Nikon 7277 8 X 25mm Travelite Vi Binoculars

December 3, 2015 - Comment

Nikon 7277 Travelite Vi Binoculars (8 X 25Mm) Product Features 8x magnification FOV (Field of view) at 1000 yds: 293 ft Close Focus Distance: 9.8 ft Focusing System: Central Focus Size (Length x Width) 4.6 x 4.6 in Related

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Nikon 7277 Travelite Vi Binoculars (8 X 25Mm)

Product Features

  • 8x magnification
  • FOV (Field of view) at 1000 yds: 293 ft
  • Close Focus Distance: 9.8 ft
  • Focusing System: Central Focus
  • Size (Length x Width) 4.6 x 4.6 in

Comments

Comdys says:

Nikon Travelite 8 x 25 binoculars. I wanted quality and affordability in binoculars. I had the opportunity to try this model at LL Bean and was impressed with the ease of use and clarity of the image. I shopped for price and ordered from Amazon. Delivery was rapid and I now have a very satisfactory way to see beautiful, clear detail of the birds at my feeder. I appreciate the light weight because I can watch comfortably for long periods. Focus is quick and sharp and I can follow a bird if it flies across the street and into the woods.

Nekobasu says:

Needs Lens Covers Overall, I am happy with this product. With any higher magnification, you would need to stabilize it by either using a tripod or monopod or by getting a larger, longer, heavier pair that has enough inertia to not move. So, 8x is the max you want. These are 8x.Although the distance from the eyepiece to your eyeball is supposed to be enough to make it usable with eyeglasses, the reality is that it is insufficient. So, if you wear glasses, you should get binoculars better suited for you. I strongly recommend anyone who wears glasses to try before you buy when it comes to binoculars. Fortunately, my eyeglass prescription is light enough that I can use binoculars without the glasses.Lens covers for the main lenses would be nice. I’m constantly in fear of accidentally touching the lenses when I take the binoculars out of their pouch or handle them when I’m not looking though them.Be careful with the eyepiece covers, as it’s easy to drop or misplace them.

oldbackpack says:

Fantastic binoculars for the price. These are fantastic value for the money. I chose the 8 x 25’s after looking at the specs on the Nikon site. The 8 x 25’s let in a lot more light than the 10 & 12 x 25’s, plus the stronger magnification on the 10’s and 12’s give you a lot more shakey movement in the image.The 8’s are a lot more stable. These 8 x 25’s are absolutely perfect for bird and wildlife viewing. I have a real high quality pair of Russian 7 x50 binoculars from the 60’s with glass lenses made back in East Germany and I have to say these Nikons outperform them in every respect. They are quite a bit brighter than my 7 x50’s too! They are a nice size, not too small. Just right for travel.Center zoom control works well with good zoom quality, and the right lens has a click stop rotary adjustment for your diopter. I like that, as you can’t knock them out of focus putting them back in the case. I bought these to replace a set of pentax travel bins I had stolen in Peru. They are a nice upgrade.

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