Celestron, a leading designer and manufacturer of high-quality optical products including telescopes, sport optics, microscopes, and outdoor electronics, has unveiled its new line of LandScout Porro Prism binoculars. If you’ve been on the hunt for tough, durable binoculars which have a quality lens with superior features and an unbeatable price, look no further.
As the press release points out, these binoculars are popular among hunters, and they’re great for sporting events, boating, birding, and camping. There are four models in this series, and each boasts large exit pupils, meaning images are rendered bright in full magnification. In addition, these binoculars offer excellent lowlight performance. BaK-4 Prisms increase contrast and resolution for sharper images with more detail. There’s no guesswork when glassing a buck to decide if it’s a shooter. These fully multi-coated optics greatly increase light transmission through the optical path for brighter images with increased resolution. Each LandScout Porro Prism model also offers great eye relief, enabling all users to see the entire field of view.
Celestron’s LandScout Porro Prism Binoculars are waterproof, fog proof and nitrogen purged. They also have an aluminum frame making them capable of withstanding use in the field, and adjustable twist-up eyecups to position the eyes at the right distance for optimum viewing, regardless of whether or not the user is wearing eyeglasses.
LandScout Binoculars are tripod-adaptable and include objective lens caps, a neck strap, rainguard, lens cloth, carrying case and a Limited Lifetime Warranty. MSRP ranges from $89.95 to $119.95, depending on the model.
For more information, visit http://www.celestron.com
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