Barska escape porro 10-30×60 zoom binoculars (inexperienced lens) (ab11050) , black

(3 customer reviews)

$59.99

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  • padlocks, lockout/tagout & security device
  • u . S . Of manufacture: china
  • manufacturer: barska
  • game type: hunting
  • blanketed additives: unit, coaching guide

Availability: 280 in stock

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ab11050

  • item: ab11052
  • eye alleviation: 14mm@10x
  • close focus (ft/m): forty two/13
  • go out pupil: 6-2mm
  • subject of view (feet@1000yds/m@1000m): 186/62@10x, 102/34@30x
  • diopter: right eye
  • product weight: 40. Eight ounces
  • consists of tender sporting case and neck strap
  • 10-30x60mm get away zoom binoculars ab11050

    the ten-30×60 escape zoom binocular from barska has multicoated bk-7 optics in a conventional porro prism layout. The slight goal length improves the capability to regularly hand-keep the binocular with out a distracting amount of motion or the need for a tripod. A huge tactile middle cognizance knob makes for immediate and particular focusing whilst the zoom lever lets in the consumer to effortlessly zoom in without taking their eyes off the subject.

  • 10-30x zoom magnification
  • 60mm goal lenses
  • bk-7 porro prisms
  • multi-coated optics
  • wide-attitude fov
  • middle focus knob
  • rubber armoring
  • features

    the binoculars comes with 10-30x zoom magnification, 60mm goal lenses, and absolutely multi-covered premium optics, bringing you brilliant and crystal clean views.

    the binoculars is protected with long lasting and shock-soaking up rubber armor. It’s miles suitable to carry in trips and adventures.

    the binoculars comes with wearing case, lens fabric, and neckstrap, making it clean for storage and wearing.

    product description

    the 10-30×60 break out zoom binoculars from barska are designed for lengthy-distance terrestrial and astronomical viewing. The powerful variable magnification range lets in the viewer to scan a big subject of view and then zoom in on the chosen object to make targeted observations. Even on the midrange magnifications, the massive goals and first rate go out pupil help to mitigate the advent of the disorientating hand-shake this is commonplace while using heavier, excessive-magnification binoculars. An ergonomically-placed zoom lever allows users to make rapid magnification adjustments, whilst viewing thru the eyepieces with a easy movement in their right finger. The massive outsized goals and multi-coated optics attract copious quantities of light to push the low-light talents of the optic beyond sunrise and dusk, while a massive exit pupil at low magnification guarantees whole coverage of the user’s pupil when it gets fully dilated as light fades. Fold-down eyecups allow comfortable viewing with or without eyewear, and rubber armoring offer a slip-resistant grip. For lengthy length glassing sessions or while keeping the binoculars consistent at excessive magnifications, they may be tripod established the usage of an optionally available adapter.

    3 reviews for Barska escape porro 10-30×60 zoom binoculars (inexperienced lens) (ab11050) , black

    1. Ian

      First off, I’ll admit that I should have done better research before I purchased these binocs. I was hoping that with a 60mm objective lense that I’d have a nice bright wide field of view at 10x zoom and then it’d contract down proportionally when zooming to 30x. Instead you only get a full wide field of view at 30x (fills the view you see, but is fuzzy around the edges) and when you zoom back to 10x the view contracts so it appears you’re looking down a long black tube at a small picture at the end. It feels really cheap especially when you’re holding these huge binocs in your hand and it looks like you’re looking through toy binocs. Just to give an idea of the problem Specs for these binocs 10x angle of view 3.4 degrees, field of view @ 1000yds is 195′ 30x angle of view 1.8 degrees, field of view @ 1000yds is 65′ Compared this to 2 or 3 different basic pairs of 10×50 binocs. Alpen 10×52 field if view @ 1000yds – 367 ft Simmons 10×50 F.O.V @ 1000yds – 295 ft Meade 10×50 F.O.V @ 1000yds – 342 ft Looking at the specs of another brand of 10-30×60 zoom binocs which appear that they could very well be the exact same model internally, they at least have a warning: “NOTE: Fixed-power binoculars offer almost a 50% wider view than zoom binoculars set to the same magnification, therefore we do not recommend zoom binoculars for those primarily interested viewing the night sky (the narrow field of view is an inherent limitation in all zoom optics).” Live and learn I guess. If you want a wide field of view stay away from zoom binocs. If you want good zoom binocs, spend more money. Read more

    2. Una Nelson-White

      Besides all the problems mentioned in other reviews, they claim to include a soft case. This case they include is a one size fits all, which are not big enough for the 9 5/8 inch high glasses. I called the company to complain and they said they fit very snuggly. I spent 20 minutes trying to close the velcro and had no luck. I finally tried putting them in upside down. It can be closed that way by pulling the velcro through the gap between the lenses. Looks shottie and what idot is going to carry their binoculars upside down. Buyer beware. A case that fits starts at $25 and goes up from there, so these binoculars are not a good deal when you have to buy a case seperate. Read more

    3. R. Smith

      I found these to work nicely in the field, I use these for hunting and scouting. The 10X is fine, very clear for regular viewing. I find I use it on 20X most of the time and only zoom to 30X when I want to see a more defined area. The only problem I’ve encountered is that at 30X I have to adjust the focus some for a clear view (a little fuzzy to me). I can’t seem to use them with my eye-glasses very well, may well be my eyesight not the fault of the binoculars. They are hard to hold steady at 30X but that is to be expected. I have not used them for star glazing nor do I expect to. Overall I found them to be comfortable and the rubber coating helps protect it from my rough handling. I would like to see a better strap, the one supplied is very cheap and the lens caps are also very cheap. If I had a chance to order another pair I would get the 12x60X70 that were $79.99. Read more

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