BRESSER Hunter 10×50 BINOCULARS
The compact and handy body enable the BRESSER Hunter 10×50 Binoculars to be the perfect companion for just about every outdoor activity. The fully coated optics and its solid mechanics enable a true colour picture replication.The advantageous relation of lens diameter and magnification enable observations at dawn. All models comprise not only a dioptre adjustment but also collapsible rubber eyecups for spectacle wearers. The handy rubber armoured body of the BRESSER Hunter 10×50 binoculars allow a firm grip. A tripod thread is standard for all Hunter binoculars
Scope Of Delivery
- Nylon bag
- Carrying strap
- Protective lens caps
- Protective eyepiece caps
- Quality binoculars with high magnification
- Objective diameter: 50mm / magnification: 10x
- Type: Porro binocular / fully coated / center focus
- Dimensions: 200x58x165mm / weight: 784 g
- Scope of delivery: binoculars, pouch, neckstrap, cleaning cloth
|FIELD OF APPLICATION|
|Field of application||
|Mirror/Lens diam.||50 mm|
|Type of coating||Fully coated|
|Colour of coating||blue|
|Exit pupil min.||5 mm|
|Field of view at 1000m7||119m|
|Field of view||6.8 degrees|
|Near focus from7||5 m|
|GENERAL TECHNICAL DATA|
|Bag/Pouch||nylon carrying case with carrying strap|
|Tripod adapter thread||✓|
|Focusing system||Central focus wheel|
|Turns of focus drive over entire focal range||1.25|
|Eyecups||Rubber eyecups, foldable|
|Interpupilar distance min.||57 mm|
|Interpupilar distance max.||72 mm|
|Dust protection caps||for objective and eyepiece, individually removable|
|DIMENSIONS & WEIGHTS|
|Total length||200 mm|
|Total width||165 mm|
|Total height||58 mm|
|Net weight (without access.)||784 g|
The Bresser Messier AR-80/640 Nano Refractor Telescope is a complete beginner’s telescope. It’s a 3-inch achromatic refractor that’s bundled with everything a newcomer needs to get started: a manual altaz mount, a red dot finder, a star diagonal and a 26mm Plössl eyepiece.
Its 3-inch aperture is more than adequate to allow observations of a wide range of celestial objects, its altaz mount is intuitive to use and the whole thing is a doddle to set up.
Achromatic doublet lenses, like the ones in this scope, are made from two types of glass that work together to minimise chromatic aberrations – an unwanted effect that produces coloured halos around bright objects.
More expensive optics have a number of special coatings applied to reduce reflections and increase light throughput, but this lens assembly has only one coating of magnesium fluoride (MgF2) – the minimum required.
The inside of the seamless aluminium optical tube is nicely blackened, though and has a single baffle to help reduce unwanted internal reflections.