Pentax 10x43mm DCF ED Binoculars

April 24, 2016 - Comment

Available in 8×32, 8×43, 10×42 and 10×50 magnifications; ED glass optical elements give truer colors and a sharper image; Full reflection coating on prisms reflects the maximum amount of light through the prisms; Hybrid aspherical lens elements provide edge-to-edge sharpness; Waterproof and nitrogen filled (JIS Class 6) to handle the most extreme weather conditions; Phase

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Available in 8×32, 8×43, 10×42 and 10×50 magnifications; ED glass optical elements give truer colors and a sharper image; Full reflection coating on prisms reflects the maximum amount of light through the prisms; Hybrid aspherical lens elements provide edge-to-edge sharpness; Waterproof and nitrogen filled (JIS Class 6) to handle the most extreme weather conditions; Phase coated roof prisms provide high resolution, high contrast, sharp images; Short minimum focus distance for close in subjects; Fully-multi-coated optics provide the maximum light transmission with little glare; Hard coating on exposed lenses enhance the durability of the optical elements; Inner-focus optical design give a well balance, more durable construction; Magnesium alloy body provides maximum durability in a lightweight body; Full rubber housing protects the binoculars from shock and makes them easier to hold; Locking diopter ring with click stops holds your adjustment; Long eye relief for comfortable viewing with or without glasses; Helicoid eyepieces with four click stops allow you to properly set the eye relief

Product Features

  • ED glass optical elements provide greater color accuracy and resolution
  • Waterproof and nitrogen filled (JIS Class 6) allow submersion to 1m
  • Full reflection coating on prisms for maximum brightness
  • Short minimum focus distance for close in subjects
  • Fully-multi-coated optics provide maximum light transmission and increased contrast

Comments

West Tn Deer Hunter says:

Go to optics This product is spot on for the sport I use it for. Very clear optics and good early- late light gathering. For the price, it is one of the best values around. FYI- This is only my second set of serious hunting binoculars I have ever owned. The first pair- I’ve been using for over 20+ years (still have them- just lost the nitrogen purge). That first set was also a pentax. This is why I went with Pentax again. If they can survive 20 years under my harsh treatment, they are definite keepers..

Dorman Long says:

Pentax 10×43 DCF ED Binnocular Compares very favorably to much more expensive glass. I have a pair of Leica 8×32’s and was looking for a pair of quality 10x glasses without breaking the bank. Pentax has met my objective. I have always been impressed by the Leica’s and thus far have been just as impressed with the Pentax DCF ED!

Scott DeSelle says:

Wonderful Birding binocular I bought the Pentax 10×43 DCF ED binoculars as an upgrade/additional pair for bird watching. I’ve used a pair of Bausch & Lomb (now Bushnell) 8×42 Elite binoculars for many years.I’m incredibly happy with the Pentax. After looking at a number of models including the new Bushnells, Zeiss, and Swarovski, I chose the Pentax over the Swarovski EL 10×42 – I was prepared to pay over twice as much as I did.The 10×43 DCF ED has great eye relief, a locking diopter adjustment, good rubber armoring, and are waterproof/fogproof. What really helped seal the deal for me was the outstanding close focus and relative compactness of these binoculars. Twist-up eye cups and rubber removable objective lens covers are nice as well.Over all a very field-worthy pair of binoculars.

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