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Leupold Binoculars

Leupold Mesa porro prism binoculars have multicoated lenses to provide enhanced image quality and twist up/twist down eyecups for use with or without spectacles.

Leupold seem to be one of the few manufacturers to be continuing to provide a good, high quality traditional porro prism binocular. The porro prism design provides more of a 3D image than the roof prism models, as the objective (front) lenses are further apart.

Leupold Mesa binoculars are rubber armoured and are supplied with a case, strap and a limited lifetime guarantee.

With 10x magnification the Leopold Mesa binoculars are ideal for most applications, whilst the 50mm objective lens gives a good bright image even in low light situations, this makes them ideal at dawn or dusk and for astronomy.

Stock Availability: Discontinued, details shown for reference purposes only.

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This page updated: 14 November 2011
Leupold Mesa
Field of View (°)5.5°
Twilight Factor22.36
Min Focusing9m
Eye Relief18mm
Exit Pupil Size5.00mm
Dimensions: L (mm)166mm
Case / StrapYes
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15/09/2006 15:45:45
What type of lens does this model have? Are they BAC4?

eebc - Chris
15/09/2006 16:43:41
The prisms are BaK-4 and the lenses are multi-coated.

13/05/2007 10:10:25
10x50 is recommended for astronomy why?

eebc - Jamie
13/05/2007 11:07:15
10x50 binoculars just have everything going for them for astronomy. They generally have a wide field of view which means you can get more sky into the image frame, they have a 5mm exit pupil which although not quite as wide as the human pupil allows a lot of light through the instrument to the eye. They are usually light enough to use without a tripod.

We have sold many pairs of the Leupold Mesa 10x50 to people taking up astronomy, most of them do end up buying a telescope once they have learnt their away around the night sky with binoculars.

Mr. J. Parkin
08/04/2011 12:17:45
Excellent bincoualrs, ordered them yesterday and they arrived today - thank you so much.

eebc - Chris
09/04/2011 10:09:36
Thank you for your comments.
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