Steiner Navigator Pro 7x30 marine binoculars - Extremely rugged, sharp images, 5m water proof - Outstanding viewing quality for beginners and professionals, Blue

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Steiner Navigator Pro 7x30 marine binoculars - Extremely rugged, sharp images, 5m water proof - Outstanding viewing quality for beginners and professionals, Blue

Steiner Navigator Pro 7x30 marine binoculars - Extremely rugged, sharp images, 5m water proof - Outstanding viewing quality for beginners and professionals, Blue

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Designed with professional marine and fishing industries in mind, these 7x50 Fujinon binoculars also make excellent wide-field astronomy binoculars. If you need to, you can actually reduce the minimum focal distance a fairly long way by adjusting both of the diopters. But on the flip side, these are far smaller and more lightweight than a full-sized marine binocular, and whilst not quite as small, they easily outperform a full compact, thus for me, they perfectly fill that middle ground of providing a good performance to size/weight ratio. If you need to reduce the eye-relief for example because you wear glasses, then you can simply fold down the cup.

I hoped the 7x50 will offer one single interval as advertised, but I understand now is only a hope, not a reality (for my age). shafts of light exiting the ocular lenses counter it to a degree and ensure that your eyes receive enough light in all but the worst light conditions when your pupils are dilated and thus larger than the exit pupil. The new Navigator takes STEINER's popular Marine series into a new generation with innovative product features. This new compact Navigator model is equipped with the fluid damped, shock-absorbing and most precise compass in its class.

Another highlight of the strap is that Steiner uses their ClicLoc Strap Attachment System on it which is excellent: Instead of the usual slider system where you fold and thread the strap back on itself, that is a bit of a pain to set up (especially for me as I have done it literally thousands of times! This extended field of view makes it easier to navigate safely when entering a harbor or in similar narrow environments such as when passing a bridge. Advanced accessories We developed for you a new universal attachment system for the neoprene harness.

When out in the field (on dry land), I usually don't use them much and almost never take the time to attach the rain-guard to the neck strap as it just gets in the way. Please register for an account to take part in the discussions in the forum, post your pictures in the gallery and more. As with the exterior armor, Steiner has obviously put a lot of thought into the materials used for the chassis: Instead of magnesium that many higher-end instruments will nowadays use, Steiner actually uses a polycarbonate Makrolon housing. Field of view The already impressive field of view of the Navigator Pro Series has been further improved. There were three of us who tried it,side by side,Patric and myself who wore glasses and my nephew Paul who doesn't.So whilst it may not be as luxurious as a magnesium chassis, it is more lightweight and I would suggest easily strong enough to handle most mishaps onboard. Indeed at this extreme, I would found it to be about 1 meter, however, this can still be very useful if you sometimes need to focus on something fairly close by. It is a pity Steiner doesn't supply these Navigator Pro's with their excellent looking floating strap as standard. This combined with their reasonably large exit-pupil makes this instrument very easy to use with less chance of black rings forming on the edges of the view.

If I were allowed a last wish: Steiner Optics, a number of your binoculars are actually quite usable, please stop devaluing them with claims about “autofocus” that are clearly incorrect. except for the fact that it is too narrow and thus the weight of the instrument is more concentrated and becomes a little uncomfortable.The first was the extra wide field Orion Expanse 7x32,stated TFOV of 13 degrees,almost half of which I would describe as offering little more than "novelty value". The 7x magnification helps produce a steady shake-free image and allows for the really wide field of view, which along with not having to make any focal adjustments meant that I was easily able to find and follow even the fastest moving birds on the shoreline. Firstly the moderate 7x power helps make it much easier to keep the image steady and shake-free with a lower magnification, which on the unsteady platform of a boat or yacht on the water is of great importance. The new Navigator 7x30 Binoculars with Compass is packed full of features that takes the popular Steiner Marine series into the next generation. This version of the binoculars comes equipped with a large, illuminated compass that is fluid damped, shock-absorbing and the most precise in its class.

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