Boshile® 10X50 Waterproof  Navy Binoculars Telescope with Rangefinder and Compass

Boshile® 10X50 Waterproof Navy Binoculars Telescope with Rangefinder and Compass

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## Key Features _1_ Type:Waterproof, Night Vision, Range Finder _2_ Eye Relief (mm):23 _3_ Exit Pupil Diameter (mm): 7.1mm _4_ Objective Lens (mm):50 _5_ Field of View:132m/1000m _6_ Features:Night Vision, Waterproof _7_ Prism Type:BAK4 _8_ Waterproof Level:IPX-7 _9_ Optical Coating:Fully Multi-coated _10_ Brand#:Boshile ## Specifications : Specification Structures: Binoculars_,_ Type: Waterproof___,_ Night Vision___,_ Range Finder___,_ Material: Metal_,_ Color: camouflage_,_ Green_,_ Eye Relief (mm): 23___,_ Eye Relief Range (mm): >20mm_,_ Exit Pupil Diameter (mm): 7.1mm ___,_ Exit Pupil Diameter Range (mm): >7mm_,_ Magnification: 10x_,_ Objective Lens (mm): 50___,_ Objective Diameter: 40-50MM_,_ Field of View: 132m/1000m___,_ Field of View Range: >300ft/1000yds_,_ Field Range (°): 7.5_,_ Dimension (L×W×H) (cm): 16.5 x 19 x 6_,_ Net Weight (kg): 0.8_,_ Eye Lens(mm): 25_,_ Lens Diameter(cm): 20-30MM_,_ Battery: N/A_,_ Features: Night Vision___,_ Roof Prism_,_ Waterproof___,_ Prism Type: BAK4___,_ Focus System: Independent Focus_,_ Optical system: Lenses_,_ Waterproof Level: IPX-7___,_ Optical Coating: Fully Multi-coated___,_ Best Use: out door_,_ Note: Waterproof level IPX7_,_ Brand: Boshile_,_ Brand#: Boshile___,_ : Magnification Range Magnification: 10x to 14.9x_,_ ## Photos It is great for bird watching, observe nature, taking to concerts, and sporting events. Non-slip rubber grip The large 50mm objective lens comes in a short barrel body design Extremely clear without loosing light-gathering 100% waterproof and nitrogen filled These binoculars have dielectric coating ED (Extra low Dispersion) glass throughout. Wide field of view for easy object location ## FAQs Q:What is night vision for binoculars? A:Most individuals assume that night vision is possible in total darkness; however, such is not the case since a little light is necessary to reflect off an object. In reality, night vision is the ability to see in low light conditions due to the combinations of two approaches: sufficient spectral range and sufficient intensity range.