Bushnell Powerview 10x25mm Compact Folding Roof Prism Binocular (Black)

December 3, 2015 - Comment

Bushnell leads the industry with its high quality scopes and view finders. Trusted by the world over, whether you’re an avid huntsman, military, or recreational user, Bushnell will fit the mold for everything.Bushnell Powerview Roof Prism Binoculars are designed to provide high-quality optics in a versatile and durable format–at an affordable price. Constructed with a

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Bushnell leads the industry with its high quality scopes and view finders. Trusted by the world over, whether you’re an avid huntsman, military, or recreational user, Bushnell will fit the mold for everything.Bushnell Powerview Roof Prism Binoculars are designed to provide high-quality optics in a versatile and durable format–at an affordable price. Constructed with a rugged, shock absorbing rubber armor for a comfortable, non-slip grip and equipped with the roof prism system for increased durability, Powerview Binoculars are suitable for multiple applications both indoors and in nature. The 10×25 Powerview Binoculars offer powerful 10x magnification with compact 25-millimeter objective lenses that allow you to get a high level of detail in a smaller package. Meanwhile the BaK-7 prisms and multi-coated optics provide high-level image resolution and clarity. Additional user friendly details include a center focus knob for easy adjustments, fold down eye cups, and a folding design. Bushnell Powerview Binoculars carry a limited lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship for the original owner.

Key Features: BaK-7 prisms Roof prism system Multi-coated optics Non-slip, shock-absorbing rubber armor Center focus system Fold-down eyecups

Specifications: Magnification: 10X Objective Lens: 25 millimeters Close Focus: 21 feet / 6.4 meters Field of View: 300 feet at 1000 yards / 100 meters at 1000 meters Eye Relief: 9 millimeters Exit Pupil: 2.5 millimeters Weight: 8.5 ounces / 242 grams Model: 132516 Size Class: Compact

About Roof Prism Binoculars:
The prism system of a binocular reduces the size needed to contain a long optical path and turns what would be an upside-down image right-side-up. In roof prism binoculars, the prisms overlap closely, allowing the objective lenses to line up directly with the eyepiece. The result is a slim, streamlined shape in which the lenses and prisms are in a straight line. Roof prism binoculars are less bulky and more rugged than an equivalent porro model.

Product Features

  • Quality optics with stunning HD clarity
  • 100% quality materials used and tested extensively
  • Beautiful design and durability built to last
  • 10x magnification, 25-millimeter objective binoculars with roof prism system
  • BaK-7 prisms and multi-coated optics for superior resolution and image clarity
  • Rugged, shock-absorbing, non-slip rubber armor; center focus knob
  • Compact yet powerful binoculars suitable for a variety of applications
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Comments

Anthony Allison says:

Perfect for back row of auditorium Talk about a revelation: Why did nobody tell us how much a pair of good binoculars can enhance your enjoyement of concerts and shows? My wife and I warmly recommend these Bushnell 8x21s for such events. You can save money by buying cheap seats in the nosebleed section, because for approx. $20 these binocs give you an amazing close-up view. After carefully reading the online reviews of these and the Bushnell 12x25s, I couldn’t decide which would be better for a recent trip to New York, and ended up buying both. My wife and I tried each and agreed these smaller, lighter ones were absolutely perfect for the back row of Carnegie Hall and a Broadway show. The 12x25s have better magnification, but your natural hand/arm shaking is also magnified. Since one can’t easily take a tripod into Broadway theaters and such, the lightweight 8x21s are therefore ideal. The perfect compromise between weight and adequate magnification. We liked the handy carrying case and weren’t concerned, as others were…

silent_archimedes says:

From the perspective of a beginner and amateur photographer I know very little about binoculars. I know a lot about cameras, but have never owned a pair of binocs. I wanted to buy a basic binoculars with a decent range for my photography nature trips. I wanted to survey a scene quickly with light binoculars and decided to get this one. It’s cheap, had good reviews and a respectable name. Here are my views after owning it for a couple of months: 

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