Wildlife XP 8x44
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The new Wildlife XP is our best optic for observing nature and wildlife. Ultra-high-definition optics ground from fluoride glass produce extraordinary detail and light transmission throughout the entire visible spectrum. The optical system produces an exceptionally wide field of view and true color fidelity for breathtaking views of birds and wildlife in their natural habitat.
The combination of HD optics, compact, ergonomic design, wide field-of-view and low-light performance makes it ideal for naturalists and birders.
Included Accessories: Case, Cleaning Cloth, Neck Strap, Objective Covers, Rain Guard, Shoulder Strap
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STEINER ULTRA-HD OPTICS HD
fluoride glass ensures brilliant color fidelity and outstanding edge-to-edge sharpness.
for the right and left eyepieces allow for individual diopter settings to suit your personal visual activity.
for faster reaction times when viewing wildlife or birds. Set the Distance-Control-System for a known distance to eliminate the need for fine-tuning the focusing knob.
COMFORT GRIP SYSTEM
includes textured rubber armoring and soft TechnoGel® thumb pads to reduce hand fatigue over long periods of viewing.
N2 INJECTION SYSTEM
seals 14-psi pressurized dry nitrogen into the optic, for fogproof clarity in any condition from arctic cold to desert heat.
attaches and releases neck strap or harness with instant, push-button ease, and keeps binoculars hanging straight and action-ready.
|Item No.||Magnification||Objective Lens||Field of View||Special Feature||Ranging Distance|
|2302||8 x||44 mm||-||Distance-Control-System||N/A|
Have Steiner Wildlife XP 8x44 and am hoping to apply an adapter to fit onto a tripod. Removal dust cover at rear hinge where some binocs have a threaded barrel which can support a tripod adaptor. Do threads exist behind the plate here? Thoughts? Ideas?
What kind of warranty are these protected by?
I just purchased a pair of 8x44 Wildlife XP's and I love them. My binoculars do not indicate "Steiner Germany" on the right side of the rear bridge in comparison to the product photos on the website. Were some of these not manufactured in Germany?
Hello, I have seen differing numbers for the field of view. Is it 400ft@1000yds or 436ft@1000yds?
Is it possible for the eye cups to be removed? If so, please tell me how to do it.
What is the Eye Relief specification for these (Wildlife XP 8x44)?
Is the Wildlife XP the Discovery or Peregrine under another name?
How ls the lighttransmision on a wildlife xp 8x44
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