- Roof-prism binocular with 8x magnification and 21mm objective diameter
- Multicoated optics guarantee superior light transmission and brightness
- Center focus system makes it easy to sharpen your view
- Nonslip rubber armor absorbs shock; 21-foot close focusing distance
- 378-foot field of view at 1,000 yards; weighs 7 ounces; limited lifetime warranty
Product DescriptionBushnell PowerView binoculars offer the best of both worlds, combining contemporary styling and design with traditional Bushnell quality and durability. This particular PowerView binocular offers an 8x magnification and a 21mm objective diameter. The fully coated optics, meanwhile, guarantee superior light transmission and brightness, helping you see just about any target, whether you're searching for birds or trying to get a better view of the stage. And users will love the easy-to-use center focusing system, which adjusts quickly to keep your subject in sharp view. Additional features include a nonslip rubber armor housing that absorbs shock while providing a firm grip, a neck strap and a carrying case for easy transport, and 9mm of eye relief.
- Magnification: 8x
- Objective lens diameter: 21mm
- Size class: Compact
- Focus system: Center
- Prism system: Roof
- Prism glass: BK-7
- Lens coating: Fully
- Field of view @ 1,000 yards: 378 feet
- Close focus distance: 21 feet
- Exit pupil: 2.6mm
- Eye relief: 9mm
- Eyecups: Fold down
- Waterproof/fogproof: No
- Adapts to tripod: No
- Weight: 7 ounces
- Warranty: Limited lifetime
Objective Lens: The diameter of the objective or front lens. The larger the objective lens, the more light that enters the binocular, and the brighter the image.
Field of View (F.O.V.): The side-to-side measurement of the circular viewing field or subject area. It is defined by the width in feet or meters of the area visible at 1000 yards or meters. A wide angle binocular features a wide field of view and is better for following action. Generally, the higher the magnification, the narrower the field of view.
Roof Prism System: In roof prism binoculars the prisms overlap closely, allowing the objective lenses to line up directly with the eyepiece. The result is a slim, stream-lined shape in which the lenses and prisms are in a straight line.