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This 45° angled-viewing 20-60x80mm Wilderness Spotting Scope from Meade features fully multicoated optics, and powerful 20-60x zoom magnification eyepiece that provide clear and bright images when viewing at long range in all weather conditions. Its large 80mm objective lens gives the scope low-light performance over smaller objectives to spot and track game and wildlife at dawn and dusk, or under a heavy forest canopy. On the right side of the body is a fast-focus knob and on the left is a sight tube that runs parallel to the optical tube to help you find your subjects faster. The aluminum alloy housing is nitrogen-filled and o-ring sealed to be water and fogproof. It also has a rubber armored exterior that protects it from impacts. A digiscoping camera attachment is included that slides over the eyepiece, and accepts most user-supplied camera-specific T-mounts.
20-60x zoom magnification
80mm diameter objective lens
BAK4 porro prism optical design
Anti-reflection fully multicoated lenses maximize light transmission for bright and clear images
The large objectives lens translates to enhanced low-light performance
87-44' field of view at 1000 yards
Use and Handling
Angled configuration for more comfortable viewing standing, sitting, or prone
Fold-down eyecups can be used with or without eye wear
Integrated and retractable lens shade
Sight tube down optical tube makes finding subjects faster
Rotating tripod collar and mounting shoe
Knurled fast-focus knob
Aluminum housing reduces weight without sacrificing strength or durability
Nitrogen-filled for water and fogproof performance
Rubber armor exterior protects against bumps and impacts
Included photo adapter slips over eyepiece and accepts a user-supplied T-Mount for digiscoping