Bushnell Powerview10x32 BinocularsCode: 000463
Product detailed description
Bushnell binoculars with a magnification of 10x32 at a weight of 350 g.
It offers a field of view of 88 m / 1000 m and a focus of 6 m.
multiple anti-reflection layers on lens surfaces
non-slip surface treatment
Lens diameter: 32 mm
Field of view: 88 m / 1000 m
Focus from: 6 m
Weight: 350 g
The package includes a telescope with caps, a cleaning cloth, a bin strap and a pouch
Prismatic Telescopes - Most of the telescopes currently in use use convex lenses for both the lens and the eyepiece of the telescope. Such binoculars are called prismatic because they use an optical prism (prism) for "rotating an inverted image.
Porro Prism construction Before the light reaches the eye, it passes through a system of two prisms and forms the letter "Z".
Roof prism constructions (so-called roof prisms) In these binoculars, the prisms are set so that the light passes through their system in a straight line. In this way, compact telescopes are constructed.
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