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Sig Sauer Zulu7 Binoculars 8x42mm, BAK4 Prism, Graphite/Black

Sig Sauer Zulu7 Binoculars 8x42mm, BAK4 Prism, Graphite/Black


 
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Sig Sauer Zulu7 Binoculars 8x42mm, BAK4 Prism, Graphite/Black

This premium, open-hinged short-to-long range roof prism Zulu7 lightweight binocular utilizes our industry leading HDX optical design that combines extra-low dispersion glass with high light transmittance glass to provide you with the maximum in color, image brightness, and absolute clarity. An image that is truly stunning to behold.

Features:

- The fully multi-coated Zulu7 roof prism binocular incorporates SHR (Super High Reflection) ?phase-coated BAK4 prisms for unmatched resolution and image contrast with generous ?eye relief through multi-position twist-up eyecups
- This versatile binocular offers a maximized FOV through the 8x model, and for wide open ?spaces where distance is a factor, the 10x model provides the perfect magnification level
- Durable rubber armor further protects the Zulu7, while also providing a non-slip grip with ?or without gloves on
- The multi-position twist-up eyecups provide a custom fit for each user
- Dependable waterproof (IPX-7 rated for complete water immersion up to 1 meter) and ?fog-proof performance
- The Zulu7 binocular is tripod-compatible

Accessories Included:

- Tethered Objective Lens Covers
- Deluxe Neck/Shoulder Strap
- Lens Cloth
- Premium Padded Ballistic Nylon Case

Specifications:

- Magnification: 8x
- Objective Clear Aperture: 42mm
- Prism Type: BAK4
- Eye Relief: 20mm
- Exit Pupil: 5.3mm
- Linear Field Of View: 378 Feet at 1000 Yards
- Angular Field Of View: 7.2°
- Close Focus Distance: 5.90 Feet
- Interpupillary Distance: 56mm - 74mm
- Diopter Range: +/- 3
- Length: 5.80"
- Weight: 33 oz
- Color: Graphite / Black
Shipping Dimensions

Item Weight: 4 pounds.
Billable Weight : 5 pounds.
Dimensions: 8.25" (W) x 5" (H) x 11.25" (D)

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