Steiner Navigator Pro 7x30 marine binoculars - Extremely rugged, sharp images, 5m water proof - Outstanding viewing quality for beginners and professionals, Blue

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Steiner Navigator Pro 7x30 marine binoculars - Extremely rugged, sharp images, 5m water proof - Outstanding viewing quality for beginners and professionals, Blue

Steiner Navigator Pro 7x30 marine binoculars - Extremely rugged, sharp images, 5m water proof - Outstanding viewing quality for beginners and professionals, Blue

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The level of grip you get is also excellent, which on a small boat where you can and often do get wet is of more importance than ever. The STEINER 'Auto-Focus' optics guarantee always-sharp images, even while handling the product with one hand. Anyone who looks through Steiner binoculars can sense the passion and the fascinating success story behind the traditional company, founded by Karl Steiner in 1947. Also worth noting is that I never noticed any sort of distortions that can make the image look curved or wavy.

Just don't believe Steiner when they tell you the focusers are stiff because you never really have to use them after a first setup for your vision, and the rest is then done by autofocus . With this high-tech solution from STEINER, fogging or condensation inside the binoculars is completely eliminated.The wide field of view you get from these along with an excellent quality image in my mind makes these an excellent option as a mid-sized birding binocular, be that from a boat or on land. Even if you are not, this layer also helps prevent dust and dirt from sticking to the lens surface and prevents watermarks from being left behind, meaning that you need to clean the lenses less often, and then when you do, less force is needed which is always a good thing. Advanced accessoires We developed for you a new universal attachment system for the neoprene harness. As I have already mentioned in the weight section of this review, for the most part, I feel that the included neck strap is excellent and I would rate it as one of the best. Field of view The already impressive field of view of the Navigator Pro Series has been further improved.

Either way, this is not really what this type of binocular is designed for and so I would still not recommend them to anyone who often needs to view objects at close range. To a point and whilst on a boat, the weight of your binoculars is not really an issue as unlike walking, the vessel is doing most of the carrying for you. As they are less complicated and thus easier and probably also cheaper to make than twist-up eye-cups, this type of eyecup is often found on cheap binoculars, and as such these low-quality cups (often with very little eye-relief) tend to offer a poor user experience.Whilst certainly not essential, Steiner's Hydrophobic "Nano-Protection" is a very nice feature to have on the water and I love the way the water acts like it is almost allergic to the glass and simply runs off it. In addition to a firm grip, the new, wave-like rubber armouring texture also offers the special ability to repel water to ensure non-slip and safe handling, especially in heavy rain. What’s more, they also come with a practical carry strap so that you can carry them around your neck when you’re out and about. Yes, most certainly: If you are in the market for a high performance, but reasonably compact binocular to take on just about any canoe, kayak, boat, yacht, or indeed just about any marine vessel then I have absolutely no hesitation in highly recommending these Steiner Navigator Pro 7x30 binoculars and I will most certainly be using them again of future trips and probably use them as my benchmark for this type of use.

Even temperature fluctuations from -20 °C to +70 °C do not impair the functionality of nitrogen-filled STEINER binoculars. All is not lost however, as I know some have had good results with the higher end [read expensive] versions with the Hi-definition optics. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. Probably most importantly is that a Porro prism is far simpler and does not require any special coatings added to them to correct the light going out of phase as it passes through them, nor do they require any highly reflective mirror coatings to increase the light transmission levels, both of which are needed on a Roof prism to get the best out of them. The Fuji 6x30 or 8x30 might be better if you can find one and don't mind the extra weight in comparison.The large, illuminated compass is also equipped with a bearing mark to enable safe and reliable navigation on all seas.



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