Nikon 8-24x25 Aculon T11 Zoom Binoculars - Black

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NI-7334
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  • Nikon 8-24x25 Aculon T11 Zoom Binoculars - Black

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    • Regular price $149.95
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      NI-7334

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    Nikon 8-24x25 Aculon T11 Zoom Binoculars - Black

    Nikon 8-24x25 Aculon T11 Zoom Binoculars - Black


    Compact and versatile zoom binoculars with 8-24x magnification range, 25 mm objective lens and super-smooth zoom control. Nikon’?????????s multilayer-coated lenses offer clear, bright images and the turn-and-slide rubber eyecups make it easy to position your eye at the correct eyepoint. With a lightweight body and a firm, comfortable grip, they are ideal for taking in the sights while traveling or for watching sporting events.

    Nikon 8-24x25 Aculon T11 Zoom Binoculars Specifications...


    • Magnification: 8-24x
    • Objective Diameter: 25mm
    • Angular Field of View (Real): 4.6??? @ 8x
    • Angular Field of View (Apparent): 35.6??? @ 8x
    • Field of View @ 1,000 Yards: 240 ft. @ 8x
    • Exit Pupil: 3.1mm @ 8x
    • Relative Brightness: 9.6 @ 8x
    • Eye Relief: 13mm @ 8x
    • Close Focus: 13.1 ft.
    • Interpupillary Distance Adjustment: 56mm - 72mm
    • Dimensions: 4.8" x 4.3" x 1"
    • Weight: 12.3 oz.


    Nikon Product Number: 7334

    Additional Information

    Angular Field of View35.6 degrees @ 8x
    Aperture25 mm (0.98")
    Case IncludedNo
    Close Focus13.1 ft.
    Compass includedNo
    ConditionNew
    Exit Pupil3.1mm @ 8x
    Eye Relief13mm @ 8x
    Focusing SystemCenter Focus Kn
    Free ShippingYes
    Interpupillary Distance Range 72mm
    Linear FOV at 1000 Yards240 ft. @ 8x
    Magnification RangeZoom
    Magnification 24X Zoom
    ManufacturerNikon
    ModelNikon Aculon
    Optical CoatingsCoated
    Prism TypeRoof Prism
    Size4.8" x 4.3" x 1"
    Tripod AdaptableNo
    Tripod Adapter IncludedNo
    Warranty25 Year Limited Warranty
    WaterproofingNone

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