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Bushnell Natureview 15-45x60 Spotting Scope

SPT-BN-78-1645
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Just as its name implies, the Natureview spotting scope lets you zoom in on wildlife in your backyard or on the trail. The streamlined design, smooth rubber armor, and light weight of the Natureview makes handling effortless. The Natureview optics are fully coated and the scope comes with a carrying case. Bushnell covers the Natureview with a limited lifetime warranty.

Optical Features
Multi-coated Lenses Increase light transmission with multiple anti-reflective coatings on at least one lens surface.
BaK-4 Prisms Optimize light transmission through the prisms.
Construction Features
Roof Prism Appreciated for a streamlined shape and enhanced durability.
Straight Body Design Is favored by users because it works well for viewing downward from elevated platforms, such as decks and patios.
Helical Focus Ring Allows for quick adjustments.
Magnification 15-45x
Objective Lens Diameter 60 mm
Body Style Straight
Field of View 150-38 feet/1000yards
Eye Relief 32 mm
Close Focus 30 feet
Weight 29 ounces
Length 14 inches
  • 15-45x eyepiece
  • 60mm straight spotting scope body
  • Eyepiece cap
  • Objective lens cap
  • Camera adapter (T-ring to match your 35mm camera sold separately)
  • Case

Total Reviews: 1

Average Rating:

Buy something better or get this and end up shipping it back - 12/10/2009

by Justin Valleau from TX

I've used a lot of refractor scopes over the years and several spotting scopes and many camera lenses, so I know what I want and what's not good. This is Not Good! Chromatic abberation, purple fringing. It's Terrible. Purple fringing on everything. Edges of buildings, trees, animals, birds, grass! Even in Low Contrast Shaded areas! I cannot believe just how bad this scope is. I thought Barska and NcStar were bad, but they look good compared to this!

The overall fit & finish was poor also. The 2 sections of the scope are loose and if you tighten them, the adjustment ring for focus will freeze up, so you have to deal with the rattle and overall feeling like it's going to fall apart. The front hood sticks and scratches the body when you extend it. Overall the scope is dark and hard to focus. If you change the magnification, you have to refocus. You can't use it past 30x or it becomes soft and has no definition.You can't use it in low light, because it doesn't gather evough light to even look good in bright sun. If you're thinking about using a camera with it, 15x is about f22 and 60x (if you could focus it) has got to be about f50 to f60. You can't take a photo with that!

If you have no choice but to buy a cheap scope, don't buy this one. Buy a Barska or NcStar and at least you have a porro prism, so you don't get near as much purple fringing.