Sturdy leisure binocular
A leisure binocular is the perfect complement to a holiday in the wild or when you are watching a sporting event. But it has to be sturdy and offer good quality visuals. The Olympus 8-16×40 zoom DPS I Binoculars does both. It has a sturdy, compact and stylish design combined with excellent magnification and a bundle of features. Extremely lightweight, it is easy to carry and your hands won’t be fatigued even if you hold it for a long time. The sure-grip ensures that the binoculars stays secure even if it is difficult to hold on to it.
Get a closer look with 16x zoom
The most important aspect of a binocular is the magnification it offers. The Olympus 8-16×40 zoom DPS I has a magnification range of 8x– 16x providing you with excellent views from a distance. This also makes it perfect for a large range of applications. add the Porro-prism to it and you have excellent 3D views of the object making it stand out with ease. You’ll feel that you are sitting next to the animal on a wildlife safari or feel that you are standing next to your favourite player in the sports field.
Easy to Use
An easy-to-use focus knob at the center makes focusing both the eyepieces together a hassle free task. With an exit pupil range of 5 – 2.5 mm, the visuals will be bright even in low light conditions. The Olympus zoom Binoculars has a minimum focus distance of 10 m, which makes it apt for following objects at a close distance. Also, it has an eye relief of 10 – 12 mm which makes it easy to use even if you wear spectacles. It also features individual diopter adjustment.
- Magnification: 16x
- Prism Type: Porro-prism
- Eye Relief: 10 mm
- Minimum Focusing Distance: 10 m
- Real Field of View: 5 – 3.4 degrees
- Lens Construction: 6 elements in 4 groups
- Optical coatings: Monolayer coating
- Relative Brightness: 25 – 6.3
- Focusing system: Center Focus
Uv protection to protect eyes against the sun’s harmful rays
10m close focusing distance
New rugged, high-quality finish with sure-grip rubber coating
40mm objective lens diameter and 790g weight
87-59m field of view at 1000m