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Bring REAL to Life
Imagine feeling the natural power of life.
The sharp, clear image fills your entire field of view with nature's vibrant colours.
Revel in the sensation of truly being there, thanks to Nikon’s technology.
This is excitement you’ve never before experienced;
the pure joy of discovering nature at its most real.
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Why
Exacting precision across a full spectrum of optical technologies
Widely acknowledged as the global leader in precision optics, Nikon's roots go back to
the development of our first binoculars in 1917. Since then, Nikon has continued to build
on the know-how of generations of optical and precision technology experts with an
enduring passion for quality and innovation. Day in and day out, our products are tested
in the world's most demanding environments. Using Nikon cameras and NIKKOR lenses,
photographers around the globe capture moments that no one could otherwise envision.
Meanwhile at Nikon, our engineers actually use our own optics to create the world's
most precise instrumentation. For us, delivering a peerless vision is second nature,
strengthened over the decades through constant application. At Nikon Sport Optics,
our mission is not just to meet your demands, but to exceed your expectations.
Our commitment to deliver proven, superior products
Nikon has come up with a simple rule for designing and developing our sport optics products:
apply the best materials, the strictest quality controls, the most environment-sustaining
engineering and superior lens coating technologies to achieve the very finest optics.
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Nikon?
The benefits of this pledge have never been clearer. Maximum light transmission, superior
resolution and better-defined contrast are balanced to perfection, free of aberration, in
every stunning view. Because at the heart of each optical system is an invincible integrity
that makes it what it is – a Nikon.
Large, diverse lineup to meet your every viewing need
Viewing distant subjects up-close with sport optics can be exhilarating. The optimum
experience remains a subjective one, however, with countless variables. That's why Nikon
offers the most extensive line of binoculars and scopes on the market. Whether your aim
is serious birdwatching, stargazing, professional sea navigation, mountaineering, nature
watching, travel, the theatre, or just weekend fun, there's a Nikon Sport Optics model
designed to meet your needs. And our ongoing collaboration with other Nikon technologies
further adds to your viewing excitement, letting you capture those precious moments with
the Nikon Digiscoping System, for example, or measure distances with speed and ease
using one of our laser rangefinders. Read on and discover the tools that can help you live
life larger.
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Binocular
Objective lens diameter
The objective lens diameter, combined with the quality of the lens and prism coatings,
determines the amount of light gathered to form an image. If you are regularly observing
in poor light conditions, such as early dawn or dusk, or in forested areas, you may need a
larger objective lens. Keep in mind that large diameter lenses will make your binoculars
heavier. The general limit for handheld use is 50mm.
Performance factors
Nikon offers an extensive lineup of binoculars – including several of the
world´s most popular series – for a diverse range of applications. Each
model features various technical specifications that can help you in
making the right selection. Magnification is usually considered most
important, but field of view, brightness, ease of handling (weight, feel,
ergonomics), suitability for eyeglass wearers and overall construction
should also be taken into account.
Exit pupil
The exit pupil is the image formed by the eyepiece lenses. The diameter of the exit pupil
(in mm) is the effective aperture divided by the magnification. The diameter of the human
eye pupil varies from 2-3mm in daylight to 7mm in the dark. An exit pupil of 7mm gives
maximum light to the dilated eye and is ideal for use in the twilight and at night.
Magnification
Magnification, represented by a numerical value, is the relationship between a subject´s
actual proportions and its magnified size. With 7x magnification, for example, a subject
700 metres distant appears as it would when viewed from 100 metres with the naked
eye. As a rule, magnifications of 6x to 10x are recommended for handheld outdoor use.
With magnifications of 12x or greater, even the smallest hand movement can create an
unstable image and uncomfortable viewing.
Diameter of exit pupil
10mm pupil diameter of the binoculars and
7mm pupil diameter of a human eye
7mm
10mm
Field of view
All binoculars use number codes to designate various specifications. In “8x40 8.8°”, for
example, “8.8°” represents the real field of view, which is the angle of the viewing field
measured from the central point of the objective lens. The apparent field of view, on the
other hand, conveys how wide that field of view appears to the naked eye. The real field
of view at 1,000 metres listed in the specifications is the width of the visible area at a
distance of 1,000 metres.
Brightness
The relative brightness value is obtained by squaring the diameter of the exit pupil. The
greater the relative brightness, the brighter the image will be. However, this value does
not correspond exactly to increases in brightness viewed with the naked eye because
light coming through the binoculars is 100% effective only if the exit pupil is the same
diameter as the pupil of the eye.
1,000m
In daylight
In darkness
Exit pupil diameter: 2.9mm
Pupil diameter of human eye: 2 to 3mm
Exit pupil diameter: 2.9mm
Pupil diameter of human eye: 7mm
125m
154m
Apparent field of view
Real field of view
8x binoculars
* Apparent field of view is calculated based on the ISO 14132-1:2002 standard.
For details, see p 54.
Exit pupil diameter: 7.1mm
Pupil diameter of human eye: 7mm
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basics
How to read the numerical information code for
binoculars
The following icons indicate the purpose for which each
series is best suited:
All Nikon binoculars are designated with a numerical formula, such as “10x25 5.4°”.
The value “10x” indicates the magnification of the binoculars. If a person uses 10x
binoculars to observe a wild bird from a distance of 100 metres, for example, it will
appear to the observer as if he or she were viewing the bird from a distance of 10
metres (100 divided by 10 equals 10) with the naked eye.
The next number, “25”, tells you that the effective diameter of the objective lens is
25mm. The greater the diameter of the objective lens, the brighter your image will
be with the same illumination (Nikon´s superior lens coatings also play a vital role in
improving lens brightness). If the objective lens is too large, however, the binoculars
will be heavy and may cause trembling of the hands.
Finally, the number “5.4°” represents the real field of view of the binoculars. This is
the angle of the visible field, as measured from the centre of the objective lenses.
The bigger the value, the easier it is to locate an object.
Understanding the meaning of these numbers should provide you with greater
freedom in selecting and using binoculars.
Outdoors, camping, hiking
Rugged outdoor activities demand portability and durability. Models that also feature
rubber armouring and waterproofing are ideal when you're up against the elements. For
early morning and evening use, binoculars with a large objective diameter and Nikon's
multicoated lenses are recommended.
Birdwatching, nature watching
Binoculars with a wide field of view and 7x to 10x magnification are suited for general
nature viewing. Observing whales or birds at a greater distance is more comfortable
with 8x to 12x magnification models. For even closer views, Fieldscopes are
recommended.
Marine sports, fishing
Waterproofing and durability are essential for these activities. Enhanced brightness and
a wide field of view are desirable too. Models that feature vibration reduction are
favoured for on-board use.
Spectator sports
Binoculars that feature a wide field of view and 7x to 10x magnification are handy for
fast-moving sports. Zoom-type binoculars are are also convenient, as they enable quick
and easy changes in magnification to suit the viewing situation.
Travelling
Compact, lightweight models with mid-range magnification and field of view are ideal
for travelling.
Check the letters in the name of any Nikon binoculars –
they convey helpful information about each model.
Theatre
Compact models with magnification of 4x to 8x are recommended for theatre and
concert use. To focus on a particular performer, 7x to 10x models are more appropriate.
Individual focusing
Magnification (10x)
Stargazing
Waterproof
Astronomical observation requires a bright optical system with a large objective
diameter and exit pupil. Waterproof and aberration-corrected binoculars are preferred.
10x50IF HP WP
Objective diameter (mm) High eyepoint
Museum
D: Roof (Dach) prism
WP: Waterproof
CF: Central focusing
IF: Individual focusing
HP: High eyepoint
For museums, choose compact, lightweight models with low magnification and a close
focusing distance of less than 2m.
For eyeglass wearers
A long eye relief (high eye point) design is recommended so that eyeglass wearers can
also enjoy a full, clear field of view.
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Table of contents
Binoculars
High Grade
pp 9 - 27
Laser Rangefinders
MONARCH
pp 10 - 11
pp 37 - 38
pp
ACULON
12 - 13
pp
ACULON
40 - 41
pp 14 - 15
p 41
pp 16 - 19
Laser 1000A S/Laser 1200S
p 42
pp 20 - 21
Forestry Pro
p 43
Elegant Compact
p 22
Compact
p 23
Exceptional Optics for Specialised Needs
Marine
p 25
The Standard for Advanced Nature Observation
p 26
Fieldscopes
pp 44 - 47
pp 24 - 25
Standard
StabilEyes
pp 36 - 43
Binocular Telescope
p 45
Loupes
p 46
Fieldmicroscopes
p 47
p 27
pp 29 - 35
pp 30 - 31
pp 32 - 33
Technical Data
ED50/ED50 A
Nikon Digiscoping System
p 33
pp 34 - 35
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pp 48 - 59
Binoculars
Up-close and real
Nikon binoculars have established a benchmark for extraordinary value in Sport Optics.
Building on Nikon´s eminence as the global leader in precision optics, we provide binoculars for diverse applications,
making it easy to select fine, brilliant optics that are ideal for your own particular needs.
Experience the extraordinary
The EDG brand was born of Nikon’s commitment to provide a
premium lineup of the finest instruments in the field of sport
optics. In combination with Nikon’s many leading-edge technologies, both optical and mechanical, these exceptional
products are able to deliver a spectacular field of view, and
performance that goes beyond the nature and outdoor
enthusiast’s wildest dreams.
EDG 8x32/10x32
EDG 7x42/8x42/10x42
EDG 10x42
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Binoculars
• Nikon’s legendary ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass lenses
Nikon’s legendary ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass lenses effectively compensate for
chromatic aberrations to provide images of superior contrast and outstanding
resolution.
• Field-flattener lens system
Nikon’s field-flattener lens system technology minimises curvature of field –
aberrations that occur when focusing on the centre of the field of view causing the
periphery to go out of focus and vice versa – and delivers sharper, clearer images all
the way to the lens periphery.
• Dielectric high-reflective multilayer prism coating
Dielectric high-reflective multilayer coating is applied to a roof prism unit that does
not feature total internal reflection. This boosts light reflectivity to more than 99%
(designed value) for the full visible range, giving you clearer whites and a sharper,
brighter, more natural vision across the entire field of view.
100
Roof prism unit
Dielectric high-reflective multilayer-coated mirror 95
80
100
95
90
85
Phase correction coating
• Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups facilitate easy positioning of eyes
at the correct eyepoint
For non-eyeglass wearers, use the eyecups in the extended position. For eyeglass
wearers, use them fully retracted. Eyecups can be adjusted to one of four positions
to best meet individual needs.
• Long eye relief design for a clear field of view, even for eyeglass
wearers
• Horn-shaped detachable eyecups
• Comfortable, ergonomically designed strap
75 80
70 75
65 70
60 65
400 60 450
Optical path
Larger focus knob for easy operation.
Pull out to adjust dioptre (left), push in
to focus (right).
Ergonomically designed horn-shaped eyecups block
peripheral light to give you a clearer field of view.
Reflectance characteristics of prism
coatings on mirror surface
Reflectance (%)
90
85
• Dual focus knob with dioptre
adjustment
400
Designed for comfort, even during long days of use.
The strap length is easily adjusted without having to
remove it from your neck.
500
450
500
550
550
600
600
650
650
• Short bridge style for easy grip
700
700
• Durable design
Wavelength (nm)
Dielectric high-reflective multilayer prism coating
Enhanced aluminium prism coating
Aluminium prism coating
Sturdy, lightweight die-cast magnesium alloy body.
• Waterproof (up to 5m/16.4 ft. for 10 minutes)
(For reference example only)
Waterproof/fogproof construction features a nitrogen-filled body with O-ring seals.
• Phase correction coating
Phase shift of light is caused by phase differences arising from total light reflection
on a roof (Dach) surface. Phase-correction coating is applied to the surface to
minimise loss of resolution, ensuring high-contrast images.
• Brighter images, even at twilight
Advanced multilayer coating is applied to all lenses and prisms to increase light
transmission and to reduce flare and ghosting for super-bright, razor-sharp images,
even at dawn and dusk.
• Eco-glass optics, environmentally safe materials
All lenses and prisms are free of lead and arsenic.
EDG 8x32
EDG 8x42
* For specifications, see p 48.
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A royal invitation to the
magnificence of nature
Decades of design experience and expertise have made Nikon a
leading force in nature watching and enjoyment. Advanced
technology, evidenced by an amazingly bright and sharp field of
view, gives lovers of the outdoors the chance to observe nature
in all its spectacular glory and treasure each vivid and captivating
moment. This unique heritage has led to the widely acclaimed
reliable performance of MONARCH binoculars.
MONARCH 7 8x30
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Binoculars
8x42/10x42/12x42/8x56/16x56/20x56
8x30/10x30/8x42/10x42
Exquisite optical performance in a compact body
delivering a wide field of view
Exceptional image quality realised with ED glass and
dielectric high-reflective multilayer prism coating
• Sophisticatedly compact, exterior design
• Extra-low dispersion (ED) glass for chromatic aberration
compensation and clearer viewing
• Wide apparent field of view
• Dielectric high-reflective multilayer prism coating ensures superior
transmittance uniformity across the visible range resulting in brighter
images and more natural colours
• All lenses and prisms are multilayer-coated for bright images
• Scratch-resistant coating is applied to the outside surfaces of
objective and eyepiece lenses (8x42, 10x42 only)
• Phase-correction-coated roof prisms for high resolution
• Long eye relief design ensures a clear field of view, even for eyeglass
wearers
• Eco-glass optics that are free of lead and arsenic are used for all
lenses and prisms
• Waterproof (up to 1m/3.3 ft. for 10 minutes) and fog-free with O-ring
seals and nitrogen gas
• Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups with with multi-click positions
facilitate easy positioning of eyes at the correct eyepoint
• Rubber armouring for shock resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
• Lightweight body uses fibreglass-reinforced polycarbonate resin
• Soft-to-the-touch neck strap
• Flip-down objective lens cap
• Extra-low dispersion (ED) glass for chromatic aberration
compensation and clearer viewing
• Dielectric high-reflective multilayer prism coating ensures superior
transmittance uniformity across the visible range resulting in brighter
images and more natural colours
• All lenses and prisms are multilayer-coated for bright images
• Phase-correction-coated roof prisms for high resolution
• Long eye relief design ensures a clear field of view, even for eyeglass
wearers
• Eco-glass optics that are free of lead and arsenic are used for all
lenses and prisms
• Waterproof (up to 1m/3.3 ft. for 10 minutes) and fog-free with
nitrogen gas
• Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups with with multi-click positions
facilitate easy positioning of eyes at the correct eyepoint
• Rubber armouring for shock resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
• Lightweight body uses fibreglass-reinforced polycarbonate resin
• Soft-to-the-touch neck strap
• Flip-down objective lens cap
• Tripod adaptor is a supplied accessory for 16x56 and 20x56 models
MONARCH 7 10x30
MONARCH 7 8x42
MONARCH 5 10x42
MONARCH 5 16x56
* For specifications, see pp 48-49.
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The world on your terms
Discovery is a way of life for you. You prefer to enter and
explore new worlds with optical equipment sporting the
latest breakthroughs in both value and performance. This
approach enables you to better appreciate what you discover.
Welcome to the wonderful world of PROSTAFF. Expect solid,
honest-to-goodness performance you can rely on.
PROSTAFF 7S 8x30
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Binoculars
8x30/10x30/8x42/10x42
8x42/10x42/10x50/12x50
Achieving high-quality performance in a stylish body
Sleekly designed, performance-packed model
• All lenses and prisms are multilayer-coated for bright images
• Phase-correction-coated roof prisms for high resolution
• High-reflection mirror-coated prisms for bright images
• Long eye relief design ensures a clear field of view, even for eyeglass wearers
• Turn-and-slide, multi-click rubber eyecups facilitate easy positioning of eyes at the correct eyepoint
• Waterproof (up to 1m/3.3 ft. for 10 minutes) and fog-free with nitrogen gas
• Rubber armouring for shock resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
• Lightweight body uses fibreglass-reinforced polycarbonate resin
• Eco-glass optics that are free of lead and arsenic are used for all lenses and prisms
• Multilayer-coated lenses for bright images
• Long eye relief design ensures a clear field of view, even for eyeglass wearers
• Turn-and-slide, multi-click rubber eyecups facilitate easy positioning of eyes at the correct eyepoint
• Waterproof (up to 1m/3.3 ft. for 10 minutes) and fog-free with nitrogen gas
• Rubber armouring for shock resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
• Lightweight body uses fibreglass-reinforced polycarbonate resin
• Eco-glass optics that are free of lead and arsenic are used for all lenses and prisms
PROSTAFF 7S 10x42
PROSTAFF 5 8x42
PROSTAFF 5 10x50
PROSTAFF 7S 8x30
* For specifications, see pp 49-50.
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Taking it all in, in your own unique style
For you, just as important as observing the world is looking at it in
your own way. That means through binoculars designed for the way
you live. You know there is a wonderful world out there full of colours
and you want to witness it in the style you are accustomed to.
ACULON binoculars are the perfect fit for you – with a sporty design
in a variety of styles and colours that suit your mood and the occasion.
If you prefer sport optics that complement your personality, ACULON
is the way to go.
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Binoculars
ACULON T01 8x21 <Orange>
ACULON T01 8x21 <Blue>
ACULON T01
8x21/10x21
ACULON T01 8x21 <White>
ACULON T01 10x21 <Red>
ACULON T01 10x21 <Black>
Expand your world with this stylish compact
• Compact and lightweight for portability – weighing a mere 195g
• Multilayer-coated lenses for bright images
• Larger focusing ring for smooth operation
• Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups facilitate easy positioning of eyes at
the correct eyepoint
• Single-hinged, slim and stylish design
• Available in five body colours: 8x21 in orange, blue and white/10x21
in black and red
* For specifications, see pp 50-51.
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ACULON T51
8x24/10x24
Sophisticated elegance for wherever you go
• Slim, compact and lightweight body
• Elegant, sophisticated exterior design with metallic, smooth-tothe-touch finish
• Multilayer-coated lenses for bright images
• Close focusing distance: 2.5m
• Eco-glass optics are free of lead and arsenic
• Four alluring colour variations: 8x24 in black, silver, pink and red/
10x24 in black and silver
ACULON T51 8x24 <Pink>
ACULON T51 8x24 <Red>
ACULON T51 10x24 <Black>
ACULON T51 10x24 <Silver>
ACULON T11
8-24x25
Sleek and compact binoculars with 3x zoom capability in four colours
• Compact and lightweight
• All lenses and prisms are multilayer-coated for bright images
• Unique zoom lever designed for extra-smooth 8-24x zooming
• Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups facilitate easy positioning of eyes
at the correct eyepoint
• Designed for comfortable fit and easy handling
• Available in four body colours (black/red/blue/white)
ACULON T11 8-24x25 <Black>
ACULON T11 8-24x25 <Blue>
ACULON T11 8-24x25 <Red>
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ACULON T11 8-24x25 <White>
Binoculars
ACULON A211
7x35/8x42/10x42/7x50/10x50/12x50/16x50/8-18x42/10-22x50
ACULON A211 10-22x50
Durability and a large objective lens for the great outdoors
• Aspherical eyepiece lens eliminates image distortion even at the lens periphery
(except zoom models)
• Multilayer-coated lenses for bright images
• Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups facilitate easy positioning of eyes at the correct
eyepoint (except zoom models)
• Rubber armour for shock-resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
• Smooth zooming with fingertip zoom control (zoom models only)
• Can be fixed to a tripod using optional tripod adaptor (see p 54)
(Tripod adaptor TRA-2 is a supplied accessory
for the ACULON A211 16x50 and 10-22x50)
ACULON A211 8x42
ACULON A30
8x25/10x25
Strong performance in a compact body for added user confidence
• Compact and lightweight
• Multilayer-coated lenses for bright images
• Long eye relief design ensures a clear field of view, even for eyeglass wearers (8x25)
• Firm, comfortable, rubber-coated grip
• Fold-up design; easy to carry around
• Eco-glass optics that are free of lead and arsenic are used for all lenses and prisms
• Available in two body colours: black and silver
ACULON A30 8x25 <Black>
ACULON A30 10x25 <Silver>
* For specifications, see pp 50-51.
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High Grade
When only superior performance will do
Among Nikon´s broad lineup of widely acclaimed binoculars, the six HG L
series models are designed for exceptional performance and comfort.
Exacting lens and prism construction ensures sharper, brighter images to
intensify your viewing experience. Other aspects, such as the finely tuned
mechanics and optical design, work together to reveal subtle details you´d
have otherwise missed.
For bright, high-contrast images
• Nikon’s original multilayer coating
Minimises flare and ghosts to offer very high transmission across a wide range of
wavelengths. The result: excellent contrast and colour reproduction.
• Phase correction coating
Corrects phase shifts caused when light reflects off the roof (Dach) prism.
Provides a high-contrast image by eliminating the reduction of resolution.
• High-reflection silver coating
Offers much greater reflectivity and much less light loss from the prism compared
to ordinary aluminium coating. The result: brighter images.
For sharp, undistorted images
• Field-flattener lens
Used by the eyepiece lens to ensure images are sharp and clear all the way to the
lens periphery.
• Distortion correction
Nikon’s outstanding optical design provides high-level distortion correction
enabling sharp, undistorted images even at the viewing area periphery.
Easy to use
• Long eye relief design
Sophisticated design technology achieves a combination of long eye relief and
small size.
• Soft-touch silicon rubber eyecup
• Turn-and-slide, multi-click* rubber eyecaps facilitate
easy positioning of eyes at correct eyepoint
• Large focusing ring makes for easier operation
• Every model is waterproof up to 2m/6.6 ft. (3m/9.8 ft.
for 8x20HG L DCF/10x25HG L DCF) for 5 minutes and
fog-free, with O-ring seals and nitrogen gas
• Made with environment-friendly materials:
Non-PVC (polyvinyl chloride) materials are used for the
body, eyepiece lens cap, objective lens caps, case and
wide strap; Eco-glass optics free of lead and arsenic
are used for all lenses and prisms
• Can be fixed to a tripod using optional tripod adaptor*
(see p 54)
Light transmission rates
Generally speaking, the higher the light transmission rate
of a lens, the brighter and clearer your image will be,
with less blur and ghosts. All of Nikon's high-grade
binocular models have a high light transmission rate
thanks to our multilayer-coated lenses and prisms.
%T
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
*Except 8x20HG L DCF/10x25HG L DCF.
10
420
20
500
600
700 nm
A Nikon conventional product
Source: Nikon (actual value)
Binoculars
8x42HG L DCF/10x42HG L DCF
Supreme optical performance
• Lightweight: 795g (8x) and 790g (10x)
• Sturdy, lightweight die-cast magnesium alloy body
• Close focusing distance: 3m
• Dioptre adjustment ring locking system prevents unintentional
rotation
• Excellent performance at temperatures as low as –20°C
• Rubber armouring for shock resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
• Ergonomic design for greater ease of holding
• Eyepiece lens caps are connected for easy use
8x42HG L DCF
8x32HG L DCF/10x32HG L DCF
Advanced optical performance in a smaller size
• Finely balanced compensation of aberrations
• Close focusing distance: 2.5m
• Dioptre adjustment ring locking system prevents unintentional rotation
• Excellent performance at temperatures as low as –20°C
• Rubber armouring for shock resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
• Ergonomic design for greater ease of holding
• Eyepiece lens caps are connected for easy use
8x32HG L DCF
8x20HG L DCF/10x25HG L DCF
8x20HG L DCF
10x25HG L DCF
Exceptional, compact performance
• Sturdy, lightweight die-cast magnesium alloy body
• Foldable design is convenient for carrying
• Close focusing distance: 2.4m (8x) and 3.2m (10x)
• Dioptre adjustment ring is located in the centre of the body, which
improves operability
• Excellent performance at temperatures as low as –30°C
* For specifications, see pp 51-52.
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Elegant Compact
4x10DCF
Up-close at concerts, the theatre and
museums
Effortless performance in a sleek design
• Ultra-compact and lightweight (only 65g)
• Close focusing distance: 1.2m
• All lenses and prisms are multilayer-coated for
bright images
• Easy operation (dioptre adjustment not required)
• Stylish design
• Available in three colours: black, silver and red
Their compact size and stylish, sophisticated design mean that these
models will perfectly complement those formal occasions when you
need to look your best, whether at the theatre or concert performances.
The short close-focusing distance makes these binoculars a natural for
use in museums too.
4x10DCF <Black>
4x10DCF <Red>
6x15M CF/7x15M CF Black
Timeless performance and design
•
•
•
•
Stylish metal body
Ultra-compact and lightweight
Close focusing distance: 2m
Multilayer-coated lenses for bright images
6x15M CF
5x15 HG Monocular/7x15 HG Monocular
Perfect for viewing masterpieces in sharp detail
4x10DCF <Silver>
•
•
•
•
Prism features high-reflection silver coating for brighter images
Phase-correction-coated prisms for high resolution
Multilayer-coated lenses for bright images
Long eye relief design ensures a clear field of view, even for
eyeglass wearers (5x)
• Close focusing distance: 0.6m (5x) and 0.8m (7x)
7x15 HG Monocular
* For specifications, see p 52.
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Binoculars
Compact
Sportstar EX
8x25DCF/10x25DCF
Power to pull in the details, small enough for your pocket
Strong performance in sleek designs
• Waterproof and fog-free with nitrogen gas
• Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups facilitate easy positioning
of eyes at the correct eyepoint
• Close focusing distance: 2.5m (8x) and 3.5m (10x)
• Multilayer-coated lenses for bright images
• Compact and lightweight
• Fold-up design; easy to carry around
• Available in two body colours (silver/charcoal grey)
When you´re on the go, convenience is everything. That´s what makes
Nikon´s compact lineup so appealing – small enough to take anywhere,
they´re ideal for your next holiday, or for a concert or sporting event.
Sportstar EX 8x25DCF <Silver>
TRAVELITE EX
Sportstar EX 8x25DCF <Charcoal grey>
8x25CF/9x25CF/10x25CF/12x25CF
Lightweight and compact for more versatile use
• Waterproof (up to 2m/6.6 ft. for 5 minutes) and fog-free
with nitrogen gas
• Aspherical eyepiece lens eliminates image distortion
• Long eye relief design ensures a clear field of view, even for
eyeglass wearers
• Close focusing distance: 2.8m
• Multilayer-coated lenses for bright images
• Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups facilitate easy positioning of
eyes at the correct eyepoint
• Eco-glass optics are free of lead and arsenic
TRAVELITE VI
TRAVELITE EX 8x25CF
8x25CF/10x25CF/12x25CF
All-round use, smooth operation
• Redesigned body enhances ergonomics
• Aspherical lenses minimise distortion and provide sharp
images up to the periphery
• Multilayer-coated lenses for bright images
• Special rubber armour for shock-resistance and a firm,
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•
Carbon fibre in the body material improves durability
Compact and lightweight
Click-type dioptre adjustment ring prevents unintentional rotation
Larger focusing knob for smooth operation
Eco-glass optics are free of lead and arsenic
TRAVELITE VI 8x25CF
* For specifications, see pp 52-53.
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Marine
7x50CF WP/7x50CF WP Compass
Easy focus on water or land
Trust Nikon for smoother sailing
For top performance in a marine environment, Nikon binoculars are
the way to go. All of the models in our Marine lineup deliver crisp,
brilliant images. They're filled with nitrogen gas and sealed with
O-rings to minimise the effect of temperature changes, making them
ideal for rugged nautical applications. Select models even feature a
built-in compass to keep you on course. Waterproof, weather-resistant
binoculars you can count on.
• Central focusing system; waterproof (up to 1m/3.3 ft. for 5 minutes)
and fog-free with O-ring seals and nitrogen gas
• Built-in compass with illuminator and scale (7x50CF WP Compass)
• Long eye relief design ensures a clear field of view, even for eyeglass
wearers
• Multilayer-coated lenses for bright images
• Rubber armouring for shock resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
• Floating strap provided
• Can be fixed to a tripod using optional tripod adaptor (see p 54)
Compass and distance scale
(for 7x50CF WP Compass)
You can measure dimensions or distances
if you know one of the values.
Floating strap for 7x50CF WP/7x50CF WP Compass
7x50CF WP Compass
7x50IF HP WP Tropical
7x50IF WP/7x50IF WP Compass
7x50IF WP Compass
Specially designed for maritime professionals
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•
Waterproof (up to 2m/6.6 ft. for 5 minutes) and fog-free with nitrogen gas
All lenses and prisms are multilayer-coated for bright images
Rubber armouring for shock resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
Long eye relief design ensures a clear field of view, even for eyeglass
wearers
• Built-in compass and scale to ascertain subject direction, distance or size
(7x50IF WP Compass)
• Can be fixed to a tripod using optional tripod adaptor (see p 54)
Optional accessories
Polarising filter
This filters out light reflections from water or glass.
Horn-shaped rubber eyecups
Keeps light out of the eyepiece for easy viewing. Soft and comfortable, the rubber cups are
particularly good on bright days at sea, as well as in extreme weather conditions.
Usable models
• 7x50IF HP WP Tropical • 18x70IF WP WF
• 10x70IF SP WP • 10x70IF HP WP
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• 7x50IF SP WP
Binoculars
7x50IF HP WP Tropical (Model with built-in scale available)
Standard
Trusted standard for fisheries and professional marine
navigation
Action EX
• Waterproof (up to 5m/16.4 ft. for 5 minutes) and fog-free with nitrogen gas
• Horizontal and vertical scales for measuring dimensions or distances (scale type)
• Long eye relief design ensures a clear field of view, even for eyeglass
wearers
• Large objective diameter for bright image
• Can be fixed to a tripod using optional tripod adaptor (see p 54)
• Polarising filter and horn-shaped rubber eyecups are available
(options, see p 24)
7x35CF/8x40CF/7x50CF/10x50CF/12x50CF/16x50CF
Distance scale
A broader field of view in the most challenging conditions
You can measure
dimensions or distances if
you know one of the values.
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•
7x50IF HP WP Tropical
10x70IF HP WP
Waterproof (up to 1m/3.3 ft. for 5 minutes) and fog-free with nitrogen gas
Long eye relief design ensures a clear field of view, even for eyeglass wearers
Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups with multi-click adjustment positions
Multilayer-coated lenses and large objective diameter for optimal image clarity
Rubber armouring for shock resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
Eco-glass optics are free of lead and arsenic
Aspherical eyepiece lens eliminates image distortion (7x50CF, 12x50CF only)
Wide strap
Can be fixed to a tripod using optional tripod adaptor (16x50CF includes tripod adaptor) (see p 54)
Extra magnification for maritime professionals
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•
Waterproof (up to 2m/6.6 ft. for 5 minutes) and fog-free with nitrogen gas
Large 70mm objective diameter meets demand for exceptionally bright, high magnification
Long eye relief design ensures a clear field of view, even for eyeglass wearers
Can be fixed to a tripod using optional tripod adaptor (see p 54)
Polarising filter and horn-shaped rubber eyecups are available
(options, see p 24)
10x70IF HP WP
10x50CF WP
Waterproof even in harsh conditions
• Waterproof (up to 1m/3.3 ft. for 5 minutes) and fog-free with nitrogen gas
• Multilayer-coated large 50mm objective lens for bright images
• Long eye relief design ensures a clear field of view, even for eyeglass
wearers
• Rubber armouring for shock resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
• Wide strap
• Can be fixed to a tripod using optional tripod adaptor (see p 54)
Action EX 8x40CF
10x50CF WP
* For specifications, see pp 52-54.
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The Standard for Advanced Nature Observation
7x50IF SP WP/10x70IF SP WP
Studying nature at its finest
High-performance binoculars widely acknowledged as the standard for
specialised activities such as birdwatching and nature observation, providing
optical clarity and sharpness. And in models designed for stargazing, you´ll
enjoy sharp, edge-to-edge resolution that exceeds your expectations.
Edge-to-edge sharpness for seafarers and stargazing
• Superior optical design for aberration-free observation, built especially for astronomical use
• Multilayer-coated lenses for bright images
• Waterproof up to 5m/16.4 ft. (2m/6.6 ft. for 10x70IF SP WP) for 5 minutes and fog-free with
O-ring seals and nitrogen gas
• Long eye relief design ensures a clear field of view, even for eyeglass wearers
• Can be fixed to a tripod using optional tripod adaptor (see p 54)
• Polarising filter and horn-shaped rubber eyecups are available (options, see p 24)
8x30E II/10x35E II
7x50IF SP WP
The birdwatching standard, offering pristine panoramic views
and easy locating of subjects
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•
18x70IF WP WF
Eco-glass contains no arsenic or lead
Wide apparent field of view (63.2° for 8x30E II and 62.9° for 10x35E II)
Close focusing distance: 3m (8x) and 5m (10x)
Lightweight, die-cast magnesium-alloy body
All lenses and prisms are multilayer-coated for bright images
Can be fixed to a tripod using optional tripod adaptor (see p 54)
Extra magnification for seafarers and stargazing
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Wide 64.3° apparent angular field of view
All lenses are multilayer-coated for bright images
Waterproof (up to 2m/6.6 ft. for 5 minutes) and fog-free with O-ring seals and nitrogen gas
Long eye relief design ensures a clear field of view, even for eyeglass wearers
Can be fixed to a tripod using optional tripod adaptor (see p 54)
Polarising filter and horn-shaped rubber eyecups are available (options, see p 24)
8x30E II
18x70IF WP WF
* For specifications, see p54.
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Binoculars
StabilEyes
All StabilEyes models offer:
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•
StabilEyes 12x32/16x32
Reduced vibration for superior performance and steady view
Fully multilayer-coated lenses for optimal brightness
Phase-correction-coated prisms for high resolution
Waterproof and fog-free with O-ring seals and nitrogen gas
Ergonomic styling for comfortable grip and easy access to controls
Without vibration
reduction
• Nikon’s exclusive VR PAUSE button maintains a comfortable
view while panning, tilting or following fast-moving objects
• Long eye relief design allows use with eyeglasses
• Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups
• Soft-to-the-touch neck strap included
With vibration
reduction
StabilEyes 12x32
StabilEyes 16x32
Model name
Magnification (x)
• Two vibration reduction modes:
LAND mode for when footing is secure, to
compensate for vibration from hand-shake and
binocular movement when user follows a moving
subject while studying nature or watching sports.
ON BOARD mode for when footing is unstable due
to strong vibration – for example, from an engine or
strong wind
• Floating strap provided
StabilEyes 12x32
StabilEyes 16x32
14
12
16
Vibration compensation range (°)
Optical compensation by erecting prisms with
gimballed frame
±5
±3
Objective diameter (mm)
40
Eye relief (mm)
13
15
Dioptre adjustment (dpt.)
±2
±3
Vibration reduction system
Field of view (real) (°)
StabilEyes 14x40
StabilEyes 14x40
Field of view (apparent) (°)
4
5
3.8
52.1
55.3
55.9
Field of view at 1,000m (m)
70
87
66
Exit pupil (mm)
2.9
2.7
2.0
8.4
7.3
Relative brightness
Interpupillary distance adjustment (mm)
60-70
4.0
56-72
Close focusing distance (m)
5
Dimensions (L x W x D) (mm)
186 x 148 x 88
178 x 142 x 81
181 x 142 x 81
Weight (without batteries) (g)
1,340
1,130
1,120
Operating temperature range (°C)
Battery
StabilEyes 14x40
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Battery life
3.5
–10 to +50
DC 6V (four AA-type
alkaline batteries)
DC 3V (two AA-type alkaline batteries)
Approx. 6 hours*
*Continuous operation with AA-type alkaline batteries at normal temperature (20°C).
Note: Apparent field of view is calculated based on the ISO 14132-1:2002 standard. For details, see p 54.
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Fieldscopes
A whole wide world of discovery
Nikon offers a broad selection of the finest Fieldscopes and interchangeable eyepieces, all delivering peerless magnification through
brilliant optics while featuring rugged construction. What’s more, by attaching Nikon digital cameras to our Fieldscopes, you can capture
and enjoy great close-up photos without having to carry along heavy telephoto lenses.
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Nikon EDG Fieldscopes deliver a spectacular field of view
In the pursuit of innovation, Nikon’s cutting-edge technology has enabled the incorporation of a lens-shift type VR (Vibration
Reduction) system into fieldscopes for the first time in the world* - EDG VR Fieldscopes combine sophisticated optical
technologies with superb mechanical functions to deliver superior observation and digiscoping applications. Following a
comprehensive series of computer-aided simulations and data analyses, our EDG design engineers built numerous
prototypes. These efforts realised a tough, finely balanced structure; a large diameter objective lens that delivers brighter
images; a large focusing ring for smooth operation even during digiscoping; and a tripod mount that features finely tuned
weight balance adjustments. The result is exquisite, clear viewing to the very edge of your field of view.
*As of October, 2011.
EDG Fieldscope 85 VR
EDG Fieldscope 85-A VR
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Fieldscopes
EDG Fieldscope 85 VR/85-A VR
EDG Fieldscope 85/85-A/65/65-A
Experience comfortable viewing with Nikon´s premium EDG brand Fieldscopes
(EDG VR Fieldscopes only)
• The world´s first Fieldscopes featuring Nikon´s lens-shift type VR (Vibration Reduction) system (as of October, 2011)
• Reduces vibrations to approx. 1/8*1 during observation, providing the equivalent of a shutter speed approx. 2 stops*1
faster in digiscoping
• Easy VR operation; after turning the VR lock knob, pressing the VR button once activates the function
• Auto power off function: VR mode turns off automatically after approx. 30 minutes
• Readily available AA batteries are used
EDG Fieldscope 85-A VR
EDG Fieldscope 85 VR
(Common features)
• Extra-low dispersion (ED) glass for chromatic aberration compensation and brighter, clearer viewing
• Dielectric high-reflective multilayer prism coating on roof prism unit for the brightest view (straight models only)
• Phase-correction-coated roof prism for high resolution
• Advanced multilayer coating is applied to all lenses and prisms for the brightest images
• Waterproof (up to 2m/6.6 ft. for 10 minutes)*2 and fog-free with nitrogen gas (the body/eyepiece joint and the body/
battery holder joint are water resistant*3)
• Stylish design
• Three tripod mount screw holes provided for flexible mounting; optimum balance achieved through CAE (Computer
Aided Engineering)
• Seven eyepieces exclusively for EDG Fieldscopes are optionally available
• Built-in sliding hood blocks harmful light and protects objective lens
EDG Fieldscope 65-A
EDG Fieldscope 65
Eyepieces for EDG Fieldscopes
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•
Seven kinds of eyepieces for optimum optical performance
Bayonet mount with lock for easy attachment and release
Fully multilayer-coated
Waterproof up to 2m for 10 min., and fog-free – thanks to O-rings
and nitrogen gas (body-and-eyepiece joint is water resistant)
• Turn-and-slide eyecup with three click stops: one for observing
with the naked eye, one for observing with eyeglasses, and the
other for digiscoping (except FEP-30W, FEP-25 LER and FEP-20-60)
*1 Based on Nikon Fieldscope measuring standard (used with tripod).
*2 NOT designed for underwater usage.
*3 Water resistance: As tested by water equivalent to 1mm per minute, falling from a height of more than 200mm for a duration of 10 minutes (in
normal use with an eyepiece attached to the main body correctly).
cameras using optional digiscoping accessories
• FEP-25 LER has ultra-long 32.3mm eye relief
• FEP-20-60 featuring long eye relief of 18.4-16.5mm employs a
moulded glass aspherical lens to minimise image distortion
• Compact Digital Camera COOLPIX series and Advanced Camera
with Interchangeable Lenses Nikon 1 series can be attached
using optional digiscoping accessories (except FEP-20-60)
FEP-20W
(16x/20x wide)
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FEP-30W
(24x/30x wide)
FEP-38W
(30x/38x wide)
FEP-50W
(40x/50x wide)
* For more information about digiscoping accessories or compatible cameras,
see www.nikon.com/sportoptics/
• FEP-30W offers a choice of eyecup: soft rubber eyecup for
observation and digiscoping eyecup for connection with digital
FEP-75W
(60x/75x wide)
FEP-25 LER
(20x/25x)
FEP-20-60
(16-48x/20-60x)
* For specifications, see p 55.
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Fieldscope 82/82-A/60/60-A
Brighter viewing in a sleek design
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•
Compact, lightweight and smooth ergonomic design
Large objective lens for a brighter field of view
All lenses and prisms are multilayer-coated for bright images
Chromatic aberration at the periphery of the viewfield is minimised
Waterproof (up to 1m/3.3 ft. for 10 minutes) and fog-free with nitrogen gas (eyepieces are waterresistant when attached to the Fieldscope body)
• Bayonet-type eyepiece mount with locking system enables quicker, more secure eyepiece connections
• Three eyepieces exclusively for PROSTAFF 5 Fieldscopes are optionally available: compatible with
digital camera bracket FSB-series
• Built-in sliding hood
PROSTAFF 5 Fieldscope 82
PROSTAFF 5 Fieldscope 82-A
Eyepieces for PROSTAFF 5 Fieldscopes
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•
•
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•
Fully multilayer-coated
Long eye relief design for viewing comfort with eyeglasses
Usable for both observation and digiscoping
Bayonet mount with lock for easy attachment and release
Water resistant when attached to Fieldscope body
PROSTAFF 5 Fieldscope 60
SEP-25
(20x/25x)
SEP-38W
(30x/38x)
SEP-20-60
(16-48x/20-60x)
PROSTAFF 5 Fieldscope 60-A
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Fieldscopes
ED50/ED50 A
Fieldscope
Fieldscope ED50/ED50 A
Compact design and reliable performance
Nikon´s smallest high-end scope features brilliant optics
• Compact, lightweight and sleek design
• All lenses and prisms are multilayer-coated for bright images
• 16-48x zoom eyepiece integrated
• Long eye relief (19mm at 16x)
• Rubber armouring
• Waterproof (up to 1m/3.3 ft. for 10 minutes) and fog-free with nitrogen gas
• Comes with a compact tripod and a carrying case
• Compact and lightweight with 50mm-diameter ED (Extra-low Dispersion) objective
lens to minimise chromatic aberration
• Available in straight or angled design
• Multilayer-coated lenses for bright images
• Waterproof (up to 1m/3.3 ft. for 5 minutes) and fog-free with nitrogen gas
• Choose from two colours – charcoal grey and pearlscent green
• Compatible with MC eyepieces and Wide DS eyepieces (options)
• 55mm filter (P=0.75) can be attached to objective lens
PROSTAFF 3 Fieldscope
Fieldscope ED50 A (Charcoal grey)
Fieldscope ED50 (Pearlescent green)
Hand-holding case for Fieldscope ED50 series (option)
Eyepieces for Fieldscopes
13-30x/20-45x/25-56x
MC zoom eyepiece
PROSTAFF 3 Fieldscope with supplied tripod
and carrying case
13-40x/20-60x/25-75x
MC II zoom eyepiece
16x/24x/30x
Wide DS eyepiece
27x/40x/50x
Wide DS eyepiece
40x/60x/75x
Wide DS eyepiece
These eyepieces can be used with EDG Fieldscopes via FS Eyepiece Mount Adaptor EMA-1.
* For specifications, see pp 56-57.
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Nikon Digiscoping System
This convenient system makes it possible to record images viewed through a Fieldscope. Connecting a Fieldscope using an attachment or bracket for a Nikon digital SLR camera, an
Advanced Camera with Interchangeable Lenses Nikon 1 series or a Nikon COOLPIX series camera, makes it easy to capture super-telephoto images. Now, thanks to the unrivalled
combination of Nikon cameras and Nikon scopes, you’ll achieve striking images in a way that no other system can offer.
with Digital SLR Cameras
Fieldscope Digital SLR Camera Attachment
FSA-L2
EDG Fieldscopes
85 VR/85-A VR
85/85-A/65/65-A
Digital SLR Cameras
with Advanced Camera with Interchangeable Lenses Nikon 1 Series
EDG Fieldscopes
85 VR/85-A VR
85/85-A/65/65-A
Fieldscopes
ED50/ED50 A
A
EDG Fieldscope Eyepieces
FEP series
Digiscoping Adapter
DSA-N1
FEP-20W/25LER*1/30W/38W/50W/75W*1
*1 DSB-N1 only
Wide DS Fieldscope Eyepieces
Digiscoping
Bracket DSB-N1
16x/24x/30x Wide DS
27x/40x/50x Wide DS
40x/60x/75x Wide DS*2
1 NIKKOR Lenses
(Some models are
not compatible)
Advanced
Camera with
Interchangeable
Lenses Nikon 1
Series
(Some models are
not compatible)
*2 DSB-N1 only
• Vignetting may occur even with compatible models, depending on the subject and other shooting conditions.
• For more information and details of compatible models, see www.nikon.com/sportoptics
• The above charts are as of July 2014.
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Fieldscopes
with Nikon COOLPIX Digital Cameras
EDG Fieldscopes
85 VR/85-A VR
85/85-A/65/65-A
EDG Fieldscope Eyepieces
FEP series
FEP-20W/25LER/30W/38W/50W/75W
FSB-UC
PROSTAFF 5 Fieldscopes
82/82-A/60/60-A
PROSTAFF Fieldscope Eyepieces
SEP series
SEP-25/SEP-38W/SEP-20-60
COOLPIX Digital
Camera Brackets
FSB series
(Some models are
not compatible)
Wide DS Fieldscope Eyepieces
Fieldscopes
16x/24x/30x Wide DS
27x/40x/50x Wide DS
40x/60x/75x Wide DS
ED50/ED50 A
COOLPIX
Digital Cameras
• Vignetting may occur even with compatible models, depending on the subject and other shooting conditions.
• For more information and details of compatible models, see www.nikon.com/sportoptics
• The above chart is as of July 2014.
Fieldscope Digital SLR Camera Attachment FSA-L2
Digital Camera Bracket FSB-UC
(exclusively for EDG Fieldscope)
(universal type for COOLPIX series)
• 3.5x zoom for super telephoto shooting. When attached to EDG Fieldscope 85
VR/85-A VR/85/85-A, the focal length ranges from 500 to 1,750mm* and when
attached to EDG Fieldscope 65/65-A, the focal length ranges from 400 to 1,400mm*.
• The new design allows the replacement of batteries and recording media while the
camera is attached to a Fieldscope or Fieldmicroscope (this is not possible with some
COOLPIX models)
• Includes a light shielding rubber sheet that minimises harmful incoming rays and
glare
• Includes cable release (approx. 50cm) to prevent camera shake during shooting
*FX format
• Available exposure modes: Aperture-Priority Auto and Metered Manual
• Available exposure metering: Centre-weighted metering
• Multilayer coating is applied to all lens elements for brighter optics
Digiscoping Adapter DSA-N1
Digiscoping Bracket DSB-N1
(exclusively for Nikon 1 series)
(exclusively for Nikon 1 series)
• Attaches to a Nikon Fieldscope easily: optical axis adjustment is not required
• Allows use of the camera's A (Auto) and M (Manual) exposure modes
• Easy-to-carry compact size
• Includes a cable release (approx. 50cm) to prevent camera shake when shooting; the
cable release socket is attached to the bracket
• Includes a light-shielding rubber sheet to prevent external light from entering
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Laser Rangefinders
The measure of excellence
Acclaimed throughout the world for superior optical technologies and leading-edge design, Nikon takes pride in delivering innovative products of the very highest quality.
Nikon's Laser Rangefinder lineup features a variety of models to choose from, each instrument perfectly suited to its particular purpose.
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Laser Rangefinders
ID Technology displays slope adjusted distance to improve your golf
score
• Measurement range: 4.5-550m/5-600 yds.
• Easy operation enables measurement of actual distance, Horizontal
distances, Height and slope adjusted distance (horizontal distance ± height)
• Golf mode displays the slope adjusted distance (horizontal distance ±
height), which is a guide for how far you should hit the ball and useful when
golfing on an uphill/downhill course – ID (incline/decline) Technology
• Target Priority Switch System for measuring overlapping subjects:
First Target Priority mode displays the distance of the closest subject –
useful when golfing for measuring the distance to a flagstick on a green
with woods in the background
Distant Target Priority mode displays that of the farthest subject – useful
in wooded areas
• Compact, lightweight and ergonomic design enables easy, single-hand
operation
• High-quality 6x monocular with multilayer coating for bright, clear images
• High light transmittance for a brighter field of view
• Large ocular for easy viewing (18mm)
• Wide field of view (7.5 °)
• Long eye relief design affords eyeglass wearers easy viewing
• Dioptre adjustment function
• Single or continuous measurement (up to 8 seconds)
• LED illumination for easy viewing of the display in dark conditions
• Waterproof (up to 1m for 10 minutes), but not for underwater usage; the
battery chamber is water resistant
• Wide temperature tolerance: -10°C to +50°C
1
Internal display
COOLSHOT AS
Golf mode
Provides the “Horizontal distance ± Height” speedily enabling you to confidently
determine how to approach the course. Once your sense of distance is enhanced,
you can more easily achieve the correct shot.
1. Distance
2. Unit of measure (m/yd.)
3. Target mark (
)
10
4. Laser irradiation (
)
5. Height
9
(Actual distance at Golf mode setting)
6. Battery condition
7. Distant Target Priority mode
8. First Target Priority mode
9. Decline
10. Incline
2
3
4
5
8
7
Trajectory of a shot taken
without considering the
height of the target
6
l dista
Actua
Display mode cycle
Actual distance and
height mode
Height
Horizontal distance
Horizontal distance and
height mode
Horizontal distance Height
Incline (for uphill)
Actual distance mode
Trajectory of the slope adjusted
shot that COOLSHOT AS
defines
s.)
50 yd
37m/1
nce (1
Golf mode (Slope adjusted distance
and actual distance mode)
Decline (for downhill)
Slope adjusted distance (Approx.) (164.4m/179.8 yds.)
Upward incline
The upper figure shows the “slope adjusted distance” and the lower figure is the
“actual distance”. Both are displayed simultaneously in the internal display.
* For specifications, see p 58.
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Compact laser rangefinder employing First Target Priority mode with one-push
continuous measurement
Enjoy golfing with one-push continuous measurement and First Target Priority mode
• Measurement range: 10-550m/11-600 yds.
• First Target Priority mode: when measuring overlapping subjects, the distance of the closest
subject is displayed – useful when golfing for measuring the distance to a flagstick on a
green with woods in the background
• A single press of the POWER button provides 8-second continuous measurement, which
enables measurement even with slight hand movement
• Compact, lightweight and ergonomic design
• Distance measurement display increment is 0.5m/yd.
• High-quality 6x monocular with multilayer coating for bright, clear images
• High light transmittance for a brighter field of view
• Large ocular for easy viewing (18mm)
• Wide field of view (7.5 °)
• Long eye relief design affords eyeglass wearers easy viewing
• Dioptre adjustment function
• LED illumination for easy viewing of the display in dark conditions
• Waterproof (up to 1m/3.3 ft. for 10 minutes), but not for underwater usage; the battery
chamber is water resistant
• Wide temperature tolerance: -10°C to +50°C
• Measurement range: 5-500m/6-550 yds.
• First Target Priority mode is employed.
When measuring overlapping subjects, the distance of the closest subject is displayed –
useful when golfing for measuring the distance to a flagstick on a green with woods in the
background
• A single press of the POWER button provides 8-second continuous measurement, which
enables measurement even with slight hand movement
• Compact, lightweight (approx. 125g) and ergonomic design
• Distance measurement display increment is 1m/yd.
• High-quality 6x monocular with multilayer coating for bright, clear images
• Long eye relief design affords eyeglass wearers easy viewing
• Dioptre adjustment function
• Rainproof – JIS/IEC protection class 4 (IPX4) equivalent (under our testing conditions)
• Wide temperature tolerance: -10°C to +50°C
Internal display
Internal display
1. Distance
2. Unit of measure (m/yd.)
3. Target mark (
)
4. Laser irradiation (
)
5. Battery condition
1. Distance
2. Unit of measure (m/yd.)
3. Target mark (
)
4. Laser irradiation (
)
5. Battery condition
1
3
1
2
3
4
5
2
4
5
COOLSHOT
COOLSHOT 20
* For specifications, see p 58.
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Ideal for wooded areas – ID Technology displays horizontal distance and actual
distance
• Measurement range: 4.5-550m/5-600 yds.
• Horizontal Distance display mode and Actual Distance display mode can be easily switched – ID
(incline/decline) Technology
• Target Priority Switch System for measuring overlapping subjects:
First Target Priority mode displays the distance of the closest subject – useful when measuring
the distance to a subject in front of an overlapping background
Distant Target Priority mode displays that of the farthest subject – useful in wooded areas
• Compact, lightweight and ergonomic design
• Distance measurement display increment is 0.1m/yd.
• High-quality 6x monocular with multilayer coating for bright, clear images
• High light transmittance for a brighter field of view
• Large ocular for easy viewing (18mm)
• Wide field of view (7.5 °)
• Long eye relief design affords eyeglass wearers easy viewing
• Dioptre adjustment function
• Single or continuous measurement (up to 8 seconds)
• LED illumination for easy viewing of the display in dark conditions
• Waterproof (up to 1m/3.3 ft. for 10 minutes), but not for underwater usage; the battery chamber
is water resistant
• Wide temperature tolerance: -10°C to +50°C
PROSTAFF 7
Internal display
1. Distance
2. Unit of measure (m/yd.)
3. Target mark (
)
4. Laser irradiation (
)
5. Battery condition
6. Horizontal Distance display mode
7. First Target Priority mode
8. Distant Target Priority mode
1
2
40
3
4
6
5
7 8
Display mode cycle
Horizontal distance mode
Actual distance mode
PROSTAFF 3i
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Laser Rangefinders
Easy-to-hold, ergonomically designed body plus ID Technology
• Measurement range: 7.3-590m/8-650 yds.
• Horizontal Distance display mode and Actual Distance display mode can be easily switched –
ID (incline/decline) Technology
• Target Priority Switch System for measuring overlapping subjects:
First Target Priority mode displays the distance of the closest subject – useful when
measuring the distance to a subject in front of an overlapping background
Distant Target Priority mode displays that of the farthest subject – useful in wooded areas
• Compact, lightweight and ergonomic design
• Distance measurement display increment is 0.1m/yd.
• High-quality 6x monocular with multilayer coating for bright, clear images
• Large ocular for easy viewing (18mm)
• Wide field of view (7.5 °)
• Long eye relief design affords eyeglass wearers easy viewing
• Dioptre adjustment function
• Single or continuous measurement (up to 8 seconds)
• Rainproof – JIS/IEC protection class 4 (IPX4) equivalent (under our testing conditions)
• Wide temperature tolerance: -10°C to +50°C
Compact laser rangefinder with Distant Target Priority mode
• Measurement range: 5-500m/6-550 yds.
• Distant Target Priority mode: when measuring overlapping subjects, the distance of the
farthest subject is displayed – useful in wooded areas
• Compact, lightweight (approx. 125g) and ergonomic design
• Distance measurement display increment is 1m/yd.
• High-quality 6x monocular with multilayer coating for bright, clear images
• Long eye relief design affords eyeglass wearers easy viewing
• Dioptre adjustment function
• Single or continuous measurement (up to 20 seconds)
• Rainproof – JIS/IEC protection class 4 (IPX4) equivalent (under our testing conditions)
• Wide temperature tolerance: -10°C to +50°C
Internal display
Internal display
1. Distance
2. Unit of measure (m/yd.)
3. Target mark (
)
4. Laser irradiation (
)
5. Battery condition
6. Horizontal Distance display mode
7. First Target Priority mode
8. Distant Target Priority mode
1
2
3
4
6
1. Distance
2. Unit of measure (m/yd.)
3. Target mark (
)
4. Laser irradiation (
)
5. Battery condition
5
1
3
2
4
5
7 8
Display mode cycle
Horizontal distance mode
Actual distance mode
ACULON
* For specifications, see pp 58-59.
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Laser 1200S
Laser 1000A S
Golf mode
Features a long measurement range, golf mode and inclinometer
for a variety of purposes
• Measurement range: 10-915m/11-1,000 yds.
• Active Brightness Control Viewfinder for easy, clear viewing: Orange
LED is automatically turned on when it is used in darker situations
and brightness of the LED is adjusted according to the surroundings
• Easy operation enables measurement of actual distance, horizontal
distance, height and slope adjusted distance (horizontal distance ±
height)
• Target Priority Switch System for measuring overlapping subjects:
First Target Priority mode displays the distance of the closest subject
– useful when measuring the distance to a subject in front of an
overlapping background
Distant Target Priority mode displays that of the farthest subject –
useful in wooded areas
• High-quality 6x monocular with multilayer coating for bright, clear
images
• High light transmittance for a brighter field of view
• Large ocular for easy viewing (18mm)
• Wide field of view (7.5 °)
• Long eye relief design affords eyeglass wearers easy viewing
• Dioptre adjustment function
• Single or continuous measurement (up to 5 seconds)
• Compact, lightweight design enables easy, single-hand operation
• Waterproof (up to 1m/3.3 ft. for 10 minutes), but not for underwater
usage; the battery chamber is water resistant
• Wide temperature tolerance: -10°C to +50°C
Provides the “Horizontal distance ± Height” speedily enabling you to confidently
determine how to approach the course. Once your sense of distance is enhanced,
you can more easily achieve the correct shot.
Incline (for uphill)
Decline (for downhill)
The upper figure shows the “slope adjusted distance” and the lower figure is the
“actual distance”. Both are displayed simultaneously in the internal display.
Trajectory of a shot taken
without considering the
height of the target
nce
l dista
Actua
Trajectory of the slope adjusted
shot that Laser 1000A S
defines
ds.)
/150 y
(137m
Height
Horizontal distance
Horizontal distance Height
Slope adjusted distance (Approx.) (164.4m/179.8 yds.)
Upward incline
1
Internal display
1. Distance
2. Unit of measure (m/yd.)
3. Target mark (
)
4. Laser irradiation (
)
5. Height
(Actual distance at Golf mode setting)
6. Battery condition
7. Distant Target Priority mode
8. First Target Priority mode
9. Decline
10. Incline
Achieves long-distance measurement up to 1,100m (1,200 yds.)
• Measurement range: 10-1,100m/11-1,200 yds.
• Target Priority Switch System for measuring overlapping subjects:
First Target Priority mode displays the distance of the closest
subject – useful when measuring the distance to a subject in front
of an overlapping background
Distant Target Priority mode displays that of the farthest subject –
useful in wooded areas
• High-quality 7x monocular with multilayer coating for bright, clear
images
• Long eye relief design affords eyeglass wearers easy viewing
• Dioptre adjustment function
• Single or continuous measurement (up to 20 seconds)
• Easy one-push measurement after the power is turned on
• Compact, lightweight design enables easy, single-hand operation
• LCD with backlight
• Waterproof (up to 2m/6.6 ft. for 5 minutes), but not for underwater
usage; the battery chamber is water resistant
• Wide temperature tolerance: -10°C to +50°C
Internal display
1. Distance
2. Unit of measure (m/yd.)
3. Target mark (
)
4. Laser irradiation (
)
5. First Target Priority mode
6. Battery condition
1
3
5
10
2
9
3
4
5
Laser 1000A S
Laser 1200S
8
7
6
Display mode cycle
Actual distance and
height mode
Horizontal distance and
height mode
Actual distance mode
Golf mode (slope adjusted distance
and actual distance mode)
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2
4
6
Laser Rangefinders
Forestry Pro
Ideal for basic forestry and land surveys – display in metres, yards or feet
• Measurement range: 10-500m/11-550 yds./33-999 ft.
• In addition to actual distance, horizontal distance, height, angle and vertical separation (difference in height between two targets) measurement functions,
three-point measurement (height between two points) is available
• The results are displayed on both internal and external LCD panels: the external panel displays all results simultaneously
• Target Priority Switch System for measuring overlapping subjects:
First Target Priority mode displays the distance of the closest subject – useful when measuring the distance to a subject in front of an overlapping background
Distant Target Priority mode displays that of the farthest subject – useful in wooded areas
• High-quality 6x monocular with multilayer coating produces bright, clear images
• Long eye relief design affords eyeglass wearers easy viewing
• Dioptre adjustment function
• Single or continuous measurement (up to 20 seconds)
• Waterproof (up to 1m for 10 minutes) but not for underwater usage; the battery chamber is water resistant
• Wide temperature tolerance: -10°C to +50°C
1
Internal display
1. Actual Distance
2. Horizontal Distance
3. Height
4. Height between two points
5. Three-point measurement
6. Unit of measure (m/yd.)
(No unit displayed for ft.)
7. Target mark (
)
8. Laser irradiation (
)
9. Battery condition
10. Distant Target Priority mode
11. First Target Priority mode
12. Angle
13. Distance
2 3
4
5
6
13
7
8
12
11 10
1. Measurement unit (m/yd./ft.)
2. Height
3. Actual Distance
4. Horizontal Distance
5. Angle (°)
1
3
5
4
2
9
Forestry Pro
Measurement example (3-point measurement: height between
two points)
Internal display
External display
External display
When 3-point measurement is achieved, the height between points 2 and 3 is
displayed on the internal LCD with Hor Hgt+Hgt2 (solid), and Hgt(2) and Ang(2)
are shown on the external LCD. Points 2 and 3 can be reversed.
Measurement example (2-point height measurement)
Internal display
External display
When the measurement is successful, you see the height from the base to the top
displayed on the internal LCD with Hgt + Hgt2 (solid). For more information, refer to
the external LCD. “Base” and “Top” can be switched.
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* For specifications, see p 59.
Exceptional Optics for Specialised Needs
Dedicated applications demand the expert attention that only Nikon delivers
44
Binocular Telescope
20x120 III Binocular Telescope
• Large 120mm objective diameter and Nikon’s original
coating for bright images even in the dark
• Sharp image realised by aberration compensation
• Waterproof (up to 2m/6.6 ft. for 10 minutes), filled with
nitrogen gas, fog-free and dust resistant
• Shock and corrosion-resistant structure
• Long eye relief design ensures a clear field of view,
even for eyeglass wearers
• Easy handling with 360° azimuth and -30° to +70°
tilting
• Height (with stand, binocular tubes in horizontal
position): 440mm
• Rigid fixed-pillar stand (option) is available
Model name
20x120 III
Magnification (x)
20
Objective diameter (mm)
120
3.0
55.3
Field of view at 1,000m (m)
52
Exit pupil (mm)
6.0
Relative brightness
36.0
Eye relief (mm)
20.8
Close focusing distance (m)
133.0
Interpupillary distance adjustment (mm)
58-74
Weight (kg)
15.5*
Length (mm)
680*
Width (mm)
452*
Type
Porro
* Binocular body only.
Note: Apparent field of view is calculated based on the
ISO 14132-1:2002 standard. For details, see p 54.
20x120 III with pillar stand
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© Yasuteru Yamano
Loupes
Reading Magnifier S1 Series
L1-4D (Square type)
• High-precision aspherical lens reduces image distortion all
the way to the lens periphery
• Hard coating on the lens surfaces to prevent scratching
• Rubber material on the handle for a comfortable, secure grip
• Can be held in either the left or right hand
• Available in two colours: red and blue, and three types: 4D,
8D and 10D
L1-8D (Round type)
Reading Magnifier S1 Series
Model name
S1-4D
S1-8D
S1-10D
(Square type) (Round type) (Round type)
Colour
Red/Blue
Effective size/diameter of lens (mm)
100 x 54
80
Refractive power (dioptres)
4
8
10
Reference magnification (x)
1.5
2
2.5
Lens material
Lens form
Acrylic (PMMA) lens
Equiconvex aspherical lens
Surface coating
Size (L x W x D) (mm)
Weight (g)
• Built-in LED illumination provides natural light across a broad area
• Lighting unit is easily switched on/off; lighting angle can also be adjusted
• High-precision aspherical lens reduces image distortion all the way to the lens
periphery
• Hard coating on the lens surfaces to prevent scratching
• Rubber material on the handle for a comfortable, secure grip
• Can be held in either the left or right hand
• Available in two types: 4D and 8D
Reading Magnifier L1 Series
L1-4D
(Square type)
L1-8D
(Round type)
100 x 54
80
Refractive power (dioptres)
4
8
Reference magnification (x)
1.5
2
Effective size/diameter of lens (mm)
Lens material
Lens form
S1-4D
(Square type, Red)
65
S1-8D
(Round type, Blue)
Reading Magnifier U1-4D
• Minimises the burden on the hand and arm while holding
(Universal Design)
• Handle can rotate 360 ° and its angle can be adjusted freely
• Folding the handle enables compact storage
• High-precision aspherical lens reduces image distortion all
the way to the lens periphery
• Hard coating on the lens surfaces to prevent scratching
• Can be held in either the left or right hand
U1-4D (folded)
Model name
Reading Magnifier U1-4D
Effective size of lens (mm)
100 x 54
Refractive power (dioptres)
4
Reference magnification (x)
1.5
Lens material
Lens form
Acrylic (PMMA) lens
Equiconvex aspherical lens
Surface coating
Size (L x W x D) (mm)
Hard coating
83 x 142 (up to 242 with open handle) x
18
Weight (g)
103
Reference magnification is when an object is clearly visible at approx. 250mm.
Hard coating
160 x 198 x 17
230 x 91 x 17
Weight (g) (without battery)
115
114
Battery life (at a temperature of 25°C)*
108
Acrylic (PMMA) lens
Dimensions (L x W x D) (mm)
Power
109
Equiconvex aspherical lens
Surface coating
Light source
Hard coating
160 x 198 x 17 230 x 91 x 17 190 x 71 x 15
Reference magnification is when an object is clearly visible at approx. 250mm.
Reading Magnifier L1 Series
Model name
60
White LED x1
LR03 (AAA size) alkaline battery x 1
Approx. 8 hours
Precision Loupe (for connoisseurs)
• Superior resolution of 63 lines/mm
• Airtight retractable lens is ideal for professional tasks
• Lens comprises three optical glass elements
* Battery life varies depending on temperature, humidity and other conditions.
Model name
13
Focusing distance (mm)
25
Magnification (x)
Precision Loupe
46
10 (±1%)
Dimensions (L x W x H) (mm)*
42 x 24 x 16
Weight (g)
Approx. 15
* When the lens is retracted to its original position.
Reference magnification is when an object is clearly visible at approx. 250mm.
Precision Loupe
Effective diameter (mm)
Exceptional Optics for Specialised Needs
Fieldmicroscopes
Model name
Magnification (x)
Optical system
Field of vision (mm)
EZ-Micro
20 (fixed)
Upright, unreversed image; eyepiece dioptre adjustable
for both eyes; 51 to 72mm interpupillary distance adjustment
11 (diameter)
Angle of view (°)
Vertical adjustment
12.6
38mm from the base of stage
Photographic optical system
Collimated light beam
Photographic magnification
Varies according to the attached digital camera model
[Example: at A4-size printing]
Approx. 20x (at 35mm-equivalent wide angle setting) to
approx. 57x (at 100mm-equivalent telephoto setting)
Eye relief (mm)
Plate
Light source
Two white LEDs
Light settings
Three settings: off, one lamp, two lamps
One AA-size battery; approx. 10-hour battery life
(alkaline battery at 20°C)
(In use) 162-202 (H) x 145 (D) x 106 (W)
(Folded close) 138 (H) with lighting fitted
Approx. 635 (without battery)
Power source
Dimensions (mm)
Weight (g)
EZ-Micro + FSB-UC + COOLPIX Digital Camera
Filters
M37 x 0.75mm thread filters can be attached
Accessories (supplied)
EZ-Micro
•
•
•
•
•
Model name
Magnification (x)
Enables photography with a Nikon COOLPIX digital camera
Stereoscopic observation at 20x magnification
Made with environmentally friendly materials
Built-in illumination system
Exclusive compact design for easy operation
Optical system
EZ-Micro
Interpupillary distance adjustment
(mm)
Field of vision (mm)
Angle of view (°)
Vertical adjustment
Fieldmicroscope
Fieldmicroscope Mini
•
•
•
•
•
Compact, portable body
20x magnification
Stereoscopic microscope
Built-in illumination system (Fieldmicroscope)
Water resistant (Fieldmicroscope Mini)
Eye relief (mm)
Plate
Dimensions (mm)
Fieldmicroscope
Fieldmicroscope Mini
Weight (g)
Accessories (supplied)
47
12.8
Removal and reversible (top: flat / underside: built-in cup)
Large carrying case; jointed strap
Fieldmicroscope
Fieldmicroscope Mini
20 (fixed)
Upright, unreversed image, eyepiece dioptre
adjustable for right eye
56-72
51-72
11 (diameter)
12.6
50mm from the
42mm from the
base of stage
base of stage
11.1
12.8
Removal and reversible
(top: flat / underside: built-in cup)
(In use) 184-238(H) x94(D) x100(W) (In use) 156-202(H) x89(D) x90(W)
(Folded close) 144(H)
(Folded close) 124(H)
Approx. 610
Approx. 395
Soft case; head unit cover; strap
Soft case; strap
Technical Data
Specifications
EDG 8x32
EDG 10x32
EDG 7x42
EDG 8x42
EDG 10x42
Magnification (x)
Model name
8
10
7
8
10
MONARCH 7 8x30
8
Objective diameter (mm)
32
32
42
42
42
30
Angular field of view (Real/degree)
7.8
6.5
8.0
7.7
6.5
8.3
Angular field of view (Apparent/degree)
57.2
59.2
52.2
56.6
59.2
60.3
Field of view at 1,000m (m)
136
114
140
135
114
145
Exit pupil (mm)
4.0
3.2
6.0
5.3
4.2
3.8
Relative brightness
16.0
10.2
36.0
28.1
17.6
14.4
Eye relief (mm)
18.5
17.3
22.1
19.3
18.0
15.1
Close focusing distance (m)
2.5
2.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
2.0
54-76
54-76
55-76
55-76
55-76
56-72
Weight (g)
655
650
785
785
790
435
Length (mm)
138
138
149
148
151
119
Width (mm)
139
139
141
141
141
123
Depth (mm)
50
50
54
54
54
48
Roof
Roof
Roof
Roof
Roof
Roof
Interpupillary distance adjustment (mm)
Type
48
Binoculars
Note: Apparent field of view is calculated based on the ISO 14132-1:2002 standard. For details, see p 54.
Model name
MONARCH 7 8x42
MONARCH 7 10x42
MONARCH 5 8x42
MONARCH 5 10x42
10
8
10
8
10
MONARCH 5 12x42
12
Objective diameter (mm)
30
42
42
42
42
42
Angular field of view (Real/degree)
6.7
8.0
6.7
6.3
5.5
5.0
Angular field of view (Apparent/degree)
60.7
58.4
60.7
47.5
51.3
55.3
Field of view at 1,000m (m)
117
140
117
110
96
87
Exit pupil (mm)
3.0
5.3
4.2
5.3
4.2
3.5
Relative brightness
9.0
28.1
17.6
28.1
17.6
12.3
Eye relief (mm)
15.8
17.1
16.5
19.5
18.4
15.1
Close focusing distance (m)
Interpupillary distance adjustment (mm)
2.0
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
Weight (g)
440
650
660
590
600
600
Length (mm)
119
142
142
145
145
145
Width (mm)
123
130
130
129
129
129
Depth (mm)
48
57
57
55
55
55
Roof
Roof
Roof
Roof
Roof
Roof
PROSTAFF 7S 8x42
Type
MONARCH 5 8x56
MONARCH 5 16x56
MONARCH 5 20x56
PROSTAFF 7S 8x30
PROSTAFF 7S 10x30
Magnification (x)
Model name
8
16
20
8
10
8
Objective diameter (mm)
56
56
56
30
30
42
Angular field of view (Real/degree)
6.2
4.1
3.3
6.5
6.0
6.8
Angular field of view (Apparent/degree)
46.9
59.6
59.9
48.9
55.3
50.8
119
Field of view at 1,000m (m)
108
72
58
114
105
Exit pupil (mm)
7.0
3.5
2.8
3.8
3.0
5.3
Relative brightness
49.0
12.3
7.8
14.4
9.0
28.1
Eye relief (mm)
20.5
16.4
16.4
15.4
15.4
19.5
Close focusing distance (m)
7.0
5.0
5.0
2.5
2.5
4.0
Interpupillary distance adjustment (mm)
60-72
60-72
60-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
Weight (g)
1,140
1,230
1,235
415
420
650
Length (mm)
199
199
199
119
119
167
Width (mm)
146
146
146
123
123
129
Depth (mm)
67
67
67
49
49
55
Roof
Roof
Roof
Roof
Roof
Roof
Type
49
Specifications
MONARCH 7 10x30
Magnification (x)
Note: Apparent field of view is calculated based on the ISO 14132-1:2002 standard. For details, see p 54.
ACULON T01
PROSTAFF 7S 10x42
PROSTAFF 5 8x42
PROSTAFF 5 10x42
PROSTAFF 5 10x50
PROSTAFF 5 12x50
Magnification (x)
Model name
10
8
10
10
12
ACULON T01 8x21
8
Objective diameter (mm)
42
42
42
50
50
21
Angular field of view (Real/degree)
6.2
6.3
5.6
5.6
4.7
6.3
Angular field of view (Apparent/degree)
56.9
47.5
52.1
52.1
52.4
47.5
Field of view at 1,000m (m)
108
110
98
98
82
110
Exit pupil (mm)
4.2
5.3
4.2
5.0
4.2
2.6
Relative brightness
17.6
28.1
17.6
25.0
17.6
6.8
Eye relief (mm)
15.5
17.5
15.2
19.6
15.5
10.3
Close focusing distance (m)
Specifications
4.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
3.0
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
Weight (g)
645
630
630
815
790
195
Length (mm)
164
165
163
187
183
87
Width (mm)
129
130
130
140
140
104
Interpupillary distance adjustment (mm)
Depth (mm)
Type
55
54
54
65
65
35
Roof
Roof
Roof
Roof
Roof
Roof
ACULON A211
ACULON A211 7x50
ACULON A211 10x50
ACULON A211 12x50
ACULON A211 16x50
Magnification (x)
Model name
7
10
12
16
8-18
Objective diameter (mm)
50
50
50
50
42
50
Angular field of view (Real/degree)
6.4
6.5
5.2
4.2
4.6
3.8
Angular field of view (Apparent/degree)
42.7
59.2
57.2
60.8
35.6
36.7
Field of view at 1,000m (m)
112
114
91
73
80
66
Exit pupil (mm)
7.1
5.0
4.2
3.1
5.3
5.0
Relative brightness
50.4
25.0
17.6
9.6
28.1
25.0
Eye relief (mm)
17.6
11.8
11.5
12.6
10.3
8.6
Close focusing distance (m)
8.0
7.0
8.0
9.0
13.0
15.0
Interpupillary distance adjustment (mm)
ACULON A211 8-18x42 (set at 8x) ACULON A211 10-22x50 (set at 10x)
10-22
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
Weight (g)
905
900
910
925
825
960
Length (mm)
180
179
179
179
163
197
Width (mm)
197
197
197
197
185
197
Depth (mm)
68
68
68
68
61
68
Porro
Porro
Porro
Porro
Porro
Porro
Type
50
Binoculars
ACULON T01
ACULON T51
ACULON T11
ACULON A211
ACULON T51 8x24
ACULON T51 10x24
ACULON T11 8-24x25 (set at 8x)
ACULON A211 7x35
ACULON A211 8x42
ACULON A211 10x42
10
8
10
8-24
7
8
10
21
24
24
25
35
42
42
5.0
6.2
5.3
4.6
9.3
8.0
6.0
47.2
46.9
49.7
35.6
59.3
58.4
55.3
87
108
93
80
163
140
105
2.1
3.0
2.4
3.1
5.0
5.3
4.2
4.4
9.0
5.8
9.6
25.0
28.1
17.6
8.3
12.2
10.6
13.0
11.8
12.0
11.6
3.0
2.5
2.5
4.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
195
200
200
305
685
755
760
87
103
102
123
118
145
145
104
105
105
109
185
185
185
35
29
29
51
62
62
62
Roof
Roof
Roof
Porro
Porro
Porro
Porro
8x20HG L DCF
ACULON A30
Specifications
ACULON T01 10x21
High Grade
ACULON A30 8x25
ACULON A30 10x25
8x42HG L DCF
10x42HG L DCF
8x32HG L DCF
10x32HG L DCF
8
10
8
10
8
10
8
25
25
42
42
32
32
20
6.0
5.0
7.0
6.0
7.8
6.5
6.8
45.5
47.2
52.1
55.3
57.2
59.2
50.8
105
87
122
105
136
114
119
3.1
2.5
5.3
4.2
4.0
3.2
2.5
9.6
6.3
28.1
17.6
16.0
10.2
6.3
15.0
13.0
20.0
18.5
17.0
16.0
15.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
2.5
2.5
2.4
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
275
275
795
790
695
695
270
125
122
157
157
129
129
96
115 (72*)
115 (72*)
139
139
138
138
109 (65*)
44 (56*)
44 (56*)
62
62
57
57
45 (49*)
Roof
Roof
Roof
Roof
Roof
Roof
Roof
51
* Folded
Note: Apparent field of view is calculated based on the ISO 14132-1:2002 standard. For details, see p 54.
High Grade
Model name
Elegant Compact
10x25HG L DCF
4x10DCF
6x15M CF
7x15M CF Black
5x15 HG Monocular
Magnification (x)
10
4
6
7
5
7x15 HG Monocular
7
Objective diameter (mm)
25
10
15
15
15
15
Specifications
Angular field of view (Real/degree)
5.4
10.0
8.0
7.0
9.0
6.6
Angular field of view (Apparent/degree)
50.5
38.6
45.5
46.4
43.0
44.0
Field of view at 1,000m (m)
94
175
140
122
157
115
Exit pupil (mm)
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.1
3.0
2.1
Relative brightness
6.3
6.3
6.3
4.4
9.0
4.4
Eye relief (mm)
15.0
13.7
10.1
10.0
15.8
12.0
Close focusing distance (m)
3.2
1.2
2.0
2.0
0.6
0.8
56-72
57-72
56-72
56-72
–
–
300
65
130
135
75
75
Interpupillary distance adjustment (mm)
Weight (g)
Length (mm)
112
52
48
47
71
71
Width (mm)
109 (67*)
93
108
108
30
30
Depth (mm)
45 (49*)
19
36
36
30
30
Roof
Roof
Porro
Porro
Roof
Roof
7x50IF WP Compass
Type
*Folded
Compact
Marine
TRAVELITE VI 10x25CF
TRAVELITE VI 12x25CF
7x50CF WP
7x50CF WP Compass
7x50IF WP
Magnification (x)
10
12
7
7
7
7
Objective diameter (mm)
25
25
50
50
50
50
Model name
Angular field of view (Real/degree)
5.0
4.2
7.2
7.2
7.5
7.0
Angular field of view (Apparent/degree)
47.2
47.5
47.5
47.5
49.3
46.4
122
Field of view at 1,000m (m)
87
73
126
126
131
Exit pupil (mm)
2.5
2.1
7.1
7.1
7.1
7.1
Relative brightness
6.3
4.4
50.4
50.4
50.4
50.4
Eye relief (mm)
11.1
11.1
22.7
22.7
18.0
18.0
Close focusing distance (m)
3.0
4.0
10.0
10.0
25.0
25.0
Interpupillary distance adjustment (mm)
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
Weight (g)
270
275
1,100
1,120
1,170
1,210
Length (mm)
110
110
193
193
178
178
Width (mm)
118
118
202
202
203
203
Depth (mm)
Type
54
54
71
81
71
92
Porro
Porro
Porro
Porro
Porro
Porro
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Binoculars
Compact
Sportstar EX 10x25DCF
TRAVELITE EX 8x25CF
TRAVELITE EX 9x25CF
TRAVELITE EX 10x25CF
TRAVELITE EX 12x25CF
8
10
8
9
10
12
8
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
8.2
6.5
6.3
5.6
5.0
4.2
5.6
59.7
59.2
47.5
47.5
47.2
47.5
42.7
143
114
110
98
87
73
98
3.1
2.5
3.1
2.8
2.5
2.1
3.1
9.6
6.3
9.6
7.8
6.3
4.4
9.6
10.0
10.0
15.5
15.8
15.9
15.9
14.0
2.5
3.5
2.8
2.8
2.8
2.8
3.0
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
300
300
355
360
365
365
265
103
103
100
101
102
103
115
114 (67*)
114 (67*)
116
116
116
116
118
43 (54*)
43 (54*)
56
56
56
56
54
Roof
Roof
Porro
Porro
Porro
Porro
Porro
Marine
*Folded
Standard
7x50IF HP WP Tropical
10x70IF HP WP
10x50CF WP
Action EX 7x35CF
Action EX 8x40CF
Action EX 7x50CF
7
10
10
7
8
7
Action EX 10x50CF
10
50
70
50
35
40
50
50
7.3
5.1
6.2
9.3
8.2
6.4
6.5
48.1
48.0
56.9
59.3
59.7
42.7
59.2
128
89
108
163
143
112
114
7.1
7.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
7.1
5.0
50.4
49.0
25.0
25.0
25.0
50.4
25.0
17.2
15.0
15.0
17.4
17.3
17.2
17.1
24.5
50.0
17.0
5.0
5.0
7.0
7.0
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
1,360
1,985
1,065
800
855
1,000
1,020
217
304
195
120
138
179
178
210
234
207
184
187
196
196
80
91
71
62
63
68
68
Porro
Porro
Porro
Porro
Porro
Porro
Porro
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Specifications
TRAVELITE VI 8x25CF
Sportstar EX 8x25DCF
Binoculars
Note: Apparent field of view is calculated based on the ISO 14132-1:2002 standard. For details, see p 54.
Standard
The Standard for Advanced Nature Observation
Action EX 12x50CF
Action EX 16x50CF
8x30E II
10x35E II
7x50IF SP WP
10x70IF SP WP
Magnification (x)
12
16
8
10
7
10
18
Objective diameter (mm)
50
50
30
35
50
70
70
Model name
18x70IF WP WF
Angular field of view (Real/degree)
5.5
3.5
8.8
7.0
7.3
5.1
4.0
Angular field of view (Apparent/degree)
59.9
52.1
63.2
62.9
48.1
48.0
64.3
Field of view at 1,000m (m)
96
61
154
122
128
89
70
Exit pupil (mm)
4.2
3.1
3.8
3.5
7.1
7.0
3.9
Specifications
Relative brightness
17.6
9.6
14.4
12.3
50.4
49.0
15.2
Eye relief (mm)
16.1
17.8
13.8
13.8
16.2
16.3
15.4
Close focusing distance (m)
7.0
7.0
3.0
5.0
12.4
25.0
81.0
Interpupillary distance adjustment (mm)
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
56-72
Weight (g)
2,050
1,045
1,040
575
625
1,485
2,100
Length (mm)
178
177
101
126
217
304
293
Width (mm)
196
196
181
183
210
234
234
Depth (mm)
Type
68
68
54
54
80
91
91
Porro
Porro
Porro
Porro
Porro
Porro
Porro
Binocular Accessories
Tripod/monopod adaptors
Values for Apparent Field of View
TRA-2 Usable models
• ACULON A211 series
• Action series
• Action zoom series
• Action EX series
• 7x50CF WP/7x50CF WP
Compass
• 7x50IF WP/7x50IF WP
Compass
• 10x50CF WP
TRA-3 Usable models
• EDG 8x32/10x32/7x42/8x42/10x42
• MONARCH 7 8x30/10x30/8x42/10x42
• MONARCH 5 8x42/10x42/12x42/8x56/16x56/20x56
• MONARCH 36/42/56 series
• PROSTAFF 7S 8x42/10x42
• PROSTAFF 7 8x42/10x42
• Action series
• Action zoom series
• Action EX series
• 7x50CF WP/7x50CF WP Compass
• 7x50IF WP/7x50IF WP Compass
• 10x50CF WP
With the conventional method used previously, the apparent field of view was calculated by
multiplying the real field of view by the binocular magnification. After revision, Nikon’s
figures are now based on the ISO 14132-1:2002 standard, and obtained by the following
formula:
Usable models
• 7x50IF HP WP Tropical
• 8x32SE CF/10x42SE CF/12x50SE CF
• 18x70IF WP WF
• 7x50IF SP WP/10x70IF SP WP
• 10x70IF HP WP
• 8x30E II/10x35E II
tan ω’ = Γ x tan ω
Apparent field of view: 2ω’
Real field of view: 2ω
Magnification: Γ
1,000m
125m
Γ=8
For example, the apparent field of
view of 8x binoculars with an 8.8°
real field of view is as follows:
Adaptor H (for roof prism binoculars)Usable models
• EDG 8x32/10x32/7x42/8x42/10x42
• MONARCH 7 8x30/10x30/8x42/10x42
• MONARCH 5 8x42/10x42/12x42
• MONARCH 36/42 series
• PROSTAFF 7S 8x30/10x30/8x42/10x42
• PROSTAFF 7 8x42/10x42
• PROSTAFF 5 8x42/10x42
• 8x42HG L DCF
• 10x42HG L DCF
• 8x32HG L DCF
Hard (H) type
• 10x32HG L DCF
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2ω’ = 63.2°
2ω = 8.8°
2ω’ = 2 x tan- 1 (Γ x tan ω)
= 2 x tan- 1 (8 x tan 4.4°)
= 63.2°
Referring to the ISO 14132-2:2002 standard that was established at the same time as the
are considered wide-viewfield binoculars.
Fieldscopes
EDG Fieldscope 85 VR
EDG Fieldscope 85-A VR
EDG Fieldscope 85
EDG Fieldscope 85-A
EDG VR Fieldscopes
EDG Fieldscope 85 VR
EDG Fieldscope 85-A VR
Objective diameter (mm)
85
85
Close focusing distance (m)
1
Length (mm)*
5.0
5.0
1
Height x width (mm)*
1
Weight (g)*
398
141 x 104
2,400 (without batteries)
2,400 (without batteries)
EDG Fieldscopes
Model name
EDG Fieldscope 85 EDG Fieldscope 85-A
Objective diameter (mm)
AA alkaline battery x4, AA lithium battery x4 or AA Ni-MH (nickel metal hydride) battery x4
*3
EDG Fieldscope 65-A
EDG Fieldscope 65
Observation: Degree of vibration is reduced to approx. 1/8
Digiscoping: Equivalent of a shutter speed approx. 2 stops faster
*2
Power source
379
141 x 104
Approx. 17 hours (AA alkaline battery), approx. 31 hours (AA lithium battery),
approx. 15 hours [AA Ni-MH (nickel metal hydride) battery]
*1 Body only. *2 Based on Nikon Fieldscope measuring standard (used with tripod). *3 Battery life varies depending on conditions, temperature and vibration.
Length (mm)*
Height x width (mm)*
Weight (g)*
85
EDG Fieldscope 65
EDG Fieldscope 65-A
65
65
85
379
398
313
332
127 x 102
131 x 102
120 x 88
131 x 88
2,030
2,030
1,560
1,620
*Body only.
Eyepieces for EDG Fieldscopes
Model name
FEP-20W
FEP-30W
FEP-38W
FEP-50W
FEP-75W
FEP-25 LER
FEP-20-60
Magnification
(x)
Angular field of view
(Real/degree)
Angular field of view
(Apparent/degree)*2
Field of view at 1,000m (m)
(approx.)
Exit pupil
(mm)
Relative brightness
Eye relief
(mm)
Weight
(g)
With EDG 65 series
16
4.1
60.0
72
4.1
16.8
20.1
240
With EDG 85 series
20
3.3
60.0
58
4.3
18.5
20.1
With EDG 65 series
24
3.0
64.3
52
2.7
7.3
25.4
240
1
390 *
With EDG 85 series
30
2.4
64.3
42
2.8
7.8
25.4
390 *
With EDG 65 series
30
2.4
64.3
42
2.2
4.8
17.9
230
With EDG 85 series
38
1.9
64.3
33
2.2
4.8
17.9
230
With EDG 65 series
40
1.8
64.3
31
1.6
2.6
17.8
230
1
With EDG 85 series
50
1.4
64.3
24
1.7
2.9
17.8
230
With EDG 65 series
60
1.2
64.3
21
1.1
1.2
17
230
With EDG 85 series
75
1.0
64.3
17
1.1
1.2
17
230
With EDG 65 series
20
3.0
55.3
52
3.3
10.9
32.3
320
With EDG 85 series
25
2.4
55.3
42
3.4
11.6
32.3
320
With EDG 65 series
16-48
2.8-1.4
42-60
49-24
4.1-1.4
16.8-2.0
18.4-16.5
330
With EDG 85 series
20-60
2.2-1.1
42-60
38-19
4.3-1.4
18.5-2.0
18.4-16.5
330
*1 With detachable turn-and-slide eyecup *2 Apparent field of view is calculated based on the ISO 14132-1:2002 standard. For details, see p 54.
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Specifications
Model name
Fieldscopes
Model name
PROSTAFF 5 Fieldscope 82
Objective diameter (mm)
1
Length (mm)*
1
PROSTAFF 5 Fieldscope
82-A
PROSTAFF 5 Fieldscope 60
PROSTAFF 5 Fieldscope
60-A
PROSTAFF 3 Fieldscope*
2
Fieldscope ED50
Fieldscope ED50 A
82
82
60
60
60
50
50
377
392
290
305
313
209
207
Width (mm)*
95
95
85
85
74
71
71
1
Weight (g)*
950
960
740
750
620
455
470
*1 Body only (except PROSTAFF 3 Fieldscope).
Specifications
Eyepieces for PROSTAFF 5 Fieldscopes
Model name
Magnification (x)
Angular field of view
(Real/degree)
Angular field of view
(Apparent/degree)*
Field of view at 1,000m
(m) (approx.)
Exit pupil (mm)
Relative brightness
Eye relief (mm)
Weight (g)
SEP-25
With 60/60-A
20
2.8
51.3
48
3.0
9.0
17.6
135
With 82/82-A
25
2.2
51.3
38
3.3
10.9
17.6
135
With 60/60-A
30
2.3
62.1
40
2.0
4.0
19.0
185
With 82/82-A
38
1.8
62.1
31
2.2
4.8
19.0
185
With 60/60-A
16-48
2.6 (at 16x)
39.9 (at 16x)
45 (at 16x)
3.8 (at 16x)
14.4 (at 16x)
16.9 (at 16x)
225
With 82/82-A
20-60
2.1 (at 20x)
39.9 (at 20x)
36 (at 20x)
4.1 (at 20x)
16.8 (at 20x)
16.9 (at 20x)
225
SEP-38W
SEP-20-60
* Apparent field of view is calculated based on the ISO 14132-1:2002 standard. For details, see p 54.
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Fieldscopes
PROSTAFF 3 Fieldscopes
Model name
PROSTAFF 3 Fieldscope
Magnification (x)
Angular field of view
(Real/degree)
Angular field of view
(Apparent/degree)*
Field of view at 1,000m
(m) (approx.)
Exit pupil (mm)
Relative brightness
Eye relief (mm)
16-48
2.3 (at 16x)
35.6 (at 16x)
40 (at 16x)
3.8 (at 16x)
14.4 (at 16x)
19.0 (at 16x)
* Apparent field of view is calculated based on the ISO 14132-1:2002 standard. For details, see p 54.
Model name
1
13-30x/20-45x/25-56x MC zoom*
Magnification (x)
Angular field of view
(Real/degree)
Angular field of view
(Apparent/degree) *3
Field of view at 1,000m
(m) (approx.)
Exit pupil (mm)
Relative brightness
Eye relief (mm)
Weight (g)
13-30
3.0 (at 13x)
38.5 (at 13x)
52 (at 13x)
3.8 (at 13x)
14.4 (at 13x)
12.9 (at 13x)
100
13-40
3.0 (at 13x)
38.5 (at 13x)
52 (at 13x)
3.8 (at 13x)
14.4 (at 13x)
14.1 (at 13x)
150
16
4.5
64.3
79
3.1
9.6
18.7
170
27
2.7
64.3
47
1.9
3.6
17.8
180
40
1.8
64.3
31
1.3
1.7
17.0
190
1 2
13-40x/20-60x/25-75x MC II zoom* *
With ED50/ED50 A
1 2
16x/24x/30x Wide DS* *
With ED50/ED50 A
1 2
27x/40x/50x Wide DS* *
With ED50/ED50 A
1 2
40x/60x/75x Wide DS * *
With ED50/ED50 A
*1 These eyepieces are not to be used for Fieldscope I series. *2 Turn-and-slide rubber eyecup. *3 Apparent field of view is calculated based on the ISO 14132-1:2002 standard. For details, see p 54.
Note: All eyepieces can be used for Fieldscope II series, ED78 series, III series, EDIII series and ED82 series.
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Specifications
Eyepieces for Fieldscope ED50/ED50 A
Model name
Measurement range
COOLSHOT AS
COOLSHOT
COOLSHOT 20
PROSTAFF 7
4.5-550m/5-600 yds.
10-550m/11-600 yds.
5-500m/6-550 yds.
4.5-550m/5-600 yds.
Every 0.5m/yd.
Every 1m/yd.
Every 0.1m/yd.
Actual distance (upper 4-digit):
every 0.5m/yd.
Specifications
Actual distance (lower 3-digit):
every 1m/yd.
Horizontal distance (upper 4-digit):
Distance display (Increment)
every 0.2m/yd.
Height (lower 3-digit):
every 0.2m/yd. (shorter than ±100m/yds.)
every 1m/yd. (±100m/yds. and over)
Slope adjusted distance (Horizontal distance
±Height) (upper 4-digit):
every 0.2m/yd.
Magnification (x)
6
6
6
6
Effective objective diameter (mm)
21
21
20
21
7.5
7.5
6.0
7.5
Exit pupil (mm)
3.5
3.5
3.3
3.5
Finder
18.3
18.3
16.7
18.3
Dimensions (L x H x W) (mm)
Eye relief (mm)
113 x 70 x 39
111 x 70 x 40
91 x 73 x 37
113 x 70 x 39
Weight (excluding battery) (g)
175
165
125
175
CR2 lithium battery x 1 (DC 3V)
Power source
Auto power shutoff function equipped (after about 8 sec.)
Class 1M Laser Product (EN/IEC60825-1:2007)
Safety
EMC
Class I Laser Product (FDA/21 CFR Part 1040.10:1985)
FCC Part15 SubPartB class B, EU:EMC directive, AS/NZS, VCCI class B
RoHS, WEEE
Environment
The specifications of these products may not be achieved depending on the target object’s shape, surface texture and nature, and/or weather conditions.
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Laser Rangefinders
PROSTAFF 3i
7.3-590m/8-650 yds.
ACULON
Laser 1000A S
5-500m/6-550 yds.
Laser 1200S
10-915m/11-1,000 yds.
10-1,100m/11-1,200 yds.
Forestry Pro
Distance:10-500m/11-550 yds./33-999 ft.(*999 ft.:
304.5m/333 yds.) Angle: ±89°
[Internal Display]
Act (Actual Distance):
Actual Distance (upper 4-digit):
every 0.5m/yd., 1 ft. (shorter than 100m/yds./ft.)
every 0.5m/yd. (shorter than 1,000m/yds.)
every 1m/yd./ft. (100m/yds./ft. and over)
every 1m/yd. (1,000m/yds. and over)
Actual Distance (lower 3-digit):
every 0.2m/yd., 0.5 ft. (shorter than 100m/yds./ft.)
every 1m/yd. (shorter than 1,000m/yds.)
every 1m/yd./ft. (100m/yds./ft. and over)
Horizontal Distance (upper 4-digit):
every 0.2m/yd. (shorter than 1,000m/yds.)
Every 0.1 m/yd.
Every 1m/yd.
every 1m/yd. (1,000m/yds. and over)
Height (lower 3-digit):
Ang (Angle):
Every 0.5m/yd. (shorter than 1,000m/yds.)
Every 1m/yd. (1,000m/yds. and over)
every 0.1° (less than 10°)
every 1° (10° and over)
*Downward angle from the horizontal line: with
every 0.2m/yd. (shorter than ±100m/yds.)
display "-"
every 1m/yd. (±100-999m/yds.)
Slope adjusted distance (Horizontal distance
[External Display]
±Height) (upper 4-digit):
Act (Actual Distance): every 0.5m/yd., 1 ft.
every 0.2m/yd. (shorter than 1,000m/yds.)
Hor (Horizontal Distance) and Hgt (Height):
every 1m/yd. (1,000m/yds. and over)
every 0.2m/yd., 0.5 ft.
Ang (Angle): every 0.1°
6
6
6
7
6
21
20
21
25
21
6.0
7.5
6.0
7.5
5.0
3.5
3.3
3.5
3.6
3.5
18.3
16.7
18.3
18.6
18.2
112 x 70 x 36
91 x 73 x 37
118 x 73 x 41
145 x 82 x 47
130 x 69 x 45
160
125
195
280
210
CR2 lithium battery x 1 (DC3V)
CR2 lithium battery x 1 (DC3V)
Auto power shutoff function equipped (after 8 sec.)
Auto power shutoff function equipped (after 30 sec.)
Class 1M Laser Product (EN/IEC60825-1:2007)
Class 1M Laser product (EN/IEC60825-1:2007)
Class I Laser Product (FDA/21 CFR Part 1040.10:1985)
FCC Part15 SubPartB class B, EU:EMC directive, AS/NZS, VCCI class B
RoHS, WEEE
The specifications of these products may not be achieved depending on the target object’s shape, surface texture and nature, and/or weather conditions.
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Specifications
Hor (Horizontal Distance) and Hgt (Height):
Nikon is constantly developing new ways to prevent environmental pollution and ensure a healthier ecosystem. Back in 1998, we introduced the Nikon Basic Policy for Green
Procurement, a diverse range of activities designed to reduce the environmental impact of our products. Under this policy, we employ materials, parts, and packaging items
produced with special concern for the environment.
In our Environmental Action Plan for Fiscal 2005, we established the goal of completely eliminating seven harmful substances – hexavalent chrome, lead, cadmium, mercury,
PBB, PBDE and polyvinyl chloride – from all Nikon consumer products by September 2005.
Nikon is also in full compliance with the EU's July 2006 RoHS (Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment) directive, as
well as other, newer EU regulations.
We are constantly reducing waste by implementing environmental policies that extend the life of our products and simplify repairs, while minimising energy consumption
through more efficient use of power.
At Nikon, we're wholly committed to developing innovative and exciting eco-friendly products for our precious world.
Specifications and equipment are subject to change without any notice or obligation on the part of the manufacturer.
The colour of products in this brochure may differ from the actual products due to the colour of the printing ink used.
August 2014
©2014 NIKON VISION CO., LTD.
WARNING
Printed with vegetable ink.
Never look at the sun directly through optical equipment.
It may cause damage to or loss of eyesight.
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Tokyo 142-0043, Japan
Tel: +81-3-3788-7697 Fax: +81-3-3788-7698
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