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NIKULA 8X60mm Angled Zoom Waterproof Monocular Spotting Scope

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This is a brand new 8 x 60mm straight focusing mini monocular spotting scope. Quickly gauge the distance to the pin with amazing accuracy.It offers 8X magnification power, 60mm objective lens diameter.Fashion design, and it is so convenient to take e...
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Specifications:


  • Spotting scope is a great tool
  • Quickly gauge the distance to the pin with amazing accuracy
  • This unique monocular features free focusing
  • Fashion design, and it is so convenient to take everywhere
  • It offers 8X magnification power, 60mm objective lens diameter
  • Magnification: 8X
  • Objective Lens Diameter: 60mm
  • Prism: BaK-4
  • Field of View Angle:
  • Field Coverage: 105m / 1000m
  • Close Focus: 3m
  • Exit Pupil Diameter: 7.5mm
  • Exit Pupil Distance: 18mm
  • Relative Brightness: 56.25
  • Focusing Range: -5 up to +50dpt
  • Size: 205 x 70 x 85mm / 8.1 x 2.8 x 3.3in (L x W x H)

Details:

NIKULA 8X60mm Angled Zoom Waterproof Monocular Spotting Scope


  • NIKULA 8X60mm Angled Zoom Waterproof Monocular Spotting Scope

NIKULA 8X60mm Angled Zoom Waterproof Monocular Spotting Scope


  • Fashion design is very attractive

How to Use a Spotting Scope


  • Sometimes it is easier or better to use a spotting scope than a pair of binoculars or a telescope. A spotting scope is easier to carry than a telescope and provides for more magnification than binoculars. Here are some suggestions on using a spotting scope properly

Instructions:


  • Get in a position where you can be comfortable, and where you have an unobstructed and clear view of the area around your target
  • Put your tripod and spotting scope into position. Be sure that when you set up your tripod that it is somewhere stable. At a high magnification on the spotting scope, even the smallest of movements can cause you to lose focus of your target. So be sure to set up your tripod or mount securely
  • Begin to adjust the magnification, according to the instructions of your specific scope. There are many different models of spotting scopes that use various lens sizes and prism layouts. This means there are different ways to magnify. Some spotting scopes have fixed magnification, while others have variable magnification. You can use binoculars to assist you in locating your general target area when setting up your spotting scope at first
  • View the target area through the spotting scope and adjust focus and magnification as necessary to lock in on your target. These adjustments will be much smaller than when you are first setting up the spotting scope to view the general target area

Package Included:


  • 1 x Nikula 8 x 60mm Angled Zoom Waterproof Monocular Spotting Scope