Luger MD 6x30 Monocular
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Luger MD 6x30 Monocular

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kids,kids,kids... a fantastic piece of equipment, perfect for those lonely days in the park... 19 January 2013
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The Luger MD 6x30 Monocular features carefully selected, accurately cut and immaculately coated lenses that guarantee bright images and sharp contrasts. Its tough construction protects the high-grade premium quality optics, which provide a tremendous field of view.
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The Luger MD 6x30 Monocular features carefully selected, accurately cut and immaculately coated lenses that guarantee bright images and sharp contrasts. Its tough construction protects the high-grade premium quality optics, which provide a tremendous field of view.

Features

  • Magnification/power: 6x
  • Objective lens diameter: 30mm
  • Field of view (m/1000m): 183
  • Rubber armouring
  • Spectacle wearers' eyecups
  • Tripod adapter fitting
  • Integrated carrying strap
  • Includes carry case
  • Dimensions: 116x58mm
  • Weight: 212g

Glossary

Objective lens diameter:Determines the amount of light that penetrates the objective lens of binoculars or spotting scopes. The larger the diameter, the greater the amount of light that enters the optical system, and the brighter the image.
Field of view:When looking through binoculars or spotting scopes, a circular image appears. The width of this image is referred to as the "field of view". For binoculars and spotting scopes the field of view is being measured for m/1000m. The corresponding figure indicates the width of the area visible at a distance of 1000m. The higher the magnification, the smaller the field of view.