4.77/5 out of 1.900+ reviews Great reviews
United States
USD - VAT Excluded
Localization Settings
English
USD
VAT Excluded
Compare Products
You have no items to compare.
Shopping Cart
You have no items in your shopping cart.
// 29.9.2023 GA4 add to cart // 29.9.2023 GA4 add to cart

Nikon Action Ex 16x50

More Views
Slide Share
Do you need help with this item?
Our experienced team is here to resolve any issues before, during or after you purchase this item. If you have a question don't hesitate to contact us bellow:
Contact us

Nikon Action Ex 16x50 Details

Nikon Action Ex 16x50 is with its 16x magnification meant for observation distance object as well as details. They have a great price/performance ratio and are water resistant and strong enough to withstand a powerful shock. They are also designed for those with glasses what is welcome for this type of binoculars. The binoculars are great on a tripod what can be expected for such high magnification. Binoculars from Nikon Action Ex series are offering quite a lot for such a good price. The reason lies in their Porro prism system, which outperform the modern Roof prism system. Therefore the size of binoculars is a little bit bigger from other rivals, but on the other hand they are offering better light transmission rate and much more sharp and contrast image. They are designed for those who put optical performance at first place, before modern and compact size. The housing of Nikon Action Ex series is firm, robust and water sealed. They are also filled with dry nitrogen to enables the use at really low temperatures.

Add to Compare Save and send

Nikon Action Ex 16x50 Specifications

ManufacturerNikon
Binoculars seriesNikon Action EX
Made inChina
In production since
Warranty-
SKUBAA665AA
Type of prism Porro
Variable magnification No
Magnification. 16x
Diopter adjustment
Lens size diameter. 50 mm
Exit pupil. 3.5817 mm
Field of view - FOV... 69.597m/1000m
Field of view (angular). 3.9076°
Apperent FOV (angular). 62.7008°
Eye relief distance. 20.2252mm
Closest focusing distance. 7m
Twilight Factor 28.28
Light transmittance
Relative Brightness 10.2
Lens coatings Multicoated
Length.177 mm
Width.221.1934 mm
Height.76.7406 mm
Weight.1165.2274g
MaterialNo
ColorBlack
Working temperature range
Filled with Nitrogen
Focusing system Central
Diopter setting locationRight eye-piece
Minimal interpupillary distance.80.7872 mm
Maximal interpupillary distance.62.8345 mm
Type of BodySingle hinge
Water proof Yes
Fogproof Yes
Tripod compliantNo
Built-in Compass No
Built in Range finderNo
Image stabilization (IS) No
Able to float No

Why

Shopping at optics-trade?

  • Worldwide shipping
  • Team of experts & enthusiasts
  • We understand what we sell
  • People from all over the world trust us

Reviews & Testimonials

Reviews for Nikon Action Ex 16x50

1 reviews
Do you have any experience with this product?
We would love to hear your opinion by rating it:
Write a review
A rugged starter choice for high magnification binoculars. By
Rate
These were previous purchase by my coworkers for regular industrial field work. For their price they were pretty good if you were considering a high magnification lens. They are also quite resilient to the rugged working requirement. Haven’t dunked them in water but it withstood the 5+ years and counting, as how a tool might be treated and washed under the faucet with soap. The rain or water resistance has held up, and works reasonably well with eyeglasses.

Some items which are not so good but expected in this price bracket (until you upgrade to something mid level like Steiner Ranger, Zeiss TERRA, Nikon Monarch, etc) closest focusing distance is still quite far like 7 meters, the rubber armor becomes slick overtime and the adjustment knob is so so for gloved operations. Chromatic Aberration is quite noticeable and tiring, best kept to ~1-3 min intervals of use when using in high contrast and bright locations followed by a rest of ~1minute. Don’t expect too high of a resolution/image sharpness in but they are acceptable for the price.

These are a reasonable pair of starting binoculars and should last most normal daily rigors without babying them; but if you have the budget or plan to glass for some time, go with one with the mid level optics

(Posted on 28/10/2023)

Get more info about this product

Most common questions (Q&A)

Community uploads

Leave a message