Product Code: BDA005AA

Nikon 7x15 High Grade (HG) Monocular

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Manufacturer Code: BDA005AA
018208890422 UPC : 018208890422
Brand:  Nikon
RRP: 299.00239.00Inc VAT 20%You Save:  60.00
Nikon 7x15 High Grade (HG) Monocular: Attractive design and silver colour Nikon 7x15 monocular constructed from durable material. The ergonomic design and light weight make it ideal to carry to any place at comfort and can be placed in pocket easily. The lens elements employed are of high quality and the prism is coated with high reflective silver coating for better transmission of light through them. The images offered are brighter and sharper. All the lens elements are multicoated to reduce the ghost formation and offers brighter images. The monocular offers minimum focusing distance of 0.8m and maximum at infinity. Larger field of view facilitates the viewing of the larger area and offers best choice for observing moving objects. Nikon 7x15 High Grade (HG) Monocular is available at Microglobe at great discounted price.
Nikon 7x15 High Grade

Nikon 7x15 High Grade (HG) Monocular

Features - Nikon 7x15 High Grade (HG) Monocular

Prism features high-reflection silver coating for brighter images.
Phase-correction-coated prisms for high resolution.
Multilayer-coated lenses, reduces flare and ghosting.
Close focusing distance 0.8m.

Specification - Nikon 7x15 High Grade (HG) Monocular

Magnification 7x
Objective diameter 15mm
Real Angular field of view 6.6
Apparent Angular field of view 44
Field of view at 1,000 115 mm
Exit pupil 2.1 mm
Relative brightness 4.4
Eye relief 12 mm
Close focusing distance 0.8m
Weight 75g
Length 71 mm
Width 30 mm

Kit Contents
Nikon 7x15 High Grade (HG) Monocular 
Carrying case

Neck strap

User Manual




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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 11 February, 2014.