Bresser Condor 10x25 binoculars

BresserSKU: 4007922055756

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Product Description

Bresser Condor 10x25 binoculars

The BRESSER Condor 8x25 & 10x25 are extremely lightweight binoculars which are perfect for hiking or spontaneous nature observation due to waterproofness and nitrogen filling. With the rotatable and lockable eyecups, the eye distance for the observation can be gradually adjusted with and without glasses. A diopter correction is standard. These models have BaK-4 prisms with the special UR coating which brings even more light to your eye. 

Precision, portability, and optimized visibility. Whether you are a seasoned explorer or a casual observer, the BRESSER Condor 8x25 & 10x25 binoculars offer superior lightweight design and waterproofness, making them an ideal choice for hiking and spontaneous nature observation. Featuring rotatable and lockable eyecups and standard diopter correction, these binoculars provide a custom fit for any user, with or without glasses. Thanks to BaK-4 prisms and the specialized UR coating, these binoculars amplify light, enhancing your viewing experience.

In addition, all Condor binoculars are fully multilayer coated for better light transmission. The eyepieces and focus wheel are made of sturdy metal.

Perfect hiking binoculars or take away for spontaneous observation
Prism and lens materials made of BK-4 glass material
Centre-wheel focusing
Individual eyepiece dioptre adjustment
Tripod Adapter thread
Robust, rubber-armoured binocular Body

Included in Box
Strap carrying

Field of application Hunt
Traveling & Sports
Bird watching & Nature observation
Product Family Condor
Type Compact binoculars
Optical design Roof
Magnification 10
LE Eyepieces
Mirror/Lens diam. 25 mm
Material prisms BaK-4
Type of coating Fully multi-coated
Ultimate Reflection Coating
Colour of coating green
Eyepieces for eyeglass wearers
Diopter setting
Field of view at 1000m 96 m
Field of view 5.5 degrees
Light intensity 6.25
Twilight factor 15.81
Near focus from 1.5 m
PREMIUM Warranty Yes
Level of protection IPX7
Bag/Pouch nylon carrying case with storage compartments.
Inert gas purged
Colour black
Body material Metal/plastic
Tripod adapter thread
Focusing system Central focus wheel
Turns of focus drive over entire focal range 1.25
Eyecups TwistUp eyecups
Interpupilar distance min. 59 mm
Interpupilar distance max. 74 mm
Eye relief 13.32 mm
Material Metal
Body armouring Rubber
Product series Condor
Total length 108 mm
Total width 120 mm
Total height 43 mm
Net weight (without access.) 352 g

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Understanding: Magnification

Understanding magnification, typically denoted by a number followed by an "x" (e.g., 8x42), is essential for choosing binoculars suited to specific activities like birdwatching, hunting, or stargazing.

Higher magnification offers a closer view but may sacrifice field of view and stability, while lower magnification provides a wider field of view and is generally easier to stabilize but sacrifices detailed observation of distant objects

Understanding: Field of View

Field of view refers to the width of the area visible through the binoculars at a specific distance. A wider field of view allows you to observe more of your surroundings, making it ideal for activities like birdwatching or sports events where tracking fast-moving subjects is essential.

Understanding: Objective Lens Diameter

The objective lens diameter determines how much light the binoculars can gather, directly impacting image brightness and clarity, especially in low-light conditions. A larger objective lens diameter results in brighter and clearer images, making it ideal for activities such as stargazing or wildlife observation at dawn or dusk. However, larger objective lenses also mean heavier and bulkier binoculars, which may not be suitable for all users, especially for long periods of use or travel.

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