanes at cruising altitudes, astronomy in urban conditions, distant field observations and for watching birds of prey.
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• bright optics
• Lenses coated with multilayer anti-glare coatings guarantee a bright image
• aspherical lenses in the eyepieces allowed for significant correction of image distortion
• rotatable-sliding rubber eyecups facilitate the attachment of binoculars to the eyes
• rubber body elements provide resistance to shock and ensure that the binoculars do not slip
• possibility of mounting on a tripod
| • Lens diameter: || 50 mm |
| • Zoom: || 16x |
| • Minimum distance of observation: || 9 m |
| • Field of view: || 4.2 ° / 73 m / 1000 m |
| • Output: || 3.1 mm |
| • Retracting the output pupil: || 12.6 mm |
| • The scope of adjustment of the spacing of pupils: || 56 - 72 mm |
| • Construction of prisms: || porro |
| • Material of defective elements: || optical glass BaK-4 |
| • Anti-reflective layers: || MC |
| • Focus adjustment: || central + tuning in the right eyepiece |
| • Possibility of mounting on a tripod: || YES |
| • Dimensions: || length 179 mm, width 197 mm |
| • Weight: || 925 g |
This device focuses a lot of light. Looking directly at the sun through this device can result in partial or complete loss of vision.