Pentax 8.5x21 Papilio II Series Porro Prism Butterfly Binocular with 6.0 Degree Angle of View, Gray

SKU: PX8521P2 MFR: 62002

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Pentax 6.5x21 Papilio: Picture 1 regular $146.00

About Pentax 6.5x21 Papilio

Pentax binocular series is called Papilio, the Latin word for butterfly, PENTAX Papilio 8.5x21 binoculars are the perfect choice for insect observation in the field and in museums and galleries. The enhanced observation capability of the Papilio binoculars is made possible by a PENTAX Convergent Lens Optical System Engineering (CLOSE) mechanism. The CLOSE mechanism automatically slides the left and right objective lenses toward the center when the focus is fixed at a short distance.

Pentax 6.5x21 Papilio Features

  • No other binoculars like them on the market!
  • Ideally suited for viewing insects, birds, artwork or any other object at close ranges
  • Tough rubber covered exterior provides a sure grip and protects the internal mechanisms
  • C.L.O.S.E. (Convergent Lens Optical System Engineering) allows them to focus down to 1.6 feet
  • Sleek, contemporary ultra-compact body with unibody construction
  • Revolutionary dual-axis, single body housing with synchronized eye-piece adjustment to assure correct optical alignment for comfortable viewing
  • Fast and easy center focusing for handling ease
  • Helicoid eyepiece rings for extra viewing comfort
  • Fully multi-coated optics to eliminate harmful ultraviolet rays while ensuring maximum light transmission, resulting in high-quality viewing. Every surface of every element is fully coated, minimizing internal glare and flare and giving a bright clear view.
  • High quality BaK4 Porro prisms transmit more light at the edges to enhance illumination for easier viewing in dim light
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