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Visionary Binoculars

High quality waterproof DCF binoculars with BaK4 prisms.
The WETLAND series are designed for birdwatching and nature viewing.

Rubber armoured and fully waterproof, Wetland binoculars are quite at home in the tough outdoors.

High grade roof prisms, coated lenses for great clarity and colour.

Twist-up/twist-down eyecups for spectacle wearers.

Stock Availability: Available from stock

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This page updated: 18 December 2017
Visionary Wetland
Magnification8x
Objective42mm
Field of View (°)6.8°
Twilight Factor18.33
Exit Pupil Size5.25mm
Weight630g
Dimensions: HxWxD155x115x55mm
Case / StrapYes
Price£69.00
Including VAT @ 20% and UK shipping
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Michelle
23/03/2008 12:57:10
in use are these binoculars quite easy to manage, i have small hands and find a lot of binoculars too big

eebc - Jamie
23/03/2008 13:02:35
I too have quite small hands and do not have any problems with the Visionary Wetland range of binoculars.

The 8x42 and 10x42 have quite big focusing wheels, which are easy to turn and make focusing the binoculars quick and accurate.

I would not think you would have any problems, if you are close to Lincoln, come and have a try with them.

Phil Dickinson
04/07/2008 14:39:22
Simple question:
What does DCF stand for and mean?

Phil

eebc - Chris
04/07/2008 14:55:10
We tend to avoid the use of acronyms and specific terminology when is does not really help, I will change the description soon.

D = Dach (German for Roof) as they have roof prisms.
CF = Centre focusing.
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