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Simmons ProSport 10x25 Compact Binocular Porro Prisms Matte Black 899870

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The ProSport 10x25 Compact Binocular from Simmons is a reverse Porro prism design. A reverse Porro prism means that the objectives are closer to each other than the eyepieces. This allows a lighter, more compact unit than the more commonly found straight Porro design. The single 10x power provides quite adequate magnification that simplifies the mechanical movements over a zoom optic. A wide 61.7 field of view is an opportunity to scan large areas of panoramic vistas or be able to watch the whole playing field at once. Multi coated optics affords brighter and sharper images with higher contrast. It weighs in at a very svelte 9 ounces with ridged and tactile surfaces for a non-slip feel. This is a straight-forward binocular that satisfies a multitude of utilitarian usages.

Specifications and Features:
Black finish
Can be used with a tripod
Wide AAOV of 61.7 at 10x
Offers a single magnification of 10x and a compact 25mm objective
BAK7 reverse Porro prisms offer enhanced brightness and sharp contrast
A very lightweight binocular with a short focus of under 10 feet that brings close objects even closer
Reverse Porro prisms for a smaller more lightweight design (9 ounces) with eyepieces farther apart than the objective lenses
Multicoated optics on at least one lens surface reduces light loss and glare due to reflection offering a brighter, higher-contrast image
Prism Type Porro
Magnification 10x
Objective Lens Diameter: 25 mm
Angle of View: 6.2
Field of View: 324' at 1000 yd
Minimum Focus Distance: 9.84'
Exit Pupil Diameter: 2.5 mm
Eye Relief: 12 mm
Focus Type: Center
Weight: 9 oz 
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