Barska Blackhawk ED 20-60x60mm Spotting Scope (Angled Viewing)

BH #BA206060BATP • MFR #AD11520
Barska Blackhawk ED 20-60x60mm Spotting Scope (Angled Viewing)
Key Features
  • 45° Angled Viewing
  • 20-60x Zoom Eyepiece
  • Large 60mm Objective Lens
  • BK7 Porro Prism Design
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Designed to provide a power and performance at the range or in the field, the 45° angled-viewing Barska Blackhawk ED 20-60x60mm Spotting Scope is built with extra-low dispersion (ED) glass, a BK7 Porro prism, and anti-reflection fully multi-coated optics.
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Barska Blackhawk Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Optical Performance
  • 3Use and Handling
  • 4Construction Details

Designed to provide a power and performance at the range or in the field, the 45° angled-viewing Barska Blackhawk ED 20-60x60mm Spotting Scope is built with extra-low dispersion (ED) glass, a BK7 Porro prism, and anti-reflection fully multi-coated optics.

The glass, prism, and coatings ensure accurate color rendition with improved clarity and contrast, while the large 60mm objective lens draws in copious amounts of light to boost its performance in low and challenging conditions while ensuring the views remain bright and clear when viewing subjects at long distances with the magnification dialed all the way up. Its broad zoom range allows you to more easily scan the landscape for targets at the low 20x with the ability to quickly dial up the power to 60x and make detailed observations of distant subjects.

The chassis is sealed to be water and fogproof even in extreme weather conditions. The angled-viewing configuration sets the eyepiece at a 45° angle to the scope's body, which places the user's head in a more comfortable viewing position versus straight-through viewing models. A 1/4"-20 mount makes it compatible with many tripods, quick release plates, and other popular support systems like window mounts, and Barska includes a compact tabletop tripod to get you observing right out of the box. A hard carrying case is also provided to protect your spotter during transport and storage, with a second lightweight soft case to make it easy to carry in the field.

Optical Performance

  • Powerful 20-60x zoom eyepiece allows you to make observations at low power with the ability to zoom in for detailed views
  • Large 60mm objective lens helps to boost performance in low and challenging light, and ensures views remain bright and clear when observing distant subjects on maximum zoom
  • BK7 Porro prism light path helps to deliver a rich depth of field for a more lifelike viewing experience
  • Extra-low dispersion glass virtually eliminates chromatic aberrations to reduce color fringing and halos
  • Anti-reflection fully multi-coated optics maximize light transmission to produce bright and clear high-contrast images with accurate color and improved resolution
  • 91-foot field of view at 1000 yards at 20x power, 45-foot at 60x

Use and Handling

  • The eyepiece is set at a 45° angle to the optical tube, placing the user's head in a comfortable viewing position while standing, sitting, or lying prone
  • Slip-resistant focusing knob is easy to manipulate in cold or wet weather, or while wearing gloves
  • Fold-down rubber eyecup for comfortable use with or without eyewear
  • Long 15.4-16.5mm eye relief reduces eye strain for easier viewing, especially during long glassing sessions
  • 3mm exit pupil at 20x magnification

Construction Details

  • Matte black armor protects the optical tube from impacts and bumps
  • Optical tube is sealed to be waterproof and resistant to internal fogging in extreme conditions
  • Standard 1/4"-20 mount is compatible with most quick release plates, heads, and photo/video/field tripods and other support systems
  • Includes a compact tabletop tripod outfitted with a simple-to-use pan/tilt head
  • Hard carrying case protects the spotting scope and tripod during transport and storage
  • Lightweight soft case holds the spotting scope and tripod for easier carrying to the range or in the field
UPC: 790272982103

Barska Blackhawk Specs

Design
Viewing AngleAngled
Prism TypePorro (BK7)
Performance
Magnification20 to 60x
Objective Lens Diameter60 mm
Field of View20x: 91.0' @ 1000 yd / 30.2 m @ 1000 m
60x: 45.0' @ 1000 yd / 14.9 m @ 1000 m
Minimum Focus Distance15.0' / 4.6 m
Exit Pupil Diameter20x: 3 mm
60x: 1 mm
Eye Relief15.4 to 16.5 mm
Features
FogproofYes
Water ResistanceWaterproof
General
Tripod Mounting Thread1/4"-20 Female
DimensionsL: 14.9" / L: 37.8 cm 
Weight45.8 oz / 1297.3 g
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Does scope come with a tripod?
Asked by: Lanny D.
Yes! It's a short- 12 inch maybe tripod. I set my scope on a table by the window to view boats on the water 1-1.5 miles away!
Answered by: Jere B.
Date published: 2019-07-24

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How tall is the tripod? It looks like it's almost a tabletop tripod, but I will be using this at the beach so I'll need something that can be looked through while standing up.
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Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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What is the field of view (ft) at the max and at the min focal lengths?
Asked by: Anonymous
Angular: 1.7 - 0.84, and Linear: 88 - 44' @ 1000 yd 29 - 15 m @ 1000 m. Unfortunately the Manufacturer does not supply that specifications of what the Focal Length is on this scope. I am very sorry.
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2019-07-24

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I have trouble with binoculars as my eyes are not level. Which monocular would you recommend for wildlife viewing? Thanks.
Asked by: Michael F.
I don't have experience with other products, but I've been quite satisfied with this. The quality appears to be quite good, it works well, I can use it with glasses, it has a focus ring, and it's easy to carry on my belt. I've been quite satisfied with it.
Answered by: Roy T.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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what is the size?
Asked by: Anonymous
The Length of the binoculars are 5.75 , and the Width is 3.3 .
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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can i see a 22 hole at 100 yds , what is the closest range i can use this at ?
Asked by: Anonymous
I use mine to zero in a .308 at 100m so I'm pretty sure you could see a .22 hole at 100 yards. Its a very nice scope. I used to sell them, and several years later i remembered how good they were and finally bought one...
Answered by: benjamin d.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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does scope come with lens caps?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes this model comes with a Front Objective Lens Cap, and an Eyepiece Cap.
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2019-07-24

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Do you have an item that will allow me to see an object in detail from a 2-10 feet distance with clarity?
Asked by: Anonymous
The Barska 10x40 monocular does not focus at 2-10 feet. The closest is about 15 ft. The monocular does not have a very long focal range. It needs to be adjusted frequently.
Answered by: Warren W.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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