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Yukon Solaris 7x50 WP

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Yukon Solaris 7x50 WP Details

The 7x50 configuration that these Solaris binoculars have is commonly used on marine binoculars, for birding, as well as hand-held binoculars for astronomy.

The main reasons for this are that the moderate 7x magnification makes it much easier to keep the image steady as your small hand movements are not magnified as much as on higher powered instruments.

On a boat that will often be moving this is important and for astronomy, it makes it easier to obtain a sharp image of the moon, stars or planets without the need of a tripod.

The lower 7x magnification also generally produces a wider field of view which enables you to take in more of the action without having to move the binoculars about which is great for stargazing. A wide view also makes it easier to quickly lock onto your subject, which for something like small and fast moving birds is important.

Then there are the larger 50mm objective lenses that capture more light than smaller ones which is important, but when you then combine them with the 7x magnification it creates a really large 7.1mm exit pupil. This is really important when you have very low light levels like you get during early morning or late afternoon birding or indeed for astronomy at night as these shafts of light exiting the eyepiece are large to ensure your eyes receive more than enough light even when your pupils are at maximum dilation.

A real highlight on these 7x50 Solaris binoculars, especially for eyeglass wearers is the massive 30mm of eye relief which is certainly more than enough to ensure that you can use the binocular and achieve the full image whilst wearing your glasses.

At 4 meters, the minimum focusing distance on these Yukon binoculars is typically relatively long for this type of instrument and thus not an ideal choice for very close observation uses.

Yukon Solaris 7x50 WP Specifications

Binoculars seriesYukon Solaris
Made inBelarus
In production since-
Warranty5 years
Type of prism Porro
Variable magnification No
Magnification. 7x
Diopter adjustment -3 / +3 Dpt
Lens size diameter. 50mm
Exit pupil. 7.1mm
Field of view - FOV... 114m/1000m
Field of view (angular). 7.3269°
Apperent FOV (angular).
Eye relief distance. 33.6123mm
Closest focusing distance. 4m
Twilight Factor 18.71
Light transmittance -
Relative Brightness 50.4
Lens coatings Fully Multicoated
Working temperature range-
Filled with -
Focusing system Central
Diopter setting locationRight eye-piece
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


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