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Nikon ACULON A211 10x50 Binoculars
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- Large objective lens diameter for a brighter and wider field of view
- Multilayer-coated lenses for bright, sharp images, Eye relief (mm): 11.8
- Aspherical eyepiece lenses for undistorted images across entire surface of the lens
- Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups facilitate positioning of the eyes
- Rubber armoring offers shock resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
- Tripod adaptable, Real field of view (°): 6.5, Apparent field of view (°): 59.2, Field of view @ 1000m (m/ft): 114/341
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Aculon A211 10x50 binoculars are built with multi-purpose functionality and a lightweight, ergonomic design. These binoculars are perfect for those looking for extremely versatile and high quality,
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Quality and Affordability
The ACULON A211 10-22x50 zoom binoculars feature adjustable 10-22-power multicoated lenses and 50mm objectives fabricated with Nikon’s exclusive lead and arsenic free Eco-Glass. The BaK4 Porro prism systems within all ACULON A211 binoculars deliver a high quality image under a multitude of lighting conditions, making these binoculars effective from dawn till dusk. All together the ACULON A211 10-22x50 zoom binoculars are a quality, cost effective choice.
ACULON 10-22x50 Zoom Features
Multicoated Eco-Glass Lenses
A triad of optical technology is integrated into the ACULON A211 binoculars. The unique zoom feature delivers a wide range of magnifications that can be quickly tailored to the situationv, while lens multicoating enhances image brightness. The Nikon Eco-Glass ’ lenses deliver astonishing clarity and precision in a lighter-weight, lead and arsenic-free glass composition.
Smooth Central Focus Knob and Eyepiece Zoom
The fast and smooth range of focus allows for quick viewing in addition to the ACULON A211 line’s comfortable and ergonomic design. The eyepiece mounted Zoom Lever allows fast magnification changes from 10x through 22x.
Turn-and-Slide Multi-Click Rubber Eyecups
The turn-and-slide multi-click rubber eyecups allow users to adjust the eye relief for a custom fit—providing a full field of view and maximum comfort during extended periods of use.
Durable Rubber-Armored Coating
ACULON A211 10-22x50 zoom binoculars are built to handle virtually any environment you can bring them into. No matter what the weather conditions may be, you will always have a sure, non-slip grip on your binoculars, making them one piece of equipment you can always count on to perform.
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Nikon is dedicated to quality, performance and total customer satisfaction. If your Nikon Binocular, LaserForce Rangefinder Binocular, Riflescope, Scope Mount or Fieldscope requires repair not covered by our Limited Lifetime Warranty, just send it to us and Nikon will at our option repair or replace the product at no charge.
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I had ordered seeing an MRP of 9999 and a discount offering them for 5749. On receiving I saw the printed MRP as 5750. Seller - Camera Art and Supports. They have inflated the price to misguide customers.
Low light performance is good. Obviously more brighter than naked eye.
Viewing angle is small
Weight is on the heavier side (1.3 kilograms). You won't want to carry this around whole day or for trekking/hiking.
Little over priced.
Since viewing angle is small and the bino is heavy u need extra steady hands even at 10x.
Tripod is a must have if u want to enjoy the zoom.
U need to refocus after changing magnification.
Don't buy this blindly because of the magnification. For practical/normal/all occasion use 8x40/42 is the best.
U get what u pay for is true.
The basic function any pair of binoculars serves is to let us see distant objects, organic or inorganic, clearly and close.
So, what distinguishes one pair from a similar one in the market? The material used in manufacturing it.
Since these are made in China, what you essentially pay for when you pay more than 11K for these is for the brand name printed on them. And that brand name accounts for about 75% of the amount you pay. Reason?
Though the description page on amazon.in claims that these binoculars are imported from the USA, they are made in China and you can get a very similar pair, with similar or (almost the) same (maybe even better such as IP65 or better) features for less than one-fourth of the price you pay for these. Buying a Chinese brand binoculars makes sense as it is a better value for your money.
In any case, you're going to get a Chinese pair at the end of the day if you are buying from amazon.in, maybe even from an offline shop in India, irrespective of the amount you spend and what you will get by paying ₹11,250 for these is not likely to be any different from what you get when you buy a similar pair of a Chinese brand binoculars at 25% price of these as it is perfectly possible that they are manufactured using the same material used in these. Actually, there is no way to know these are not made in the same Chinese factory that makes other Chinese brand binoculars.
I had a Chinese pair I bought for less than ₹3000 a few years back. I took them with me on my trip to Gangotri this May and forgot them in the glove compartment of the rental. The driver decided not to return them later when I recalled this and asked for them.
I took these with me on my recent trip to Shimla (which is quite beautiful, and somewhat dangerous, in monsoon; you shouldn’t take these out in rain as they are not waterproof nor fog proof) and I can say I didn't get much better results from these than I did from the pair I lost. As a matter of fact, the Chinese pair rented at the Green Valley was better than these (and water resistant at that).
Out of the box you get the binoculars, caps for the lenses, a neck strap, a pouch, a tripod adapter, guarantee card, a manual, and the list of service centers. Nikon has gone a stinge here and not included a cleaning cloth as if the company would go bankrupt if it included one.
The so-called (because the Chinese would call an orange an apple if they can sell it at the price of an apple; they don’t have any qualms and don’t care either for logic or for honour) BaK4 prisms used in these are actually Schott PsK3, to use the correct term, manufactured using phosphate crown, the cheaper Chinese version of barium crown, used in practically all cheap BaK4 or BaK7 prism binoculars, most of which are made in China (Ba is for barium, the Ps in PsK is for phosphate, and K is for ‘kron’, German for crown, by the way). Top-end brands like Leica, Leupold, Swarovski, or Zeiss use Schott BaK4 prisms (or roof prisms) made from barium crown glass. While Nikon claims these are Eco glass, they are not ED nor fully multi-coated, both of which matter more—even after charging ₹11,250.
The variable zoom is more of a gimmick than an actually useful feature as at higher magnifications, the resultant image loses out on clarity and focusing becomes rather erratic. I currently don't use one but may be a tripod could help in focusing at least as these are bit on the heavier side.
Overall, I wouldn't recommend these over a similar Chinese pair, which you can buy at least four for the price of this one if you intend to spend that much amount. And you wouldn't miss out the fun on a trip by having to take turns by sharing only one with friends or family. You won't see any difference—literally.
If you must have a pair of Nikon binoculars in this price range, its Prostaff 3S is much better value for your money (₹10200), which have roof prisms, are less heavy, and waterproof.