Celestron 8x42 TrailSeeker Binoculars

BH #CE8X42TSB • MFR #71404
Celestron 8x42 TrailSeeker Binoculars
Key Features
  • Phase-Corrected BAK-4 Roof Prisms
  • Fully Multicoated Optics
  • 65° Wide Angle Viewing
  • 6.5 ft Close Focusing Distance
The 8x42 TrailSeeker Binoculars from Celestron are weather-sealed binoculars designed for close-to-midrange observations. These lightweight binoculars weigh less than 2 lb and are compact enough to fit in the side pocket of a daypack. In addition to the TrailSeeker binoculars streamlined form factor, these fixed-magnification binoculars feature a phase-correcting dielectric prism coating that renders enhanced clarity and color fidelity. An immersive 65° apparent viewing angle and impressive 6.5 ft minimum focus distance complement the fully multicoated lens system and help provide a user-friendly glassing experience that is ideal for birding. The TrailSeeker binoculars have a nitrogen-filled magnesium alloy housing that is built to withstand heavy rain and deliver fogproof performance, making these Celestron binoculars ready to handle almost any outdoor glassing activity.
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How's chromatic aberrations on these binos? Are ...

How's chromatic aberrations on these binos? Are they really apparent on a sunny day?
Asked by: pavel
Hello Pavel, thank you for your message. There is very little chromatic aberration seen in a TrailSeeker 10x42 binocular on a sunny day. Aberration is most commonly seen in any optic that may show it on overcast days when viewing high contrast subjects - bare branches against a white sky, for example.
Answered by: Telescope
Date published: 2019-05-16

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The previous version, the Celestron Nobel 8X32 were said to have excellent eye relief for those who wear glasses. These seem to have narrower eye relief. What are other eyeglass weare's experiences with these binoculars?
Asked by: Doug
We haven't really had any feedback other than positive. As in the reviews indicate. The Eye Relief is 15.6 mm.
Answered by: John P.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Would these be good for football games?
Asked by: Vicki H.
They would work, but I would recommend a wider angled model. A good option would be the Nikon 7x35 Aculon A211 Binoculars. They will be wider angled, and will be able to get an image of the whole field. Website link: <a href= http://bhpho.to/11UPz6r target= _blank >http://bhpho.to/11UPz6r</a>
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Are the following items included In The Box : harness, objective caps, rainguard, lens cloth, neck strap, carry case, instruction manual for the Celestron 71400 bincular?
Asked by: Anonymous
There was no harness other than a neck-strap which I did not like and replaced with a softer cotton strap from a camera I no longer use.Objective caps were in the box (on the lenses).I do not remember about rainguard, or lens cloth. There is no need for the rainguard as these binoculars are water-proof and the carry case protects well against dirt.There was a soft carry case of somewhat unsuitable quality for the price of the binoculars -- I mean lower, not higher quality. Yes there were some instructions -- but one learns much more on the web.
Answered by: Eduard E.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Is this the STRAIGHT spotting scope or the trailseeker phone adapter..?!
Asked by: Brian H.
This model is the Straight Model Spotting Scope. Not the Phone Adapter. My apologies for the confusion. I will alert my Web Team to update this photo. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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