T856r

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The next evolutionary step in lowlight binoculars. This technology combined with Steiner’s Sports-Auto Focus™ produces the ultimate optic for low-light observation. Light transmission of 96%+.

Included Accessories: Case, Cleaning Cloth, Neck Strap, Objective Covers, Rain Guard, Shoulder Strap

MSRP: 
$1,248.99

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Product Features: 

SUMR RETICLE

The Steiner Universal Milling Reticle offers fine graduations for accurately measuring target size or distance.

SPORTS-AUTO FOCUS™

Set each eyepiece to your vision and everything from 20 yards to infinity is razor sharp-day or night.

BEST IN INDUSTRY LIGHT TRANSMISSION (96+%)

Industry’s highest light transmission, night surveillance takes on a new dimension.

MILITARY RUGGEDNESS PRECISION AND PERFORMANCE

Provide more than half a century of battle-proven reliability and built to perform in the toughest conditions.

SPECIFICATIONS:

Item No.MagnificationObjective LensField of ViewSpecial FeatureRanging Distance
20538 x56 mm441 ft at 1000 yards--
Field of View441 ft at 1000 yards
Objective Lens56 mm
Ranging Distance-
Focus SystemSports-Auto Focus™
Optics SystemsDiamond Night Coating
Close Focus66 ft
Angle of View-
Exit Pupil7 mm
Eye Relief-
IP Distance56 - 74 mm
Diopter Range+/- 5 dpt
Luminosity49
Twilight Factor21.2
CompassNo
EyecupsErgonomic
Rubber ArmoringNBR Long Life Rubber Armoring
Waterproof5 m
Weight38.9 oz
Dimension (HxWxL)7.11 in x 8.2 in x 8.3 in
Neck StrapNeoprene
Neck Strap AttachmentClickLoc®
Battery-
Special Features-
WarrantyHeritage™ Warranty
Nitrogen FilledYes
Objective CoverIncluded
Rain Protection CapIncluded
Carry CaseYes

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hi, what is the difference between T856r and shadowquest 8x56? looking for a hand holding bino for astronomy.

Asked by: gilked
The Tacticals will have a reticle, which is completely useless for astronomy. I would definitely do the Shadow Quest binoculars.
Answered by: Steiner Tech Support
Date published: 2021-09-12
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