Leica Noctivid 10x42 in olive green


Leica Noctivid 10x42 in olive green

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£1,794.00

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The Noctivid justifiably sits at the very top of Leica’s binocular range. It is one of the World’s top three 42mm binoculars - it’s position within those three is only dictated by personal preference.

Schott HT high transmission glass ensures that the image viewed through these binoculars is absolutely stunning. Their contrast and colour fidelity is truly phenomenal, giving one of the finest images possible through any binocular. The lenses are coated with Leica’s water and dirt repellent ‘AquaDura’ coating, to keep them performing in any weather conditions, they are also waterproof to 5m.

One of the outstanding features of the Noctivid is the amazing depth of field, meaning moving focus from a nearby hedgerow to a distant woodland edge is quick and precise.

The Noctivids focus down to 1.9m and have a very wide field-of-view and both models weigh 860g.

They are provided with a rainguard, lens caps, strap and a case.

 

LEICA NOCTIVID (10x42)

Delivery scope

Neoprene carrying strap, contoured, eyepiece cover, protective front lens cover, Cordura case

Magnification

10 x

Front lens diameter

42 mm

Exit pupil

4.2 mm

Twilight factor

20.5

Light transmission

91 %

Field of view at 1,000 m

112 m

Field of view at 1,000 yds

376 ft

Objective angle of view

6.4°

Eye-relief

19 mm

Close focusing distance

approx. 1.9 m / 6.2 ft

Diopter compensation

± 4 diopters

Eyepieces for eyeglass wearers

yes, removable, with 4 click stops

Adjustable interpupillary distance

56 – 74 mm

Focusing

Internal focusing via central focusing device

Prism system

Roof prism with phase-correcting coating P40 and HighLux-System HLS™

Watertightness

Watertight to a depth of 5 m/16.5 ft

Housing

Magnesium, nitrogen-filled

Dimensions (W x H x D)

124 x 150 x 68 mm

4.88 x 5.91 x 2.68 in

Weight

approx. 860 g / 30.3 oz

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