BRESSER Hunter 20X50 BINOCULARS
The BRESSER Hunter 20×50 binoculars new design provides impressive performance. Due to the minimised lightweight design, this inexpensive model is the ideal companion in many situations. The fully coated optics and solid mechanics enable a true colour image reproduction. The high magnification is ideal for observing distant objects.All models include not only a dioptric adjustment but also foldable rubber eyecups for eyeglass wearers. The handy and non-slip surface of the BRESSER Hunter 20×50 binoculars always ensures a firm grip. A tripod mount is part of the standard equipment of these binoculars and is a popular feature particularly with high magnifications
- Prism lens made of BK-7 glass
- Blue fully coated optical surfaces
- Center wheel focusing
- Dioptric adjustment
- Foldable eyecups
- Robust, rubber armored binocular body
- Tripod adapter thread
Scope Of Delivery
- Shoulder strap
- Lens cleaning cloth
- Inexpensive Porro Binoculars for observation over long distances
- Light intensity: 6.25, Twilight factor: 31.6
- Field of view at 1000 m: 57 m
- Binoculars Dimensions: 165x197x62 mm, Weight: 814 g
- Scope of delivery: binoculars, bag, manual
- Compact and portable for on the go
- True-color image reproduction
- Suitable for eyeglass wearers
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.