Navigator Pro 7x30
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The porro prism Navigator Pro Series is the choice for recreational boaters, weekend anglers and hobby sailors. It offers exceptional performance for the price with many of the features found on premium, world-famous Steiner marine binoculars. Although not built to military specification, they will provide a lifetime of use for most water enthusiasts.
Featuring a compact frame and High Contrast lens coatings for clear images in an easy-to-handle size
- Magnification 7x
- Weight 18.5 oz
- Width 6.5
- Height 4.2
- Item no. 7645
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is the marine standard, with a wide, stable image for tracking other boats, buoys and bridge numbers even in rough water.
High Contrast Optics
provide bright, sharply contoured images with natural color definition for outstanding viewing quality suitable for both beginners and professionals.
Floating Prism System
uses flexible silicone lens mount to absorb severe shock, impact and abuse without damage
Sports-Auto Focus™ System
lets you focus each eyepiece to your vision once, then keeps images razor sharp from 20 yards to infinity. No more chasing focus on moving objects.
is durable polycarbonate with NBR Long Life rubber armoring, creating a lightweight, rugged chassis that withstands 11 Gs of impact. Impervious to harsh conditions for generations of trusted use.
N2 injection™ system
seals 14-psi pressurized dry nitrogen into the optic, for fogproof clarity in any condition - from artic cold to desert heat.
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Would you recommend the navigators for star gazing?
Is it possible to mount this binocular on a tripod, perhaps with a help of an adapter?? Thanks, and best regards Gary
Can I get my Binocular Re-coated?
what is the difference between the marine and navigator series?
are these waterproof?
What is the difference between the navigator pro 7x30 and the navigator pro 7x50?
Are the optics in the Navigator 7x30 and the MM 8x30 the same? If they are different how do those differences affect performances in bright and low light conditions? Do they transmit color the same?
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