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30000050: Levenhuk Blaze 90 Spotting Scope
With Levenhuk Blaze 90 Spotting Scope large distances become shorter! The spotting scope provides a wide range of magnification from 30x to 90x – more than enough to observe very distant objects in great detail. The powerful 90-millimeter objective lens gathers more light – images will always be bright, even in low light conditions. Outstanding optical characteristics in a compact lightweight body – you can easily take the instrument with you on a trip. Levenhuk Blaze 90 Spotting Scope will show you the world in every detail!
The optics are made of high-quality BK-7 glass. Both prisms and lenses are coated with special anti-reflective coatings to reduce internal light loss and glare. Thanks to its high aperture objective lens, you will be able to observe not only highly remote terrestrial objects. The scope is also suitable for primary-level astronomical observations. Levenhuk Blaze 90 Spotting Scope creates bright, clear, sharp images in natural colors.
ne more advantage of this spotting scope is a well-thought-out design. The eyepiece is equipped with a soft rubber eyecup that eliminates side glare and provides additional comfort during observations. The reliable shell is completely waterproof. The kit also includes a handy case for storage and transportation. This case protects the instrument from moisture, dust and dirt. You don’t have to remove the case completely during your observations, just unfasten it – this is especially convenient in bad weather or in harsh field conditions.
Observations at high magnifications require greater stability in order to achieve maximum image sharpness and clarity. That’s why Levenhuk Blaze 90 Spotting Scope comes with a metal table tripod.
The kit includes:
Metal table tripod
Case for storage and transportation
User manual and lifetime warranty
fully coated (prisms: silver coating; lenses: blue coating)
Objective lens diameter (aperture), mm
Field of view, °
Eye relief, mm
Close focus, m
Field of view, m/1000 m
Exit pupil diameter, mm