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Nikon Action Binoculars
written by Michael Burch

So why pay premium prices for binoculars, when you can get a pair of Nikon binos for around a $100?
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The binoculars utilize a high-resolution aspherical lens system engineered to provide an extremely clear, distortion-free image over the entire field of view. 

I don't have to say it, because it's something that all outdoor enthusiast already know - Nikon makes great optics.  In fact, I could probably just put up the price of the Nikon Action Binoculars, and wouldn't have to write anything more. 

 

We know Nikon for their fantastic lenses, durability, and reliability, so why pay premium prices for binoculars, when you can get a pair of Nikon binos for around a $100? 

 

Like all their binoculars, the Action Series incorporate multi-layered, anti-reflective lens coatings engineered to deliver optimum brightness, high contrast, true color rendition and flare-free viewing.  The Action Series utilizes BaK-4 high index prisms for clear, round images.

 

Also included on the Action Series is diopter control for total viewing consistency.  This control, located on the binocular's right eyepiece, is essential to compensate for common left eye/right eye vision imbalance. 

 

The binoculars utilize a high-resolution aspherical lens system engineered to provide an extremely clear, distortion-free image over the entire field of view.  The unique eyepiece design also offers longer eye relief (making many models of the binocular eyeglass friendly) and it provides a close focus distance of just 16.4 feet in the 7x35 and 8x40 versions, and 23 feet in the 10x50 and 12x50 models.

 

Two models of the Action Series, the 7x35 and 8x40 models will provide a field of view of over 400 feet at 1,000 yards, making them true "wide field" binoculars.

 

Action Series binoculars are constructed with an all-metal frame with the lens fittings housed in a tough, lightweight polycarbonate body shell. The binocular bodies are ergonomically shaped, tripod adaptable, and rubber coated for an easy grip.  

 

If you're looking to get a great set of binoculars without emptying your wallet, then check out the Nikon Action Binoculars. 



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