Steiner 7×50 Commander XP C Binocular

April 24, 2016 - Comment

Steiner 7×50 mm Commander XP C Binoculars. Experience truly amazing low-light images! Steiner takes low-light visibility performance to another level with these Binoculars! The XP Optics feature the highest light transmission ever recorded, which means jaw-droppingly brilliant images in the dark! And if that wasn’t enough, the Commander XP is built to military specs for

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Steiner 7×50 mm Commander XP C Binoculars. Experience truly amazing low-light images! Steiner takes low-light visibility performance to another level with these Binoculars! The XP Optics feature the highest light transmission ever recorded, which means jaw-droppingly brilliant images in the dark! And if that wasn’t enough, the Commander XP is built to military specs for waterproof and shock resistance! Also comes outfitted with an illuminating compass and a reticle for easy navigation and range estimates! See the world through Steiner quality: Electronically illuminated compass takes two 344 watch-type alkaline batteries (not included); NBR long-life armoring provides a smooth, non-slip grip that lasts twice as long as normal rubber coverings; NANO-Coated lens surfaces eliminate rain, snow and moisture from view; Lens surfaces clean easily with running water, hand shake to dry; F.O.V. is 390-ft. @ 1,000 yds. 22 mm eye relief for viewing that won’t strain your eyes; Comfortable, ergonomic grip helps you keep a steady hand; Clic-Loc strap system for quick removal and attachment of floating neck strap; Easy on, easy off lens caps; Weigh 39 ozs. Carry case included. Order Today! Steiner 7×50 mm Commander XP C Binoculars

Product Features

  • Dimensions: 6.2″ x 8.1″ x 3.8″ Weight: 40.0 oz. Details: MAGNIFICATION 7x; LUMINOSITY: 51.02; FIELD OF VIEW AT 1000YDS = 392FT.

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

excellent low light performance I have the 7×50 Steiner Ralleye model, which appears to be identical to the Marine version. It is built like a tank and gives you a lot of confidence that it will hold up to abuse. In low light and night conditions this is an excellent performer. If you are using this is an area with a lot ambient light (such as a town) or moonlight, it will really bring a lot of detail out of the shadows and is a better choice by far then night vison equipment costing hundreds more. The 7x magnification is also a nice choice for avoiding lense shake. (I also have a pair of 9×40 Steiners, and that move from 7x-9x power is noticeable.) The 7×50 also allows you to better follow moving targets. The sport auto focus system works very well and the optics are excellent. 

Joseph Carroll says:

Great German optics for the price! The Steiner Marine 7×50 binoculars have met my (admittedly high) expectations. The Sports Auto-Focus is great — even better on my Marine pair than the Predator models that I looked at in Academy Sports. It makes changing from viewing one object to another fast and easy. They are very clear too. With the focus set at the closest range I can read the buttons on my microwave from across my small trailer. Using them out of doors the foliage really pops out (even when overcast). In almost complete darkness they enable one to see things the naked eye cannot. I have used them at night when I could barely see to walk around. The view through the binoculars was hardly affected at all. Once I used them to look from my parent’s back yard, across the (six-lane) interstate, into the parking lot of the local community college at night. I could see the bugs playing around the streetlights! 

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