Field Optics Research EYESHIELDS Eyecups (2 Pairs, Standard Size)

Field Optics Research EYESHIELDS Eyecups (2 Pairs, Standard Size)

Field Optics Research EYESHIELDS Eyecups (2 Pairs, Standard Size)

B&H # FIB007 MFR # B007
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Field Optics Research EYESHIELDS Eyecups (2 Pairs, Standard Size)

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Product Highlights

  • Fits 1.45 to 1.75" Eyecup Diameter
  • Angled Design Blocks Ambient Light
  • Flexible Rubber Construction
  • No Tools Required for Installation
  • Two Pairs of Eyecups
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Field Optics Research B007 overview

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The standard size EYESHIELDS Eyecups from Field Optics Research includes two pairs of angled rubber eyecups that attach to binocular eyepieces measuring 1.45 to 1.75 inches in diameter. The angled shape of the EYESHIELDS enhance the quality of the image by fitting against the side of the face and blocking stray light from creating glare on the ocular surface. The flexible rubber material molds itself to the user's face while also helping to shield their eyes from wind, snow, dust, and rain. For use with eyewear, or when not otherwise convenient, the EYESHIELDS can fold down out of the way. Each of the shields installs easily by simply stretching it over the eyecup without tools or permanent modification to your optic.

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Field Optics Research EYESHIELDS Eyecups (2 Pairs, Standard Size)
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    Field Optics Research B007 specs

    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.3 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.7 x 3.6 x 2.1"

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