Nikon's StabilEyes binocular provides the kind of stabilization needed for such high magnification. In benign conditions with 7 or 8x binoculars, it is relatively easy to get a large, steady image up close and personal. But as magnification increases, this becomes a more difficult task. Eventually the smaller field of view and more pronounced shake of a large optic can render big binoculars a very frustrating affair.
But no more. The StabilEyes provides a whopping 5ï¿½ of stabilization in every direction, making them actually useful in such situations as tracking a moving subject while on a moving platform yourself. They're great for observing from airplanes, helicopters, boats, etc. And as a completely waterproofed unit, they can be used effectively anywhere.
|Objective Lens Diameter||40ï¿½mm|
|Angle of View||4.0 degree|
|Field-of-View||211' @ 1000 yd / 70.05 m @ 1000 m|
|Minimum Focus Distance||16.40' / 5 m|
|Exit Pupil Diameter||2.9ï¿½mm|
|Interpupillary Adjustment||60 - 70mm / 2.36 - 2.76"|
|Dimensions||7.32 x 3.39 x 5.83"ï¿½/ï¿½18.59 x 8.61 x 14.81cm|
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