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Opticron Oregon 4 LE WP 8x32 Binocular

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Geared for the beginner or casual user, the economical Opticron Oregon 4 LE WP provides desirable optical features: BAK-4 prisms, fully multi-coated optics, long eye relief, a field of view of 423 feet/1000 yards, and a 6 foot close focus. Waterproofing and fogproofing protect the Oregon 4 LE WP in difficult weather situations, and rubber armoring allows for a secure grip.

Optical Features
Fully Multi-coated Lenses Increase light transmission with multiple anti-reflective coatings on all air-to-glass surfaces.
Phase Correction Enhances resolution and contrast through roof prisms.
BaK-4 Prisms Optimize light transmission.
Construction Features
Roof Prisms Appreciated for a streamlined shape and durability.
Polycarbonate Body Is lightweight.
Rubber Armoring Provides a secure, non-slip grip.
Adjustable Eyecups Twist up and down for comfortable viewing with or without eyeglasses.
Center Focus Wheel Adjusts both binocular barrels at the same time.
Right Eye Diopter Adjusts for differences in a user's eyes. Located by the right eyepiece.
Tripod Adaptable Can be mounted using standard ¼-inch threading. Adapter sold separately.
Design Features
Waterproof Optics are sealed with O-rings to prevent moisture, dust, and debris from getting inside the binocular.
Fogproof Barrels are filled with nitrogen gas to inhibit internal fogging.
Magnification 8x
Objective Lens Diameter 32 mm
Field of View 423 feet/1000 yards
Eye Relief 15 mm
Close Focus 5.9 feet
Weight 17.5 ounces
Dimensions (H x W) 4.3 x 4.6 inches
Weatherproofing Waterproof/Fogproof

Total Reviews: 1

Average Rating:

Great gift - 04/08/2014

by happy customer from US

Bought these, and two bird watching books, to give to my 9 year old grandson for his birthday. Earlier in the year he had become fascinated with birds during a visit to the Denver Zoo. He loved them and was very excited that they were not a toy but "real." Just the right size for him and easy to use. The only problem was getting him and his cousin to stop spying on the neighbors.