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The Champ 10x26 Outdoor Binocular from Steiner features the Fast-Close-Focus system that enables you to bring images in sharp focus from 10' to infinity with a minimal amount of rotation of the center focus wheel. This allows you to quickly change subjects or track moving targets with greater ease and minimal effort. Steiner's proprietary High-Contrast optical coatings on the lenses allow for true color rendition with high-contrast images to create an immersive viewing experience. To ensure a comfortable fit, the binocular features ergonomic eyecups, which block out wind and light spill to give you a brighter, glare-free view.
Rubber armor protects the binocular from damage caused by bumps and impacts, while the molded traction bars ensure a firm grip, so your Champ 10x26 can accompany you wherever your adventures take you. Waterproof construction ensures added protection from moisture, allowing you to take it more places and use it in more challenging or extreme environments with confidence. Compact and lightweight, the Champ will fit comfortably in your backpack, briefcase, purse, waist pouch, or even in your pocket. The Champ binocular is offered here in convenient clamshell packaging.
26mm objective lenses
Compact roof prism optical path
High-contrast coatings on the lenses ensure good light transmission and color reproduction
302' field of view at 1000 yd
57.5° apparent field of view
Use and Handling
Fast-Close-Focus: Central focusing wheel requires minimal rotation
Left-eye dioptric correction
Angled eyecups fit tightly into eye sockets to block peripheral light, resulting in brighter views