Designed for midrange observations—especially in low light—by law enforcement, military, and tactical professionals, and engineered to exacting military specifications for outstanding performance in challenging environmental conditions, theSteiner Optics 7x50 M750r Military Binoculars are engineered to be an invaluable addition to any kit. This model comes with an in-view non-illuminated Mil-scale reticle specifically designed to enable fast and easy estimation of the range to, and size of, subjects such as boats, buoys, game animals, and landmarks.
This binoculars' optics are fully multi-coated to maximize light transmission through the light path, and its 7x magnification and 50mm objectives work together to produce an impressive 7.1mm exit pupil that, when combined with the generous field of view, present the user with an immersive observational experience defined by bright and clear high-contrast views and accurate color rendition from the pre-dawn hours to well past sunset. To help adapt to rapidly changing situations, Steiner outfitted the binoculars with their Sports-Auto-Focusing System, which allows the user to focus each eyepiece just one time and eliminates the need to refocus again regardless of how near or far the subject is—or if it is moving.
Complementing the optical performance are construction details that allow these binoculars to withstand the rigors of the outdoors. These details begin with a chassis that is made of a lightweight and impact-resistant Makrolon polycarbonate material that is wrapped in an oil, petroleum, and chemical-resistant NBR synthetic rubber armor that offers improved grip security, especially in cold and wet weather. Its optical tubes are nitrogen filled and O-ring sealed to be waterproof to a depth of 16 feet and resistant to internal fogging when moving through extreme temperature changes and environmental conditions.
In a blind, on the boat, at the range, during surveillance, or in critical tactical engagements, the M750r binoculars perform to professionally high standards in all weather and environmental conditions.
Moderate 7x magnification brings subjects in close for observation while ensuring a wide exit pupil for low-light use
Large 50mm objective lens diameter draws in copious amounts of light to boost its light-gathering ability in challenging conditions such as at dawn and dusk, or in dense fog
Traditional Porro prism optical path produces a rich depth of field to more easily discern the relative distances between objects in the field of view
Floating prism mounting system helps to absorb impacts to avoid damage and maintain optical path collimation
Anti-reflection fully multi-coated optics maximize light transmission, improve color rendition accuracy, enhance contrast, and improve clarity
Generous 392' field of view at 1000 yards
Uses hash marks and stadia lines with clear numbers every 10mm for estimating range to, and size of, subjects such as game animals, boats, buoys, and people
Modified crosshair style places horizontal axis lower in the field of view to give more room on the upper vertical axis
Not recommended for estimating ballistic drop compensation (BDC)