Steiner Commander XP 7x30 Binocular

Steiner Commander XP 7x30 Binocular

Steiner Commander XP 7x30 Binocular

B&H # ST7X30CXP MFR # 296
Steiner Commander XP 7x30 Binocular

Show MoreLess


Now Viewing:

No Longer Available

Product Highlights

  • Porro Prism
  • Individual Focus
  • 7.5° Angle of View
  • NBR-LongLife Rubber Armoring
  • ClicLoc Ergonomic Eyecups
  • Nitrogen-Filled: Waterproof & Fogproof
  • Compact
  • Made in Germany
Show moreShow less

Steiner 296 overview

  • 1Description

The Commander XP 7x30 Binocular from Steiner was engineered for the boating enthusiast. The mariner will find this superior optic an essential piece of equipment anywhere she finds herself within the wide world of the seas, lakes and rivers. This binocular was designed and engineered with the hydrosphere in mind. Sturdy, waterproof construction down to 10m is achieved via special sealing technologies that also keep out the dust, dirt and humidity. And, a floating neck strap is included to make sure the glass doesn't sink if accidently dropped. Fog-free viewing and moisture protected performance are furnished by the two-valve system of dry nitrogen pressure filling, while NBR-Longlife rubber armoring makes the housing rugged, shock resistant and slip-proof. The 7x magnification with a 30mm objective effectively provides a binocular that can be leveraged in any situation. Individual eye Sports-Auto-Focus with diopter adjustment and soft silicone cylindrical eyecups allows comfort and customized viewing. This binocular lives up to the standards of excellence that the Steiner name has come to imply.

AAoV of 52.3°
Temperature range of -40 to 176°F / -40 to +80°C
Floating strap; if the binocular should go overboard, the strap will keep it afloat
Floating prism mountings are fixed with a durable, flexible silicone material that remains precise for decades
NBR-Longlife rubber armoring is soft, slip-proof, resistant against oil, acid, salt water and even bird droppings
Sports-Auto-Focus individual focusing with dioptric adjustment for individual eye customization from 20 m to infinity
ClicLoc belt attachment keeps the binoculars firmly in the strap yet can be released and refastened in one easy move
Steiner's High-Performance, High-Definition XP Optics, provide bright, high-contrast, sharp images and natural color definition
Nitrogen-filled 2-way-valve technology eliminates internal fogging and makes inspection, service and maintenance possible after years of use
Special sealing technologies prevent dust, dirt and humidity from penetrating into the binoculars. They are water resistant to 32.8' or 10 m
Nano-Protection provides the lenses with a dirt and water resistant surface, protecting them against the effects of rain, salt-water, snow and moisture
Ergonomic eyecups made of a soft, smooth silicone reduce discomfort and chaffing during long viewing sessions. Other ClicLoc exchangeable eyecups can be purchased separately
Bearing - precision reticle, Objective Diameter of 30mm / 1.18", Luminosity of 18.40, and Twilight Factor of 14.5
In the Box
Steiner Commander XP 7x30 Binocular
  • Wooden Case
  • Bag
  • 2 x Objective Covers
  • Rain Protection Cap
  • Comfort Carrying Strap
  • Floating Strap
  • Lifetime Transferrable Heritage Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description

    Steiner 296 specs

    Prism Type Porro
    Magnification 7x
    Objective Lens Diameter 30mm
    Angle of View 7.5° (actual)
    Field-of-View 392' @ 1000 yd / 130.14 m @ 1000 m
    Minimum Focus Distance Not specified by manufacturer
    Exit Pupil Diameter 4.3  mm
    Eye Relief Not specified by manufacturer
    Interpupillary Adjustment Not specified by manufacturer
    Dioptric Correction Not specified by manufacturer
    Focus Type Individual
    Tripod Mount Not specified by manufacturer
    Dimensions 6.5 x 4.8 x 2.2" / 165.10 x 121.92 x 55.88  mm
    Weight 18 oz / 510.30 g
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 12.6 x 8.7 x 3.9"

    Steiner 296 reviews

    Be the first to review this item

    Steiner 296 Q&A

    See any errors on this page? Let us know.