Predator AF 10x42 Reviews
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A giant leap forward in binocular design and function. This advanced optical design keeps everything in focus, near and far.
10x magnification, CAT coatings and a wide field of view make these the ideal hunting binocular. Steiner’s unique CAT (Color Adjusted Transmission) technology let you see deer and other game that are hiding in foliage and shade.
The new Predator AF keeps prey in focus at any speed, any distance. Advanced CAT™ lenses reveal game hidden in cover or shadow. Bright 3D depth and detail enhance your target in all conditions. 8x30 or 10x42 power. Bombproof Makrolon® body. Agile open-bridge design. Waterproof, fogproof, razor-sharp scouting anywhere. Clearly, this is the one to take when you’re out for meat.
Included Accessories: Case, Cleaning Cloth, Strap
BestBinocularsReviews.com awarded the Steiner Predator AF binoculars as the "2019 Best Lightweight/Travel Binocular for Hunting."
"One of the standout features is that these use special lens coatings that help certain game and other wildlife like deer stand out against their environment." - Read Review Here
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CAT™ Color Adjusted Transmission
amplifies contrast in the peak human vision sensitivity range, to spot game in any environment.
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.
makes this binocular lighter and easier to grip. It’s also more comfortable to hold when scouting for game.
|Item No.||Magnification||Objective Lens||Field of View||Special Feature||Ranging Distance|
|2046||10 x||42 mm||381 yd at 1000 ft||-||-|
What are the two black sleeves that come with these?
To whom it may concern, could you please explain what "8x30 or 10x42" stands for? Thank you, best regards.
I need a eye cap for 10x42 predators. They are15-20 years old and not shaped like the news ones listed. Can I get an eye cap from you?
Where are these made?
How do you attach this model to a tripod? Is there a compatible adapter?
Does the AF used batteries?
Are these auto focus? Is there a knob to focus manually? I don’t understand how these work. Thank you
Hello - I wear glasses and am wondering if the eye cups that come on the binoculars would be an issue for me. What is your advice?
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