M1580 15x80

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For visual efficiency, extended-viewing comfort and object detail, traditional spotting scopes can’t compare to these high power military binoculars. Originally developed for perimeter and border patrol applications, they now serve military and law enforcement agencies around the world. The massive 80mm objective lenses and unmatched Steiner quality deliver far superior low-light performance and image acuity for artillery teams, SEAL missions, surveillance missions, air traffic controllers, forest fighters and naval patrols.

Offers exceptionally bright images in all light conditions, especially useful for nighttime ops. Crisp resolution and a wide field of view help you locate and identify targets faster and more accurately

  • Magnification 15x
  • Weight 68.1 oz
  • Width 8.9
  • Height 11.6
  • Item no. 415

 

MSRP: 
$1579.99

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Product Features: 

Floating Prism System

uses flexible silicone lens mount to absorb severe shock, impact and abuse without damage

 

Multi-Coated Optics

are state-of-art for brighter picture, higher contrast and sharply contoured images with natural color definition.

 

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.

 

N2 Injection™ system

seals 14-psi pressurized dry nitrogen into the optic, for fogproof clarity in any condition - from artic cold to desert heat.

 

Makrolon® housing

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.

 

Waterproof

to 16 feet pressurized nitrogen filled tubes resist water intrusion even when submerged.

 

Tripod Mount

is included for perfect image stability for long term observation.

 

SPECIFICATIONS

Item No.MagnificationObjective LensField of ViewSpecial FeatureRanging Distance
41515x80195 ft.Tripod Mount, Military SpecificationsN/A
Field of View195 ft.
Objective Lens80
Focus SystemSports-Auto-Focus™
Optics SystemsFully Multi Coated
Close Focus197
Exit Pupil5.3 mm
Luminosity28
Twilight Factor34.6
EyecupsCylindrical
Rubber ArmoringNBR Long Life
WaterproofSubmersion to 16 ft.
Weight68.1 oz.
Dimension (HxWxL)11.6 x 8.9 x 3.8
Neck StrapYes
Neck Strap AttachmentStandard
WarrantyHeritage™ Warranty
Objective CoverYes
Rain Protection CapYes

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The photos of the M1580 show some sort of an attachment part about 15cm connecting the binoculars to the tripod ball head.  What is that attachment?  Is it something standard that I can easily find at camera stores?

Asked by: M49M49
The tripod adapter is included in the packaging for the binoculars when purchased new. If you own a pair and the adapter is missing or lost, they can be purchased from Steinerpartsdirect.com
Answered by: SteinerOptics3
Date published: 2017-05-21

Hi, Are there any export restrictions for shipping to the UK of the M1580 15x80 please and if not what would be the cost of shipping. Thanks Tracy Kendle

Asked by: Tracy Ken
Please visit www.steiner.de to locate a dealer near you.
Answered by: SteinerCustomerService
Date published: 2016-09-09

Regarding the same question yesterday, I am not talking the tripod mount that comes with the package.  I have a tripod mount with my 1580C.  The device on your photos are much longer and bigger.  They are like 6 to 8 inches long.  Do you see it?

Asked by: M49M49
The tripod adapter included in the packaging is the only tripod adapter we manufacture for that binocular. I'm not sure what picture you are seeing, but if you would like to share with us directly, you can email customer-service@steiner-service.com or create a support case at steiner-optics.com/repairs
Answered by: SteinerOptics3
Date published: 2017-05-20

Do these use 100 % Leaded Schott glass....all of the time? I hear some German optics manufacturers often use glass from other countries. If I pay this kind of money, I want to be guaranteed that I will be receiving a product with genuine Schott glass

Asked by: dodgercat

I had found a pair at home that says they were made in West Germany, I was wondering if there is any record of these being made in those years. I have the original box but it doesn't mention year of production or place beside what i see on the binoculars.

Asked by: MarcinN1
On the objective end of the center post will be stambed your 10-digit serial#. the 1st and 3rd digits indicate the year of manufacture.
Answered by: SteinerOptics3
Date published: 2017-05-21
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