Bushnell Perma Focus 12×50 Wide Angle Binocular

December 3, 2015 - Comment

Perma Focus-Never Needs Focusing ; 12X Power Magnification ; Rubber Armored ; Fully Coated Optics ; 265-Ft Field Of ViewNever lose focus on the action again–the Bushnell Perma Focus Binoculars keep you dialed in on your target at any long-distance range with no adjustments necessary. Simply raise them to your eyes and catch the action

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Perma Focus-Never Needs Focusing ; 12X Power Magnification ; Rubber Armored ; Fully Coated Optics ; 265-Ft Field Of ViewNever lose focus on the action again–the Bushnell Perma Focus Binoculars keep you dialed in on your target at any long-distance range with no adjustments necessary. Simply raise them to your eyes and catch the action instantly.

With 12x magnification and 50-millimeter objective lenses, these wide angle binoculars provide the large field of view you need to enjoy sporting events and catch the action in nature. On cold days you will appreciate not having to take your gloves off to adjust the focus. With precision-crafted, BK-7 prisms and fully coated optics, the binoculars offer bright, crisp images even at low light. And the ergonomic rubber housing provides a secure grip–even with gloves on. Built to last, the Perma Focus 12×50 Binoculars carry a limited lifetime warranty from Bushnell.

Key Features: Unique “Focus-Free” operation–focuses automatically on subject. Please note: Focus-free models are designed for viewing distant subjects. The close-focus limit is subjective and dependent on the user’s eyesight. Fully coated optics for improved light transmission and brightness Non-slip rubber armor absorbs shock while providing a firm grip Porro prism system for a wide field of view with edge to edge clarity and great depth perception

Specifications: Magnification: 12 Objective Lens Diameter: 50 millimeters Lens Coating: Fully Field of View: 265 feet at 1000 yards / 88 meters at 1000 meters Tripod Adaptable: Yes Eyecups: Fold Down Eye Relief: 9 millimeters Focus System: Free Exit Pupil: 4.2 millimeters Prism Glass: BK-7 Prism System: Porro Weight: 31 ounces / 879 grams Size Class: Standard

Product Features

  • Perma Focus-Never Needs Focusing
  • 12X Power Magnification
  • Rubber Armored
  • Fully Coated Optics
  • 265-Ft Field Of View
  • Wide-angle, Perma Focus binoculars with 12x magnification and 50-millimeter objective lenses
  • Fixed-focus operation dials in focus at any distance automatically
  • Fully coated optics for improved clarity and light transmission
  • Ergonomic rubber housing for a secure grip and shock resistance
  • Designed for sporting events and nature observation; limited lifetime warranty

Comments

Joe Hagy says:

Five Stars But Not For Everyone The Bushnell Perma Focus binoculars are a godsend to my wife. They are extremely useful to me but they are not for everyone. They are not a one-size-fits-all, all -purposes binoculars. They are exceptionally useful for people who have trouble using (focusing & adjusting) binoculars who want to look at things at 25 plus yards away. For fast actions sports from up in the stands, like football, NASCAR, track and field they are what you need. Scanning the shores from cruise ships, whale watching, anything that it is not probable that you are going to get close into the subject, such as wildlife watching from a distance (wolves, bears, moose), or wildlife that you prefer watching from a distance (wolves, bears, moose). Put these dudes up to your eyes and you are instantly in business. There is nothing to adjust, nothing to balance, nothing to fiddle with. Bingo you are there, in focus, and following what is going on with these non-focus binoculars. We have two pair. I bought one pair…

mrarches says:

7×35 bushnell permafocus binocs I purchased the bushnell permafocus binocs several years ago well knowing the trade-offs involving the permafocus feature. Owning other optical equipment such as astronomical use binoculars and telescopes allows me to make an informed opinion. I’ll start with the drawbacks: The optics are good but not top of the line quality by any means and because of that you’ll see a significant drop-off of clarity toward the outermost edges of the field of view. Secondly, objects closer than 50′ or so away are not going to be resolved with the crispness required to distinguish fine detail – bird watching or the like is not a strong point of this product. Thirdly, the permafocus is preset with a 20-20 vision focus – so if you are extensively nearsighted these binocs will not serve you well. 

J. Mooney says:

All Aorund Good Glasses Although these binoculars are not at thier best in close, the long range view more than adequately makes up for any shortcomings. For objects at a distance, I can think of no other binocular that has as crisp an image, or as wide a field of view. Also, they are a pleasure to pick up and have an instant view without the delay in having to focus them. The rugged, rubber encased, no slip frame are one of the most “ergonomically correct” pair of glasses that I have ever used. 

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