BARSKA Escape Porro 10×50 Binoculars (Green Lens)

December 3, 2015 - Comment

Specifications:10x, Field of View (ft@1000yds/m@1000m) =366/122, Prism Glass: BK-7, Exit Pupil (mm):5, Close Focus (ft/m) 32/10, Eye Relief 20mm Product Features 10x magnification with 50mm objective lens Multi-coated optics maximizes light transmission Porro prism binocular made with BK-7 prism glass Can store up to 30 fingerprints Bonus accessories includes neckstrap, carrying pouch and cleaning cloth.

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Specifications:10x, Field of View (ft@1000yds/m@1000m) =366/122, Prism Glass: BK-7, Exit Pupil (mm):5, Close Focus (ft/m) 32/10, Eye Relief 20mm

Product Features

  • 10x magnification with 50mm objective lens
  • Multi-coated optics maximizes light transmission
  • Porro prism binocular made with BK-7 prism glass
  • Can store up to 30 fingerprints
  • Bonus accessories includes neckstrap, carrying pouch and cleaning cloth.

Comments

Anthony Ho says:

Surprisingly good for the price These binoculars are sold at Big 5 Sporting Goods under the “Rugged Exposure” brand name. On sale, they are $21, and the body has some minor style variations from the photo shown here on Amazon, but with the knurled center-focusing ring. The lenses are multi-coated with a bluish-green tint. The eyecups are rubber and fold-down for eyeglass wearers. The view through the binoculars is bright and sharp with good contrast. Focusing is easy, but with a very narrow depth of field, so some refocusing will be needed to bring objects into focus that are just a few inches in front of or behind you original point of focus. For the price–from $21 to $30, these are an excellent value in binoculars. The field of view is 367 feet at 1000 yards, focusing is smooth, and the binoculars are easy to hold steady even with 10x magnification. Included with the binoculars is a strap, a case and lens covers. Other things to know: for roughly $30, you’re not going to get waterproof, nitrogen-filled…

George C. Renner says:

Not bad for $30 For the price these are great binocs. I can even use them with my glasses as most I cannot. Was hesitant about Barska, got some bad red dot sights for rifles in the past, but took the plunge, twice, and both pairs (one for me and one for my Dad) are great. Much better than a pair of $90 Nikons I had (and broke)

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