The SVBONY SV202 Binocular is the latest offering in the SVBONY SV series of binoculars. These binos feature low dispersion ED glass for a bright and clear image. The large 42mm aperture objective provides for comfortable viewing.
The SVBONY SV202 Binocular offers a magnesium alloy mirror body which provides oxidation, cracking, and high and low temperature resistance for long service life and is coated with a thick rubber protective layer.
The large anti-slip focusing wheel facilitates one-hand focusing precision and fast, simple operation. The binos are IPX7 nitrogen filled providing a waterproof design suitable for harsh environments. The lenses feature FMC full broadband multilayer coating and BAK4 prisms.
The SVBONY SV202 Binocular specifications include:
– Objective Diameter: 42mm
– Magnification: 8X
– Prism Type: Roof
– Prism Glass Material : BAK4
– Armor material: Rubber
– Coating condition: Fully multi-coated
– Diameter Of The Eyepiece: 24mm
– Exit Pupil Distance(mm) : 17.5mm
– Exit pupil: 5.3mm
– Field of View: 7.5°
– Field of view (at 1000yds) : 394ft
– Field of view (at 1000M) : 131m
– Min. Focal length: 2m
– Diopter system: Right Eyepiece
– Diopter comp: ±3
– Resolution: ≤4.8″
– Inter pupillary distance: 56-73mm
– Focus System : Center
– Waterproof: IPX7 (1.5 meter / 3 Min)
– Eyecups Twist-up
– Tripod Adapter interface Yes
– Color: Black
– Net Weight: 720g
– Dimension: 15.6*14*6.5 mm
You can learn more about the SVBONY SV202 Binocular here.
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