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Opticron Binoculars

Opticron Marine Pro Series II have 7x50 specification, individual eyepiece focusing, enlarged porro prisms and anti-reflective multicoatings to ensure superb light transmission, clarity and depth of field.

These binoculars are fully waterproof, nitrogen filled, rubber armoured, have fold down eyecups for
spectacle wearers, are supplied with a case and strap.




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This page updated: 15 December 2017
Opticron Marine Pro Series II
Magnification7x
Objective50mm
Field of View (°)7.2°
Twilight Factor18.71
Eye Relief24mm
Exit Pupil Size7.14mm
Weight1241g
Dimensions: HxW195x205mm
Case / StrapYes
Price£299.00
Including VAT @ 20% and UK shipping
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Joe500
11/03/2011 14:34:11
I m looking for a WP wide aperture monocular and am reduced to considering cutting a binocular (such as Opticron Marine), with an open bridge and independently focusing eyepieces, into two! Is there any problem in doing this (apart from taking care to avoid damage) or are there any new WP 7x50 monoculars out there?

eebc - Jamie.
03/11/2011 15:14:08
There are not many monoculars with large objective lenses. Illusion do a 7x35 and a 10x50, Visionary have a 10x50 which is also waterproofed (prices approx £40, £50, and £60).

There used to be a fairly good Russian 10x50 (and I believe a 7x50 version), but I have not seen these sold in the UK for years.

Something like the Opticron Marine, could probably be taken apart fairly easily, I can not remember how exactly they go together, but I think it would be a case of removing the central hinge by taking out a few screws, rather than getting the hacksaw out.

Joe500
11/03/2011 17:28:35
Thanks for that. If the Opticron Marine can be dismantled at the hinge Into two monoculars (and potentially put back together again!) that would be better than taking out the hacksaw to a nice binocular!

eebc - Jamie.
04/11/2011 14:19:04
I have just spoken to Opticron, they say you should be able to get it appart at the hinge (although the chap could not remember off the top of his head, how exactly they go together).

At least no hacksaw is required!
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