About this product
The black 16x50 Aculon A211 Binocular from Nikon is a handheld fixed-magnification optic with multicoated aspherical lenses and an ergonomically-designed housing. For the redesigned Aculon series Nikon packages the Aculon A211 binoculars with environmentally-friendly Eco-Glass elements composed of responsibly-sourced arsenic-free material. The Aculon binocular inch s Porro prism design delivers enhanced depth of field and its multicoated aspheric optical path with 50mm objective lenses deliver the image clarity brightness and flat FOV demanded by nature observers.Also new to the 2013 version of the Aculon binocular is a sculpted rubber-armored housing that is designed to fit comfortably into the observer inch s hand and provide non-slip handling. Grooved ridges atop the housing and a generously-sized focusing wheel enable adjustments to the interpupillary distance and the point of focus even while wearing gloves. Nikon inch s Turn-and-Slide eyecups allow quick adjustment to the eye relief. The combination of image quality and user-friendly design make the 16x50 Aculon A211 a cost-effective option for long-range glassing.
FEATURES- Aspherical Lens System- Eco-Glass Optics: Lead and Arsenic-Free- BAK4 Porro Prisms- Multicoated Optics- Wide Angle Viewing- Twist-Up Rubber Eyecups- Rubber Armored Housing
SPECIFICATIONSPrism Type PorroMagnification 16.0xObjective Lens Diameter 50 mmAngle of View 4.2° (actual)Field-of-View 220 inch @ 1000 yd / 73.04 m @ 1000 mMinimum Focus Distance 29.5 inch / 8.99 mExit Pupil Diameter 3.1 mmEye Relief 12.6 mmInterpupillary Adjustment Not Specified By ManufacturerDioptric Correction Not Specified By ManufacturerFocus Type CenterTripod Mount Yes (Adapter Included)Dimensions 7.8 x 7 inch / 19.81 x 17.78 cmWeight 32.6 oz / 924 g
Once I figured out how to properly use these, they become very easy to use and focus at what I'm looking at. Just took a quick look at the manual and all was well. Great for using with glasses on as well as without glasses.