Orion GiantView ED Binoculars

Orion GiantView ED Binoculars: Serious amateur astronomers looking for the best and brightest wide-field binocular images of the night sky will appreciate Orion Telescopes & Binoculars’ ED GiantView binos.

These Orion iantView ED Binoculars combine a large 80-mm aperture with extra-low dispersion (ED) glass lenses for bright, exceptionally clear, true-color views of the night sky. And they are equally appropriate for long-distance daytime viewing. The premium lenses are fitted to a waterproof body, with BAK-4 prisms, robust mechanical construction and a solid pier tripod-mounting system.

You’ll appreciate the combination of large aperture and ED lenses the first time you scan the Milky Way – viewing pinpoint stars with exceptional contrast against a dark background. Fully multi-coated surfaces provide the brightest possible images, and with 21 mm of eye relief for the 16x80s and 18 mm for the 20x80s, even eyeglass wearers can view the entire field of view.

The 16×80 version ($349.99US) boasts a 4.0-degree field of view for scanning the skies, or watching distant wildlife, while the 20x80s ($399.99US) produce a 3.2-degree field.

The sturdy aluminum-alloy binocular body with a second hinge between the objective lenses provides a solid, well collimated mechanical system. Glare-threaded and blackened interiors provide even more contrast with less light scatter. The built-in tripod mounting bar attaches securely to a standard photographic tripod, and each binocular comes with lens caps, neck strap and a soft carry bag.

Orion’s 16×80 GiantView ED Waterproof Astronomy binoculars are priced at $349.99US, while the 20×80 version is $399.99US.

And to make it easier for you to get the most extensive telescope and amateur astronomy related news, articles and reviews that are only available in the magazine pages of Astronomy Technology Today, we are offering a 1 year subscription for only $6! Or, for an even better deal, we are offering 2 years for only $9. Click here to get these deals which only will be available for a very limited time. You can also check out a free sample issue here.

Comments are closed.