They are rainproof, but should not be immersed in water
A weight of 730 g and compact to fit in a bag
Field of view
Observe an area, at a distance from 93 m to 1000 m.
Observed objects appear to be 10 times closer.
Easy to transport
Includes a carrying case and neck strap
Dimensions: 146x127x50mm mm
Exit pupil: 4.2 mm
Brightness index: 17.6
Twilight factor: 20.5
Field of vision: 93 m to 1,000 m distance
Closest observation point: 5 m
Watertight and anti-fog: NO, water-resistant (waterproof)
Lens coating: MC (MultiCoated)
Plastic casing in fibreglass-reinforced ABS
Brightness and use
For occasional use, the Bushnell Powerview 100 10x42 binoculars are very versatile. They are ideal for observing during the day until early dusk.
Therefore, they work very well for hiking, wildlife discovery, and occasional hunting.
TIPS FOR THOSE WHO WEAR GLASSES AND SHARPNESS ADJUSTMENT
Twist up eyecups for spectacle wearers.
For non-spectacle wearers, twist out the eyecups as far as they will go. For spectacle wearers, twist the eyecups down to the binocular body.To obtain a clear, sharp image of the observed animal, turn the central focusing knob to the left or right until you get a sharp image.
ADJUSTMENT OF DIOPTRE COMPENSATION
To compensate for difference in visual acuity between your eyes:
Close your right eye and focus on an object about metres away using the central knob. Once the object is sharp, close the other eye and repeat the operation, this time using the dioptre correction ring located near the right eyecup. The difference between your eyes is now compensated for. You no longer need to use the dioptre correction ring.