NIKON INTRODUCES NEW ACULON A211 BINOCULARS

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ACULON A211 7×35
RRP: £169.99 / €200

ACULON A211 8×42
RRP: £179.99 / €212
ACULON A211 10×42 & 7×50
RRP: £199.99 / €236
ACULON A211 10×50 & 12×50
RRP: £229.99 / €271
ACULON A211 16×50
RRP: £249.99 / €295
ACULON A211 8-16×42 & 10-22×50
RRP: £299.99 / €354
Sales start date: February 2013

London, UK, 29 January 2013 Nikon announces its newest range of binoculars, the new ACULON A211 series offering outstanding optical performance, without the premium price tag.

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Nine new binoculars make up the new ACULON A211 range; from the 7x35mm model to the 10-22×50 zoom model. Each of the new models inherit the excellent performance and quality that Nikon is renowned for delivering stunning performance for the budget conscious consumer.
The ACULON A211 range is ideal for a wide range of leisure activities such as traveling, hiking or open air events, thanks to the compact and lightweight design.
With multilayer-coated lenses and a choice of large objective lens diameters, the new binoculars offer impressively bright images and a wide field of view. Cutting edge technology ensures breathtaking visual experiences from the use of aspherical eyepiece lenses. Plus, the elaborate shape minimises viewing aberrations and maximises the sharp, undistorted quality of the image across the entire surface of the lens. ACULON A211 binoculars also feature comfortable turn-and-slide rubber eyecups to facilitate positioning of the eyes.
An adaptable Nikon tripod is included with ACULON A211 16×50 and ACULON A211 10-22×50. All other ACULON A211 models can also be mounted on a tripod.
Key features
Product range:
7×35
8×42
10×42
7×50
10×50
12×50
16×50
8-18×40
10-22×50

Large objective lens diameter for a brighter and wider field of view
Multilayer-coated lenses for bright, sharp images
Aspherical eyepiece lenses for undistorted images across entire surface of the lens
Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups facilitate positioning of the eyes
Rubber armoring offers shock resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
Tripod adaptable
Model name 7×35 8×42 10×42 7×50 10×50
Magnification (x) 7 8 10 7 10
Objective diameter (mm) 35 42 42 50 50
Real field of view (°) 9.3 8 6 6.4 6.5
Apparent field of view (°) 59.3 58.4 55.3 42.7 59.2
Field of view @ 1000m (m/ft) 163/488 140/420 105/314 112/335 114/341
Exit pupil (mm) 5 5.3 4.2 7.1 5
Brightness 25 28.1 17.6 50.4 25
Eye relief (mm) 11.8 12 11.6 17.6 11.8
Close focus distance (m/ft) 5.0/16.4 5.0/16.4 5.0/16.4 8.0/26.2 7.0/23.0
Interpupillary distance adjustment (mm) 56-72 56-72 56-72 56-72 56-72
Length (mm/inch) 118/4.6 145/5.7 145/5.7 180/7.1 179/7.0
Width (mm/inch) 185/7.3 185/7.3 185/7.3 197/7.8 197/7.8
Weight (g/oz) 685/24.2 755/26.6 760/26.8 905/31.9 900/31.7

Model name 12×50 16×50 8-18×42 10-22×50
Magnification (x) 12 16 8-18 10-22
Objective diameter (mm) 50 50 42 50
Real field of view (°) 5.2 4.2 4.6 3.8
Apparent field of view (°) 57.2 60.8 35.6 36.7
Field of view @ 1000m (m/ft) 91/272 73/220 80/241 66/199
Exit pupil (mm) 4.2 3.1 5.3 5
Brightness 17.6 9.6 28.1 25
Eye relief (mm) 11.5 12.6 10.3 8.6
Close focus distance (m/ft.) 8.0/26.2 9.0/29.5 13.0/42.7 15.0/49.2
Interpupillary distance adjustment (mm) 56-72 56-72 56-72 56-72
Length (mm/inch) 179/7.0 179/7.0 163/6.4 197/7.8
Width (mm/inch) 197/7.8 197/7.8 185/7.3 197/7.8
Weight (g/oz) 910/32.1 925/32.6 825/29.1 960/33.9

 

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