National Geographic 6x21 Child Binocular

National GeographicSKU: 4007922001555

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National Geographic 6x21 Child Binocular

These 6X-magnification children's binoculars make a perfect exploration companion, thanks to their sturdy design and handy size.

Rugged and compact binoculars for children to take everywhere
6x magnification, objective lens diameter: 21 mm, roof prism optics
BK-7 glass, field of view: 116 m / 1,000 m
Binoculars Dimensions: 95 x 110 x 31 mm, Weight: only 184 g
Rubber coated body

Field of application
- Bird watching & Nature observation
- Travelling & Sports
- My first binoculars

Type: Standard Binoculars
Optical design: Roof
Magnification: 6
Mirror/Lens diam.: 21 mm
Material prism: BK-7
Colour of coating: Blue
Field of view at 1000m: 116 m
Bag/Pouch: Multifunctional nylon case
Focusing system: Central focus wheel
Eyecups: Rubber eyecups, foldable
Interpupillary distance min.: 52 mm
Interpupillary distance max.: 66 mm
Colour: Yellow
Body housing: Rubber
Ext. warranty after online registration*: 5 Years
Total length: 95 mm
Total width: 110 mm
Total height: 31 mm
Net weight (without access.): 184 g
Net Weight total (incl. accessories): 206 g

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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