Nikon 14x40 Stabileyes Binoculars

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Nikon 14x40 Stabileyes Binoculars:

Weight: 45.8 oz.
Size: Full Size Binoculars
Eye Relief: 13
Waterproof: Yes
Features: Image Stabilised , Waterproof
Magnification: 14 x 40
Brand: Nikon
Dimensions (in): 7.3L x 5.8W
Series: Binoculars Series
Objective Lens Diameter: 40 mm
Field of View @ 1000 Yards: 209 ft.
Angular Field of View: 4 Degrees
Exit Pupil: 2.9 mm
Focus Type: Centre
Close Focusing Distance: 16.4 ft.
Relative Brightness: 8.4
Binoculars Series: Image Stabilised Binoculars
Prism Type: Porro Prism Binoculars
Attribute Value
Prism type:Porro
Magnification (x):14
Objective lens diameter (mm):40
Eye Relief (mm):13
Exit Pupil (mm):2.9
Field of view, apparent (degrees):52.1
Field of view, real (degrees):4
Field of view at 1000m (m):70
Minimum focus distance (m):5.0
Relative brightness:8.4
Twilight number:0
Inter-pupillary distance (mm):60-70
Diopter adjustment:+/- 2 dpt
Fogproof:Nitrogen Filled
Optical coating:Multi-Coated
Size (mm):186 x 148 x 88
Weight (g):1340

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