Barska 15-40x50 Colorado Spotting Scope (Straight Viewing)

BH #BA1540X50CSS • MFR #CO11500
Barska 15-40x50 Colorado Spotting Scope (Straight Viewing)
Key Features
  • 15-40x Magnification
  • 50mm Objective Lens
  • BK7 Porro Prism
  • Multi-Coated Optics
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The 15-40x50 Colorado Spotting Scope from Barska is a lightweight zoom spotting scope useful for bird-watching and spotting at the target range. Multi-coated glass and a BK7 Porro prism transmit bright contrast-rich images throughout the entire zoom range. An included mini tripod is foldable and convenient for terrain navigation and nature observation on the go.
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Barska Colorado Overview

The 15-40x50 Colorado Spotting Scope from Barska is a lightweight zoom spotting scope useful for bird-watching and spotting at the target range. Multi-coated glass and a BK7 Porro prism transmit bright contrast-rich images throughout the entire zoom range. An included mini tripod is foldable and convenient for terrain navigation and nature observation on the go.

A wide magnification range makes this spotting scope suited for many outdoor applications. The compact design and included tabletop tripod are useful at the range and for nature observation, including bird-watching.
UPC: 790272982004

Barska Colorado Specs

Design
Viewing AngleStraight
Performance
Magnification15 to 40x
Objective Lens Diameter50 mm
Angle of View15x: 1.5° (Actual)
40x: 3° (Actual)
Field of View15x: 150.0' @ 1000 yd / 45.7 m @ 1000 m
40x: 45.0' @ 1000 yd / 13.7 m @ 1000 m
Minimum Focus Distance8.0' / 2.4 m
Exit Pupil Diameter15x: 3.57 mm
40x: 1.25 mm
Eye Relief10.0 to 13.0 mm
General
DimensionsL: 9.5 x H: 3.5 x W: 2.6" / L: 24.0 x H: 9.0 x W: 6.6 cm 
Weight15.8 oz / 448.0 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.52 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10.7 x 4.45 x 3.5"
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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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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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