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Bushnell's Legend Ultra HD Spotting Scope offers much of the abilities of the super-premium Elite scope at a price most enthusiasts can afford. The most important of these shared attributes is the objective element of extra-low (ED) dispersion glass, which goes a long way towards improving rendering subtle detail at higher magnifications and in high contrast viewing situations. The Legend Ultra HD has Bushnell's water and oil repelling Rainguard HD external coating, which won't even allow your breath to put fog on the lens.
As the angled viewing version of the 80mm Legend Ultra HD scope, this offers the most comfortable experience when sharing the scope with a group, and is generally regarded as being less tiring to use for a long observing session. An angled scope is ideally suited to digiscoping, and Bushnell offers a great universal digiscoping adapter, but does require more experience to quickly locate subjects.
Prime ED extra-low dispersion glass objective element helps optimize edge contrast & color rendition
Fully multi-coated optics with BAK4 prisms
Rubber armored housing
100% Waterproof, nitrogen purged housing
Rainguard HD coatings on objective & eyepiece disperses water droplets to extremely small degree
Dual-speed coarse/fine fingertip focusing system
Rotating tripod collar
In the Box
Bushnell Legend Ultra HD 3.1"/80mm Spotting Scope Kit
Limited Lifetime Transferable Warranty
Table of Contents
Objective Lens Diameter
Angle of View
20x: 2.1° 60x: 1.0°
Field-of-View (@ 1000 Yds)
20x: 110' (37 m @ 1000 m) 60x: 51' (17 m at 1000 m)