Nikon Binoculars 7X50 SP Porro prism type 7X50SP (Made in Japan)
-Water resistant level waterproof
-Eye distance 16.2 mm
-Description of binocular prism Porro prism
About this product
Apparent field of view: 51.1 °
Eye relief: 16.2mm
Style: 7X50 SP
Product model number 7X50SP
Movable LCD No
Zoom Magnification (Optical) 7
Zoom magnification (including digital) 7x
With viewfinder No
Type Porro prism
Included functions, features Tripod mountable, wide, multi-coat, compatible with eyeglasses
Effective lens diameter 50
Real field of view (°) 7.3
Batteries included No
Packing size 25 x 24 x 11 cm; 1.48 Kg
Style: 7X50 SP
Optical performance and durability required by professionals. Authentic waterproof binoculars.
A large-diameter lens and a multilayer coating ensure a bright and sharp field of view at all times.
Waterproof specification with nitrogen gas filled inside the main body.
Nikon Binoculars 7X50 SP Porro prism type 7x 50 caliber 7X50SP
For commercial use, special emphasis is placed on durability, waterproofness, and functionality. Binoculars that are active in fields such as voyages under hard conditions and astronomical observation.
Achieves a clear and sharp image with excellent optical performance.
A field of view with excellent flatness of the image and little distortion up to the periphery.
A bright field of view is achieved with a large-diameter lens and a multilayer coating.
Easy-to-read long eye relief.
Waterproof and anti-fog structure filled with nitrogen gas. Can also be used for operations such as voyages.
Magnification 7 times
Objective lens effective diameter 50 mm
Real field of view 7.3 degrees
Apparent field of view 48.1 degrees
Field of view at 1000m 128m
Pupil diameter 7.1mm
Eye relief 16.2mm
Shortest focusing distance 12.4m
Mass (weight) 1485g
Eye width adjustment range 56-72 mm
Waterproof performance Waterproof design that does not affect even if immersed in water depth of 5 m for 5 minutes (cannot be used underwater)
Apparent field of view Notation value of apparent field of view based on ISO14132-1: 2002.