Binoculars from the Voyager II series are an ideal proposition for people looking for binoculars with good optical properties for small amounts of money.
Despite the low price, they have been refined in mechanical and optical terms. Smoothly working in them is the focusing and adjustment of the spacing of the glasses. Comfortably contoured eyecups and binocular holder allow for long-lasting and comfortable observations. Thanks to the optical design of the Porro system and the lenses and prisms made of high quality glass, the Voyager II binoculars give a bright and sharp image with a natural color. The optical system of the binoculars is enclosed in a lightweight housing, covered with rubber to prevent your hand from slipping.
The Voyager II series consists of binoculars whose lenses have a universal diameter of 50 mm, but with different magnification. For everyday observations, as well as tourist and astronomical observations, we recommend the ones with the lowest magnification, 10x50 or 12x50. They will provide us with a large field of view and a bright picture at dusk and dawn.
Models 16x50 and 20x50 are aimed at lovers of large magnifications. They allow observation of the furthest objects. They can be used, for example, to observe aircraft at cruising altitudes or wildlife. Due to the high magnification which affects the smaller surface brightness of the obtained image, these models are better suited for daytime observation than for twilight observations.
Includes a neck strap, lenses covers and glasses, and a carrying case with a belt
| • Lens diameter: || 50 mm |
| • Zoom: || 16x |
| • Exit pupil: || 3.1 mm |
| • Construction of prisms: || porropryzmatyczna |
| • Material of glass elements: || BK7 (K9) |
| • Field of view: || 3.5 ° / 61 m / 1000 m |
| • Adjusting the focus: || central + tuning |
in the right eyepiece
| • Weight: || 800 g |