Nikon 16004 PROSTAFF 7S 10 x 42 Inches All-Terrain Binocular (Green)

December 3, 2015 - Comment

Nikon’s PROSTAFF 7S 10×42 is a lightweight, easy to hold, all-terrain binocular that features an advanced optical system designed to deliver sharper images. Thanks to fully multicoated Eco-glass lenses and Phase-Correction Coated Roof Prisms, every model in the PROSTAFF 7S series provides the quality brightness and resolution that make it the perfect accessory for almost

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Nikon’s PROSTAFF 7S 10×42 is a lightweight, easy to hold, all-terrain binocular that features an advanced optical system designed to deliver sharper images. Thanks to fully multicoated Eco-glass lenses and Phase-Correction Coated Roof Prisms, every model in the PROSTAFF 7S series provides the quality brightness and resolution that make it the perfect accessory for almost any outdoor activity.

Product Features

  • When you’re out in the woods, the Real tree Xtra Green camouflage makes the PROSTAFF 7S blend in to the surrounding environment
  • Whether you’re looking at wildlife or scenery, two things are important: color and clarity The PROSTAFF 7S brings you both, thanks to Fully Multilayer Coated lenses and Phase Correction Coated Roof Prisms
  • The PROSTAFF 7S is comfortable to hold, even in wet conditions, thanks to its rubber armored body The rubber armor also protects the binocular in case it is dropped or handled roughly

Comments

M. Shelton says:

Brightest 10×42 hunting binoculars in its price class. Takes another $300 to beat them! I’ve been wanting a nice pair of hunting binoculars for about a year. I was walking through Sportsmans and decided to do a comparison of some sub-$500 10x42s. I compared Alden, Nikon (several versions), Vortex and the entry Zeiss (the ED). Every time I compared the Nikon to the other binoculars I kept coming back to the Nikons. They were the lightest. They had camo. And most important — they were the brightest. Well, except for the Zeiss ED. It was ever so slightly brighter than the Nikon Prostaff 7. BUT the Zeiss was $300 more than the Nikon was. Turns out the Nikon was on clearance for next year’s model and I was so danged impressed I walked out of the store with a pair and I absolutely love them! Wasn’t planning to buy a pair today, but they were nice and bright and fit my budget so I couldn’t pass them up šŸ™‚

italiandj7 says:

Just Awesome! When I received these and I opened the box, I was very excited simply by picking them up, you quickly feel the quality as soon as you pick them up. These bad boys are amazing. I am excited to use them outdoors, but have only tried them out in my 2nd floor condo. These are so clear and crisp, and adjusting the focus is so simple and precise. Even for night viewing, these just don’t fail you in anyway. These binoculars come with a black Nikon neck strap, that is iconic to Nikon. Its adjustable and is pretty comfortable. They also come with lens covers for the bottom, and eye piece covers for the top, however they don’t snap on too snug. That would be the only drawback, but it really isn’t that big of a deal. These are a must have if your looking for quality, durability, practicality, and design. Small enough to carry everywhere with you if your backpacking, big enough to see huge distances.

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