M750rc 7x50rc

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When tactical operations take place in challenging conditions – and they always do – these are the optics to count on. Proven on missions from extreme darkness to high-altitude sun, arctic cold to desert heat, they give you exactly the optical capabilities you need: mid-90% light transmission, image clarity from edge to edge, belly crawling toughness, even integrated compass, range-finding or custom reticles, and laser protection if desired. When your mission demands optical superiority, now you have it.

Integrates bright image, illuminated HD stabilized compass, and range finding reticle, giving you the ability to accurately identify targets and determine bearings and distance to the single degree.

  • Magnification 7x
  • Weight 39.7 oz
  • Width 8.1
  • Height 5.5
  • Item no. 383

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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.


Cylindrical Eyecups

shield the eyes from sun, grit and wind, and can be folded down for viewing with sunglasses or gas masks.


NBR Rubber Armoring

is durable, slip-proof and noiseless to ensure secure, chassis protecting grip in all conditions.


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.


Ranging Reticle

a versatile ranging reticle found on all "r" models that be used to judge both the height and distance to a target.


Item No.MagnificationObjective LensField of ViewSpecial FeatureRanging Distance
3837x50392 ft.HD Stabilized Compass, Mil Ranging Reticle, Military SpecificationsN/A
Field of View392 ft.
Objective Lens50
Focus SystemSports-Auto-Focus™
Optics SystemsFully Multi Coated
Close Focus66
Exit Pupil7.1 mm
Twilight Factor18.7
CompassHD Stabilized
Rubber ArmoringNBR Long Life
WaterproofSubmersion to 16 ft.
Weight39.7 oz.
Dimension (HxWxL)5.5 x 8.1 x 3.7
Neck StrapYes
Neck Strap AttachmentStandard
Battery1.5 V 350
WarrantyHeritage™ Warranty
Objective CoverYes
Rain Protection CapYes

M750rc 7x50rc is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best warranty ever I had these binoculars for years and they were pretty tattered. I sent them back to Steiner for repair and, with no questions asked, they sent a brand new pair (or at least they looked new). I would;t buy any other binoculars. Steiner are the best.
Date published: 2015-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent binoculars for long range rifle Steiner 7x50rc are excellent binoculars for unknown distance target acquisition. When looking for targets the ultra clear and crisp glass is great with no eye fatigue over long periods of time. The mil reticle in conjunction with the compass is great for locating targets and describing the location to shooter/spotter. Having a mil reticle in your binoculars, spotting scope and rifle scope makes everything work smoothly between shooter and spotter, everyone is speaking the same language. I highly recommend these to any serious long range shooter
Date published: 2015-12-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from True Lifetime Warranty For 35 years I trusted these binoculars taking collision bearings at sea, particularly at night. When the compass froze, I sent them back for repair and received in the mail a package with a brand new pair. No charge, even for shipping, and no questions asked. The night vision and stability of the compass on a moving deck inspire confidence. I own another brand of equal cost that I sometimes use during the daytime but never at night. When life is at stake, Steiners are a bargain.
Date published: 2015-12-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product. Great warranty I have had a pair of 750C's I bought 30+ years ago and used and abused in the middle east, Africa and lots of time on a boat and in the mountains. Love the sharp optics, low light, durability and everything about them. But, the compass had stopped working, coating peeling etc so I sent them to Steiner to get them reconditioned. Less than a week later a new pair of M750RC showed up. Great product, great company.
Date published: 2017-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Stainer Military, 7x50 w compass has class I bought this pair in the fall,of 1983,and the quality is superb, still going strong, l just love them.Jerry Di Trolio,09/30/2016
Date published: 2016-09-30
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Does Steiner make a binocular with stabilization or stabilized when viewing. I am looking for binoculars with this feature. I've used Steiner binoc's for years and prefer to use them if you offer this feature. thanks

Asked by: steven1945
While all of our compass-equipped models have HD-Stabilized compass reticles, we do not offer any binocular models with stabilization when viewing.
Answered by: SteinerCS
Date published: 2016-03-23

What size battery please

Asked by: camilla1
This unit uses a 1.5 V 350 battery.
Answered by: Steiner eOptics 1
Date published: 2017-04-12

I just purchased a used pair of military commander 7x50rc (383) binoculars. The optics are fantastic, but the compass has a black smudge between 05 and 10 degrees. Is it possible to repair this myself? How how does one replace the battery on these?

Asked by: Sailorman
Answered by: Steiner Tech Support
Date published: 2017-12-19

Hi there I have a commander 7x50 with compass, my compass was broken and need to replace with a new one. I lived in Hong Kong, Pls let me know can I get a new compass to replace it.? How much?

Asked by: Oldjohn98
You will need to contact our Hong Kong dealer. Shriro (H.K.) Ltd. Suites 4201-0342/F, One Island East, No. 18 Westlands RoadHong Kong Tel: +86 852 2524 5031, Fax: +86 852 2810 6586 info@shriro.com.hk, www.shriro.com.hk
Answered by: SteinerCustomerService
Date published: 2016-05-18

how are type of batery for commander lll 7x50

Asked by: allcity
Answered by: Steiner Tech Support
Date published: 2017-10-26

I have had my Commander 7x50 since the mid 1980's.  Love the optics and use it a lot.  However, the battery has long since died.  What battery can I get for it so the compass and light work?

Asked by: Steve3415
That pair of binoculars should take 3v 344/350 size batteries
Answered by: pharding
Date published: 2016-03-23

I'm a LA County Life Guard and am looking for a great pair of binoculars. I also love to go out boating ounce in a while. Would these be a good, or should I go with the Marine binocular?

Asked by: Neszy
It's a fantastic choice, but it might be a bit of overkill for your purposes. Check out the Navigator Pro 7x50c.
Answered by: TeamSteiner
Date published: 2016-03-23

My 7x50c HD stabilized (about 10 years old looks like it takes 2 - 350 battery's. I put them in and it still does not stabilize the view. Is this what the battery is supposed to do?

Asked by: boatsj
The batteries power the compass.
Answered by: Steiner Tech Support
Date published: 2017-08-31
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