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Porro prism. Magnification: 10x. Objective lens diameter (aperture): 50mm

Prisms of the binoculars adjust the image orientation projected by the objective
The higher the magnification of the binoculars is, the larger the object will be, but the narrower the field of view (FOV) and the darker the image
The larger the aperture is, the more light there will be that enters the optical tube and the image will be brighter, although a larger aperture will increase the size of the binoculars

Product ID 69344
Brand Bresser GmbH, Germany
Warranty 2
EAN 4007922201399
Package size (LxWxH) 20x21x8
Shipping Weight 1.04

Bresser National Geographic 10x50 are classic Porro prism binoculars with brilliant optical properties. High-performance 50mm lenses made of fully coated BK-7 glass and 10x magnification guarantee a decidedly high light transmission through the glass, thus increasing color fidelity and contrast and giving a stable and clear image even in twilight conditions. Diopter adjustment ranges from -5 to +5 diopters. The distance between the pupils is also adjustable. The sufficiently large body is made of plastic with rubber armoring. A standard tripod thread lets you use this device for stationary observations. These binoculars are perfect for any nature observations: hunting, fishing, and hiking.


  • Anti-reflective coating
  • Suitable for observations at dusk or cloudy weather
  • Adaptable to a tripod
  • Rubber armoring
  • Diopter addjustment

The kit includes:

  • Bresser National Geographic 10x50 Binoculars
  • Pouch
  • Carrying strap
  • Cleaning wipe
  • Protective caps
  • User manual
Product ID 69344
Brand Bresser GmbH, Germany
Warranty 2
EAN 4007922201399
Package size (LxWxH) 20x21x8
Shipping Weight 1.04
Prism type Porro
Magnification, x 10
Objective lens diameter (aperture), mm 50
Optics material BK-7
Lens coating fully coated
Exit pupil diameter, mm 5
Twilight factor 22.36
Relative brightness 25
Field of view, ° 5.5
Field of view, m/1000m 96
Close focus, m 8
Eyepiece diopter adjustment, diopters ±5
Interpupillary distance, mm 56 — 73
Focusing central
Eyecups rubber
Body rubberized
Operating temperature range,°C -10...+40
Adaptable to a tripod standard 1/4" thread
Size classic
Application military/field, hunting and fishing
Pouch in set
Mounting on a tripod
Pouch/case/bag in set pouch
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