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Swarovski SLC 8x42 W B

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Swarovski SLC 8x42 W B Details

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Swarovski SLC 8x42 W B Specifications

ManufacturerSwarovski
Binoculars seriesSwarovski SLC
Made inAustria
In production since2013
Warranty10 years
SKULC-1R4N20-0
Variable magnification No
Magnification. 8x
Lens diameter. 42mm
Exit pupil. 5.3mm
Eye relief. 20.7276mm
Field of view. 136m / 1000m
Field of view (deg.). 8.7407°
Apparent field of view (deg.). 68.2991
Close focus. 3.5817m
Twilight Factor 18.33
Relative Brightness 28.1
Light transmission
Diopter range +4 / -4 dpt
Prism type Roof - Schmidt/Pechan
Lens coating Fully Multicoated
Focusing system Central
Diopter setting positionCentral
MaterialN/A
Filled with Nitrogen
Temperature range-25° / +55°C
ColorGreen
Length.149mm
Width.135.4246mm
Height.71.0979mm
Weight.907.5329g
Waterproof Yes
Fogproof Yes
Floatable No
Built-in rangefinderNo
Compass No
Image stabilizer No
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I cannot write anything bad about the optics or build quality of these binoculars. The only major flaw is the price which was high for me, but I am still not regretting the decision to order it.

(Posted on 03/06/2016)

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I compared these binoculars with three best premium binoculars of similar configuration from Leica, Swarovski and Zeiss. I was not able to find any significant optical difference in them and now I am a proud owner of SLC 8x42. :)

(Posted on 07/04/2016)

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