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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

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is durable polycarbonate with NBR Long Life rubber armoring, creating a lightweight, rugged chassis that withstands 11 Gs of impact. It is a pity Steiner doesn't supply these Navigator Pro's with their excellent looking floating strap as standard. Also important to note here is that the rubber used for the tethering looks and feels fairly robust and thus should last as this is a part that often fails on binoculars that I test.

In addition, these Steiner binoculars always have razor-sharp images from 128 metres to infinity thanks to the Auto-Focus system, without the need to refocus.So once you have set up both diopters to match your vision, the close focus distance on these is about 20 meters away (depending on your eyesight).

Above the word "Navigator" there is some kind of figure, like a logo of the series, vaguely resembling a sail (or a wave? The Steiner Navigator Pro 7x30 binocular an excellent choice for use on most small vessels, be that speed boating, sailing, yachting or indeed kayaking and canoeing.

Considering that the objective lenses are fairly small and thus cant collect as much light as larger lenses, these 4. Very interesting reading your findings about the latest Navigator, and great to hear someone as experienced as you stating the simple facts as they are. The Steiner Navigator Pro 7x30 with compass is the perfect pair of binoculars for recreational boaters, fishermen and sailors. shafts of light exiting the ocular lenses counter it to a degree and ensure that your eyes receive enough light in all but the worst light conditions when your pupils are dilated and thus larger than the exit pupil. The Illusion 7×30 is designed to give a very light weight binocular coupled with exceptional clarity and brightness.

Like the previous model, the new Navigator series offers two models with the popular analogue integrated compass. It becomes clear why these binoculars are so well suited to surveillance work as they are meant for panning the sky or landscape with most everything in focus. Because of their relatively long minimum focal distance, I wouldn't recommend them for uses like insect or butterfly observation, taking to museums or anywhere where you need to focus on objects at close range.This extended field of view makes it easier to navigate safely when entering a harbor or in similar narrow environments such as when passing a bridge. As with all the Steiner binoculars that I have reviewed, made from amicro-fiber material, the included cleaning cloth is of good quality.

I guess you would include the relatively long minimum focus distance as a weakness of this type of instrument that does not have a single focusing mechanism and so if you need to observe objects from close range, this will not be the binocular for you. The new Navigator 7x30 Binoculars with Compass is packed full of features that takes the popular Steiner Marine series into the next generation.The prisms’s in the binoculars have "floating" mounts, meaning they are fixed in flexible silicone material that protects the valuable optical components inside the binoculars. The formation of condensation inside the binoculars is completely prevented thanks to Steiner's high-tech nitrogen pressure system.

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