Features large objective lenses and multi-coated optics to provide bright and crisp images. The BAK4 porro prism design provides a rich depth of view and contrast. Rubber eye cups optimize long eye relief and block stray light from leaking in from your periphery vision, and can be folded down for eyeglass users. A center focus wheel gives easy access with either hand for precision focusing. This full-size binocular is also appropriate for casual use for sports, wildlife safari, or nature viewing in full daylight and low-light. The comfortable field of view and large objective lenses create an optical system well-suited for both terrestrial and extraterrestrial viewing.
The Porro Prism Binoculars come with everything you need to get started:
- A carrying case.
- Objective lens caps.
- Eyepiece caps.
- Lens cloths (so you can keep your lenses clean).
- An instruction manual.
Hawk Binoculars: What Makes It So Special?
The Hawk Binoculars come with 10x magnification, 50 mm objective diameter and 10 mm eyepiece diameter. The field of view is 123m/1000m, and the lens coating is fully coated. These specifications help you see the birds clearly without distortions or light loss.
Lastly, Pie Matrix Hawk Binoculars are 67.4 degrees apparent a wide angle, allowing for a wider field of view than other binoculars at this price point might offer.
The Hawk Binocular is optimized for terrestrial viewing, so you can use it to enjoy the world around you. The binoculars are made with high-quality glass lenses, which offer sharp, detailed images. They also have a wide field of view (about 6°), so you can see a lot of the scenery at once.
Hawk Binoculars are ideal for wildlife observation. They provide a wide field of view and high magnification, making it easy to see the details of your subjects. Hawk Binoculars are also waterproof and fog proof, so they don’t fog up in wet or humid conditions.
Deep Sky Objects:
A Hawk Binocular can help you in Deep Sky Objects because it has a large aperture, meaning you can see more of the sky at once. Since most deep sky objects are faint and dim, having a larger aperture is important. It’s also important to have a wide field of view, which allows you to see more stars and galaxies in the same field of view.
Craters of Moon and Planets Jupiter’s Galilean Moons
The Hawk Binoculars help view craters of our Moon. It can also magnify to show Jupiter’s moons as tiny stars moving our it. They have a large aperture and are made up of two lenses, which magnify what you see. This helps because when looking at Jupiter’s moons they appear as tiny dots in the sky.
- Magnification: 10x
- Objective Diameter: 50 mm
- Eyepiece Diameter: 10 mm
- Prism: BAK 4
- Prism Type: Porro
- Field of View: 123m/1000m
- Lens Coating: Fully Coated
- Colour: Black
- Weight: 900 g
- Material: Aluminum
In the box:
Binocular | Neck Strap | Carrying Case | Objective Lens Caps | Eyepiece Caps | Lens Cloth | Instruction Manual
- Never look directly at the Sun with the naked eye or with this optic. Permanent and irreversible eye damage may result.
- Never use your optic to project an image of the Sun onto any surface. Internal heat build-up can damage the optic and any accessories attached to it.
- Never leave your optic unsupervised. Make sure an adult who is familiar with the correct operating procedures is with your optic at all times, especially when children are present.
- Universal Smartphone Adapter – To capture pictures of objects seen in the binoculars (Terrestrial objects, Moon and planets) right in your smartphone immediately as you observe it.
- Binocular Tripod Adapter – Use your binoculars to get a stable and focused image on the tripod. Very important digiscoping.