Levenhuk 7x50 Atom Porro Binoculars

BH #LE7X50AB • MFR #67681
Levenhuk
Levenhuk 7x50 Atom Porro Binoculars
Key Features
  • Traditional BK7 Porro Prisms
  • Anti-Reflection Fully Coated Optics
  • Large Center Focusing Wheel
  • Waterproof and O-Ring Sealed
Combining a moderate magnification and oversized objectives, Levenhuk's 7x50 Atom Porro Binoculars are an optic suited to perform in challenging lighting conditions. The large lenses draw in copious amounts of light, while the low power translates to a wide exit pupil that will completely cover fully dilated pupils in low light conditions such as at dawn or dusk, and under heavy canopies. Complementing these performance features are anti-reflection fully coated optics, a traditional Porro prism optical path, and an exceptionally long eye relief which all work together to produce an immersive and comfortable observational experience featuring bright and clear high-contrast views with accurate color rendition and a rich depth of field.
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Levenhuk 7x50 Atom Porro Binoculars

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Levenhuk 67681 Overview

Combining a moderate magnification and oversized objectives, Levenhuk's 7x50 Atom Porro Binoculars are an optic suited to perform in challenging lighting conditions. The large lenses draw in copious amounts of light, while the low power translates to a wide exit pupil that will completely cover fully dilated pupils in low light conditions such as at dawn or dusk, and under heavy canopies. Complementing these performance features are anti-reflection fully coated optics, a traditional Porro prism optical path, and an exceptionally long eye relief which all work together to produce an immersive and comfortable observational experience featuring bright and clear high-contrast views with accurate color rendition and a rich depth of field.

The Atom chassis is O-ring sealed to be waterproof, and wrapped in a protective slip-resistant rubber armor. For long glassing sessions or to reduce arm fatigue common with larger-objective binoculars, they are tripod mountable with an optional adapter. Fold-down rubber eyecups mold themselves to the user's eye sockets to block stray peripheral light for brighter views without intrusive side glare, and their large focusing wheel is highly textured to make precision focusing fast and easy.

  • Moderate 7x magnification
  • Large 50mm objective lenses
  • Traditional BK7 Porro prism optical path provides a rich depth of field to produce an immersive observational experience
  • Anti-reflection fully coated optics improve light transmission, color rendition, clarity, and contrast
  • 336-foot field of view at 1000 yards
  • Long 24mm eye relief makes long-duration observing comfortable with limited eye strain
  • Wide 7.1mm exit pupil ensures complete coverage when pupils are dilated in low-light conditions to avoid vignetting

Use and Handling

  • Large textured slip-resistant center focusing wheel is easy to manipulate, even when wearing gloves
  • ±3 right-eye dioptric correction
  • 56-72mm interpupillary distance adjustment range
  • Fold-down rubber eyecups for comfortable use with or without eyewear

Construction Details

  • Protective armor provides a slip-resistant grip
  • Finger indents improve grip security and stability
  • O-ring sealed to be waterproof
  • Tripod mountable with optional adapter

Levenhuk 67681 Specs

Prism TypePorro
Performance
Magnification7x
Objective Lens Diameter50 mm
Angle of View6.4° (Actual)
Field of View336' @ 1000 yd / 112 m @ 1000 m
Minimum Focus Distance36.1' / 11 m
Exit Pupil Diameter7.1 mm
Eye Relief24 mm
Interpupillary Adjustment56 to 72 mm / 2.2 to 2.8"
Diopter Adjustment-3 to +3
Focus TypeCenter
Features
Water ResistanceWaterproof
General
Dimensions7.8 x 7.1 x 2.6" / 19.8 x 18 x 6.5 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.485 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.7 x 7.95 x 3.25"
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