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High powered binoculars for bird watching with an extra wide field of view the trophy are the perfect binoculars to enjoy a great field of view and bright images with sharp details. they have extra low dispersion glass that enhances the color and light transmission. the case included in the box allows long and comfortable walks with your equipment. technical features magnification: 8xlens amp;Slash; (mm): 32exit pupil (mm): 4, Geometric light intensity: 16, 0twilight factor: 16, 0eye relief min. /max. (Mm): 5/interpapillary distance min. /max. (Mm): 54/74near point (m): 2field of view m/ 1, 000 m: 133height x Width x Depth (mm): 125 x 118 x 50weight without bag (g): 600nitrogen filled: yes waterproof: yes eyepieces for spectacle wearers: yes prisms: BaK-4, phase-corrected and dielectric mirror coated coating: full multi-coating: 10 years and garantie+what's in the box trophy D 8x32 binoculars; Protective dust caps; comfortable carrying strap with quick-release fastener; High quality carry-case
The story of Eschenbach Optik starts at the beginning of the 20th century in Nuremberg. Since 1913 our company has been dedicated to extending its expertise in the field of optics. Today, thanks to modern production processes, we are market leader in the field of optics. Eschenbach Optik is a traditional company which places the focus firmly on precision, quality, practicality and design.
The difference between ED glass and conventional glass is based on an extremely complex manufacturing process. ED glass corrects the chromatic errors which usually occur through the refraction of light. This high quality procedure eliminates âcolour fringingâ which normally occurs at edges or transitions. The image reproduction is sharp, rich in detail and true in colour.
In the case of dielectric mirror coating, up to 70 layers of a special coating is applied to the prisms using a complex procedure. This coating reduces prism changes and minimises reflections, so that the light can pass almost completely through the lens.
The ideal material for binocular prisms.
BaK-4 prisms ensure there is less scattered light, fewer colour purity errors, more edge-to-edge clarity, more light transmission and a higher resolution quality. BAK-4 prisms are a mark of high quality binoculars.
Dielectric mirror coating
Tips for selecting the right binoculars
The trophy D 8x42 ED binoculars offer the optimum compromise between weight, field of view and handiness. Whether youâre on holiday or playing sport, if you prefer binoculars which are as light as possible, we recommend trophy binoculars with an objective diameter of 20 to 32 mm, such as the trophy D 8x32ED, D 10x32 ED or F 8x25 ED and F 10x25 ED. If you want some great binoculars for the mountains that will get you as close as possible to the object youâre viewing, you should choose a trophy D with 10x magnification. In poor light conditions (bad weather or twilight), we recommend a maximum 8x magnification and ED lenses with the largest possible objective diameter, such as the 56 mm diameter of the trophy D 8x56 ED.
Phase correction is featured exclusively on roof prisms. In the case of porro prisms, phase correction does not offer any advantages due to the position of the prisms. By means of complex technology, the phase shifts of the light rays are corrected in roof prisms. Phase correction improves the resolution and the contrast of the images reproduced.
Full multi-layer coating
The trophy models have full multi-layer coating. In the case of full multi-layer coating, all lenses have a full surface anti-reflection coating. This technology allows the light to pass through the binoculars even in poor light conditions. Magnesium fluoride (âmagenta full coatingâ) is used for the standard coating. In the case of high quality binoculars such as those in the trophy range, the objective lens and eyepieces are also coated, as well as all lenses (combi-coating).
Using your binoculars correctly
Set the dioptre to 0 (usually located on the right eyepiece or in rare cases on the left eyepiece or on the focus wheel). Adjust the width of the binoculars so that you can see something with both eyes. Close the right eye and adjust the sharpness for the left eye with the central focus wheel. Then close the left eye and adjust the sharpness for the right eye.
|trophy 8x32||trophy 10x32||trophy 8x42||trophy 10x42||trophy 8x56||trophy 8x25 and 10x25|
|Magnification x Lens Ã (mm / in)||8 x 32 / 1,26||10 x 32 / 1,26||8 x 42 / 1,65||10 x 42 / 1,65||8 x 56 / 2,20||8 and 10 x 25 / 0,98|
|Near point (m /ft)||2 / 6,56||2,5 / 8,20||2,5 / 8,20||2,5 / 8,20||3 / 9,84||2 / 6,56|
|Field of view ft / 3280 ft||436,35||344,49||446,19||354,33||331,36||374,02|
|Height x Width x Depth (in)||4,92 x 4,64 x 1,97||4,92 x 4,64 x 1,97||5,63 x 4,92 x 2,28||5,63 x 4,92 x 2,28||6,85 x 5,63 x 2,63||4,01 x 4,45 x 1,65|
|Weight without bag (oz)||21,16||21,16||27,70||26,99||40,39||11,64|
|Nitrogen filled / Watertight||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Prisms||BaK-4, phase-corrected and dielectric mirror coated||BaK-4, phase-corrected and dielectric mirror coated||BaK-4, phase-corrected and dielectric mirror coated||BaK-4, phase-corrected and dielectric mirror coated||BaK-4, phase-corrected and dielectric mirror coated||BaK-4, phase-corrected and dielectric mirror coated|
|Coating||Full multi-coating||Full multi-coating||Full multi-coating||Full multi-coating||Full multi-coating||Full multi-coating|
Porro prisms: The conventional prisms. Binoculars with Porro prisms are normally wider than comparable roof prism binoculars, but not as long. Owing to their widerspaced objective lenses, conventional Porro binoculars offer slightly better stereoscopic depth perception at short distances than roof prism equivalents.
Roof prisms: These are very compact and therefore allow the binoculars to be built very slim in form. A higher level of optical precision engineering is required than for Porro binoculars of comparable quality.
BK-7 prisms: These prisms made from boron crown glass are the standard for a good quality image.
BaK-4 prisms: These carefully machined high performance prisms made from barium crown glass provide even better resolution of details and very sharp, bright images with high colour fidelity.
SK15 prisms: These prisms are made from high quality SK15 glass. They minimise unwanted internal reflections and provide razor-sharp images with optimum contrast.
Magnification: The value gives the apparent magnification that the lens produces. With an 8x magnification the object appears 8 times closer to the viewer than in reality . Here, an object appears to be only 100 m away when in fact it is at a distance of 800 m.
Lens diameter: This is an important performance figure of binoculars since its size crucially determines the lightgathering power: The bigger the lens, the more light that reaches the eye and the brighter the image. The objective lens diameter is stated in mm.
Exit pupil/Brightness index/Twilight factor: These are arithmetic values that result from the ratio of magnification and lens diameter. Important in practice: an exit pupil between 2 and 3 mm is sufficient for use in daylight. Binoculars with an exit pupil of 5-7 mm should be chosen for difficult light conditions.
Field of view: Specifies the width of terrain seen through the binoculars at a distance of 1,000 m. The greater the field of view, the easier it is to view landscapes or moving objects, such as animals or competitors at sports events. Binoculars with wide-angle optics (with the designation: Ww) have a particularly wide field of view.
Near point: This number indicates the shortest distance at which objects can be seen sharply and without distortion. This number is important when buying binoculars for use in museums or outings where viewing is at short range.
Phase correction: This particularly elaborate application of special surface coatings to the prisms of roof prism binoculars is the ultimate for outstanding image quality.
Dielectric mirror coating: A dielectric mirror coating inside the prism system allows almost 100% reflection of the incident light and prevents the coatings from ageing. This coating ensures contours always remain distinct and clearly discernible even in poor light conditions or during the twilight hours.
Internal focusing: Focusing means adjusting the sharpness of an image. Only the lenses inside the binoculars are moved during internal focusing. This closed system prevents dust, air or moisture from being drawn in.
Waterproof: This term refers to a system of water repellent features on the casing and moveable parts that makes the binoculars resistant to pressured water.
Nitrogen filled: In contrast to air, nitrogen contains no residual moisture and so prevents the internal optics from misting up if the ambient temperature fluctuates.
Coating: Eschenbach binoculars have fully multi-coated optics. This means that all glass-to-air surfaces have an extremely thin anti-reflection coating to optimise 'light movement' through the binoculars to the eyes. A magnesium fluoride coating (magenta coating) is the standard. On some binoculars this is combined with multi-coating on one side of the lens and eyepiece to improve light transmission. For the highest vision requirements though, multi-coating is applied to all lens surfaces.
To ensure true-to-life, completely colour accurate images, Eschenbach applies a naturebright coating to its farlux, bison and regatta binoculars.
Extra-low-dispersion (ED) glass: This expensive to produce glass compensates for chromatic aberration that normally occurs due to the differing dispersion of the light-beam colour components and is seen as colour fringing along edges and at transitions. ED glass ensures vivid true colour images, extremely rich in detail and with a sense of depth.