Barska 10x25 Colorado Waterproof Binoculars (Black, Clamshell Packaging)

BH #BA10X25CWPB • MFR #AB12725
Barska 10x25 Colorado Waterproof Binoculars (Black, Clamshell Packaging)
Key Features
  • BK7 Roof Prism Design
  • Antireflective Fully Coated Optics
  • Waterproof and Fogproof Housing
  • Closed Bridge Configuration
Barska's black 10x25 Colorado Waterproof Binoculars are a handy, waterproof optic that can be useful for a wide range of outdoor activities in all weather conditions. The high 10x magnification is ideal for mid- to long-range bird watching, hiking, and sightseeing yet is lightweight enough to easily hold it steady. Antireflective, fully coated optics transmit bright clear images across the generous field of view, approaching wide-angle. The slip-resistant black rubber-armored housing helps protect your optics from moisture and light shock while being easy to see. The ergonomic design and complementing features of Colorado WP series binoculars deliver a comfortable user experience and sharp images. This version of the Colorado comes complete and ready to use with a case, lens caps, and neckstrap in convenient clamshell packaging.
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Magnification
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Packaging Options
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question

Are these BAK4 or BK7 prisms?
Asked by: Anonymous
These are BK7.
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

can I attach this device to a PENTAX SLR camera?
Asked by: Alvaro O.
Yes you can. I would recommend the Barska Telescoping Digi Adaptor. This is what is recommended from Barska. Website link to the model: http://bhpho.to/1CGku0f
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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is it any adapter to attach this device to a SLR camera?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes you can get the Barska Telescoping Digi Adaptor. This will attach a DSLR Camera. Mount a point-and-shoot camera or lightweight SLR to spotting scope, telescope, and monocular eyepieces. Website link: http://bhpho.to/1CGku0f
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Does this use Bak 4 or Bak 7 glass ?
Asked by: John W.
Have no idea but I will add that the product works great. Not cheap in any way. They could have don better on the Tripod.
Answered by: Mario L.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

i do shooting mainly at 25 and 100yards distance. will i be able to zoom in to see the bullet holes at this distance?
Asked by: Anonymous
The glass quality is too low for shooting/viewing targets at 100 yards. I can see the holes much better through my Vortex 2-7 rifle scope or my 10x Nikon Monarch 5 binoculars. I tried using it a couple times. Not impressed. I'm in the market for another lightweight spotter with better glass.
Answered by: Lisa K.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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is the eyepiece interchangable with 1.25 inch eyepieces?
Asked by: Anonymous
This model does not have interchangeable eyepieces. It's a dedicated eyepiece.
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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are there any camera attachments for this unit?
Asked by: Anonymous
No - I cannot see a way to connect a camera to this scope - it is very basic. While it may be within the realm of possibility , you'd have to concoct some sort of rig on your own. It works relatively well out to about 50 yards, in my experience on the range. It has done a great job for me and others looking to zero a rifle Marine Corps style (in the sense you zero at 50 yards/meters and you're still good at 300 yards/meters with 5.56 bullet drop). I can't complain about it for the price - it does the job, and it fits nicely in a range bag. As I have seen with optics, if you want a camera attachment, it will cost you a bit more. Of course, you can go from reasonable to insanely expensive with optics, either spotting, or scoping - I'm sure that's not relevant or helpful to this question - but if you're looking for something specific to film or photograph, this isn't the device you're looking for. You'll need to tack on a few more zeroes for sure. Best of luck! :-)
Answered by: Vincent B.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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