Brunton 10-30x21 Echo Zoom Monocular

BH #BR1030X21EZ • MFR #F-ECHOZOOM
Brunton
Brunton 10-30x21 Echo Zoom Monocular
Key Features
  • BAK4 Prisms
  • Fully Multi-Coated Optics
  • Lightweight Aluminum Housing
  • Grooved Focus and Zoom Dials
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It's so small you'll barely notice it in your pocket or bag, but the 10-30x21 Echo Zoom Monocular is equipped with optical elements that deliver big performance. Its BAK4 prism glass and fully multi-coated lenses minimize reflection and maximize light transmission for a bright, sharp image. At 10x, the Echo Zoom yields a respectable field of view; zoom in to 30x to see distant details clearly. You can mount this monocular on a tripod to eliminate image shake at higher magnification, and for comfort during long-duration observations. Along with its long-distance capabilities, the Echo Zoom features a 10' close-focus distance with applications in nature observation, art galleries, and museums.
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Brunton Echo Overview

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

It's so small you'll barely notice it in your pocket or bag, but the 10-30x21 Echo Zoom Monocular is equipped with optical elements that deliver big performance. Its BAK4 prism glass and fully multi-coated lenses minimize reflection and maximize light transmission for a bright, sharp image. At 10x, the Echo Zoom yields a respectable field of view; zoom in to 30x to see distant details clearly. You can mount this monocular on a tripod to eliminate image shake at higher magnification, and for comfort during long-duration observations. Along with its long-distance capabilities, the Echo Zoom features a 10' close-focus distance with applications in nature observation, art galleries, and museums.

At just 4.2 x 1.4" and 3.2 ounces, this monocular is easily carried and takes up little space in a glove box or pack. Its rubber eyecup folds down to accommodate eyeglass wearers. A lanyard and carrying case are included.

Optical Performance

  • 10-30x magnification
  • 21mm objective lens
  • Anti-reflective fully multi-coated lenses
  • BAK4 prism glass

Use and Handling

  • Can be mounted on tripod for shake-free long-term observation
  • Close focus distance: 10'
  • Eyecup folds down to accommodate eyewear
  • Ribbed focus ring
  • Prominent zoom ring knob
  • 12mm eye relief

Construction and Handling

  • Lightweight aluminum housing
  • Measures 4.2 x 1.4", weighs just 3.2 oz
  • Lanyard & carrying case included
UPC: 080078912115

Brunton Echo Specs

Performance
Magnification10 to 30x
Objective Lens Diameter21 mm
Angle of View3.4° (Actual)
Field of View178' @ 1000 yd / 59 m @ 1000 m
Minimum Focus Distance10' / 3 m
Exit Pupil Diameter10x: 2.4 mm
30x: 1.8 mm
Eye Relief12 mm
Features
FogproofNo
Water ResistanceNone
General
Dimensions4.2 x 1.4" / 10.7 x 3.6 cm
Weight3.2 oz / 91 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.305 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.15 x 5.65 x 2.85"
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10X is typical small monocular, but is it really 30X? I'm not expecting night vision, but Can you see OK at 30X?
Asked by: hono
it's really 30x but really don't get your hopes up that it's useful for your application.Like others have said, field of vision is low, it's a small aperture so it doesn't gather a ton of light, the optics themselves aren't anything to write home about.It's a simple compact easy to use scope for on the go needs, but any sort of detail work like bird watching or shot scoping will be pretty frustrating using this.
Answered by: Han Su K.
Date published: 2020-06-10

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Waterproof?
Asked by: Anonymous
This model is not Waterproof.
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Does this produce come with a case?
Asked by: Watt G.
Yes, it comes with a nice, rather stout nylon case, be careful with the tripod mount as it is made of plastic. When zoomed to 30X it really needs to be mounted on a mono-pod or light tripod to be stable enough to use. At lower magnification it works very well hand held.
Answered by: TRENT C.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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