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Nikon 10x42 Water Proof Roof Prism Binocular with 6° Field of View, USA

SKU: NK1042P MFR: 7536

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Nikon 10x42 Premier: Picture 1 regular $1,599.95

About Nikon 10x42 Premier

The Nikon 10x42 Premier Waterproof Binocular enhances resolution for excellent detail. High-reflection silver coating on the prism surface for the brightest images. It features waterproof/fogproof optical performance and it is second to none in light gathering, ergonomics and durability.

Nikon 10x42 Premier Features

  • Phase-Correction enhances resolution for excellent detail.
  • It features silver coated prism surface for brightest images.
  • Nikon's Exclusive Field Flattener and Eyepiece Design for remarkably sharp, clear viewing.
  • Multiple layers of anti-reflective compounds on every glass surface for bright, vivid sight pictures.
  • Quick, Central Focus Knob for fast subject acquisition.
  • Durable and Protective, Rubber-Armored Coating provides excellent non-slip grip, wet or dry.
  • Sturdy, Die-Cast Magnesium-Alloy Body cuts weight without sacrificing durability.
  • Turn-and-Slide Rubber Eyecups with multi-click adjustments are extremely eyeglass-friendly.
  • Waterproof/Fogproof: Nitrogen filled and O-ring sealed

Nikon 10x42 Premier Specifications

Focusing System
Objective Diameter
Real Angular Field of View
Apparent Angular Field of View
FOV 1000 yds.
314 ft.
Close Focus Distance
9.8 ft.
Exit Pupil
Relative Brightness
Eye Relief
L 6.2" x W 5.5" (157mm x 139mm)
27.9 oz. (790gm)
Nikon lifetime warranty
Mfr #

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John G  Is this model the lightest weight in the premier series?
RICHARD M  John, You will have to check the Nikon specs to answer the weight question. I think Nikon makes an 8 x 42, which should be lighter than the 10 power. That said, I really like my binocular. I have used many brands, and like this Nikon better than my older Zeiss and Swarovski. I use mine for birding and for hunting, and have carried mine all day for ten days in Zimbabwe, with no discomfort. Nikon Premier binoculars are top of the line in my view. If you plan to use one primarily for birding in forest, at fairly close range, I would get an 8 power. If you will use it for hunting in open terrain, for use in birding for shorebirds, waterfowl or in open terrain, the 10 power is superior.
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