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Fujinon 7x50 FMTR-SX Polaris Binocular

B&H # FU7X50FMTRSX MFR # 7107507 USA
Fujinon 7x50 FMTR-SX Polaris Binocular

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Product Highlights

  • Fujinon's Brightest Mil-Spec 7x50
  • Waterproof & Fogproof
  • Porro Prism
  • 7.5° Angle of View
  • Individual Focus
  • Full Fujinon EBC Multicoatings
  • Flat-Field, Distortion-Free Optics
  • Great for Astronomy Use
  • Rubber Armored Metal Housing
  • Optional Eyepiece Filters
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Amongst the world's greatest binoculars for boating or astronomy applications, the military-specification Fujinon 7x50 FMTR-SX Polaris Binocular transmits an incredible >95% of the light reaching the binocular, and has Fujinon's EBC multicoatings upon every optical surface.  It is also equipped (as is any Fujinon Polaris series binocular) with flat-field, distortion-free eyepieces that accept optional filters and are ideal for astronomy applications.  The 100% fogproof and waterproof 7x50 Polaris withstands drastic temperature and humidity changes with ease, has abundant eye relief for use with sunglasses in bright conditions, and is simply the brightest, highest-resolution 7x50 boating binocular money can buy.  This "FMTR" version of the 7x50 Polaris only differs from the "FMT" Polaris by its rubber armored exterior.

Fujinon's best military-specification 7x50 porro prism binocular with a 7.5° field
Nitrogen-purged waterproof & fogproof lenses
Up to 13 Fujinon EBC multicoatings upon all optical surfaces
56-74mm Interpupillary adjustment range
Thick and protective rubber armor upon an all-metal housing
Accepts optional eyepiece filters
Ideal for both boating and astronomy applications
Peel-down style rubber eyecups
Extremely-long 23mm of eye relief
Prism Type Porro
Magnification 7x
Objective Lens Diameter 50 mm
Angle of View 7.5°
Field-of-View 394' @ 1000 yd / 130.81 m @ 1000 m
Exit Pupil Diameter 7.1  mm
Eye Relief 23  mm
Interpupillary Adjustment 56 - 74 mm / 2.20 - 2.91"
Focus Type Individual
Tripod Mount None
Dimensions 8.4 x 3.1 x 7.9" / 21.34 x 7.87 x 20.07  cm
Weight 3.35 lb / 1.52 kg
Fujinon 7x50 FMTR-SX Polaris Binocular
  • Strap
  • Tethered Objective Lenscaps
  • Eyepiece Rainguard
  • Cleaning Cloth
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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