Fujinon FMTRC-SX 7x50


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Brand and Model:Fujinon FMTRC-SX 7x50
Price ($USD):$682.00
Attributes:checked Waterproof checked Armored
Objective Lens Size:50 mm
Magnification:7 x
Prism Type:BAK4 Porro
Coatings:Fully Multi-Coated
Field of View:7.3 degrees
Eye Relief:23 mm
Near Focus:15 ft
Weight (lbs):55 oz.
Dimensions (w/h/d):8x20x22cm
Description:The F-SX Type is a high-grade series of flat image plane-type binocular that encapsulates Fujinon technology. Making the image plane flat enables observation of the marginal area of a visual field, reproducis sharper, more true to life colors, and minimize distortions and astigmatism.

Extra large eye relief.
Good if one wears glasses.
BAK-4 prisms.
Waterproof 5m
Compass

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Fujinon FMTRC-SX 7x50
The binocular is built like a tank. Very well made with superb optics. When you look through it, the binocular seems to disappear and you get the feeling 'being there'.

Low light performance is excellent. I took this binocular on a birding trip and I could see through this binocular very clearly at dusk. Most of my friends' binoculars showed a lack of contrast and were almost unusable in the fading light.

I bought this binocular primarily for astronomy, and I am quite happy with it.

My major complaint is the weight. This is one *heavy* binocular. I am unable to hold it steady for more than 30 seconds before my arm starts aching. So you see it is very difficult to use without a tripod for astronomical purposes because you need to 'hold position' for identifying distant objects.

The Fujinon provided shoulder strap distributes the weight evenly (and you avoid a neckache).

I would recommend that you physically try out this binocular before making any decision. It is a superb instrument, but ease of use is another matter.

Overall Rating: 8
Optics:9 Value:7
Weight: 1 (Unreliable Vote)
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By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.1.171)
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