Olympus Trooper 7x35 DPS I, UV Protected, Weather Resistant Porro Prism Binocular, with 9.3 Degree Angle of View

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About Olympus 7x35 Porro Prism

• These sleek and rugged, black finished binoculars with 7x optical power comes in one powerful and affordable package. This standard, Porro Prism binocular makes for easy wide-angle viewing and spares the bank account as well.
• This wide view angle makes the binoculars ideal for tracking fast moving subjects, besides its foldable rubber eyecups and long eye relief provide the ultimate in viewing comfort.



Olympus 7x35 Porro Prism Features

  • Wide-angle field of view for fast-moving subjects.
  • Anti-reflective lens coating for better image brightness, contrast and quality.
  • Large center focus knob for fast, easy focusing.
  • Built-in dioptic correction adjusts to individual eyesight.
  • UV Protection for worry-free viewing.
  • Rugged, high-quality finish with sure-grip rubber coating.

Olympus 7x35 Porro Prism Specifications

Binocular Type
Porro Prism.
Magnification
7x
Objective Lens Diameter
35 mm.
Exit Pupil Diameter
5.0 mm.
Real Angle of View
9.3°
Field of View at 1000 Yards
486 ft. / 162 m
Relative Brightness
25
Eye Relief
12 mm
Diopter Adjustment Range
Over ± 2D
Eye Interval Adjustment Range
60 - 70 mm
Near Focus Distance
9.8 ft. / 3 m
Weight
22.9 oz. / 650 g
Dimensions
6.7" (W) x 4.6" (H) x 2.5" (D) / 650 mm (W) x 170 mm (H) x 64 mm (D)
Lens Composition
5 elements in 3 groups
Mfr #
118750
SKU
OMX735T

Olympus 7x35 Porro Prism Reviews

Reviewed by 1 customers

(1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Good Kids Binocular

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from Milwaukee, WI  -  Avid Adventurer

These binoculars are sharp in 65% of the field of view. No multicoating or phase coating. Flare control is poor. Eyecups don't extend or retract. Center focusing knob is smooth, and so is the diopter. Diopter is adjusted by turning the eyecup. Lens/eyepiece covers are not attached and will get lost. Case is a cheep padded bag. [...]The bottom line is that they work. Unlike most of the other binoculars in this price range. I Bought these binoculars for the kids and they love them. Remember, if a child is going to use any optical device that you instruct them on the proper use and warnings. Don't let your child use them unsupervised. After all their just kids.

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