Binoculars, an excellent way to get close up views that the human eye could never normally see, are made in a variety of strengths and styles. If it's long-distance sky-gazing or nature observation that you seek, the 25 x 100 binocular may be the ideal choice for you. The 25 refers to the magnification: Any 25 x 100 binocular will magnify objects to 25 times their normal size. The 100 refers to the lens size. A 100mm lens is among the largest of binocular lenses made, and is a good choice when you want to see a very large area, such as the night sky. The larger lenses have the additional benefit of being able to draw in more light than smaller lenses can.
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Celestron SkyMaster 25 x100 Binocular
The Celestron SkyMaster 25 x 100 binocular offers the maximum in long range image clarity and brightness, even in poor lighting conditions. Each lens has individual eyepiece focus to ensure proper viewing, and the long eye relief allows virtually any user, even one wearing eyeglasses, to use this binocular with ease. The
Celestron SkyMaster 25 x100 Binocular has multi-coated lenses, which provide durability and resistance to water and moisture.
Orion 25 x100 Giant View Astronomy Binoculars
The Orion Giant View 25 x 100 Astronomy Binoculars are the largest binoculars made by Orion. The binoculars are made for long-distance stargazing with excellent clarity. The Orion Giant View Astronomy Binoculars weigh about 4.58 Kilogram. The BAK-4 internal prisms and inner baffling combine to allow the sharpest possible images. The long eye relief "lets eyeglass wearers see an unrestricted field of view." The binoculars are designed for use by ages 12 and up only and are not waterproof.
Fujinon 25 x 100 MT Binoculars
The Fujinon is the "largest conventional binocular out there," according to the Astronomy Binoculars website. The Fujinon 25 x 100 MT binoculars are created especially for deep-space viewing and feature a 2.75 degree field of view. The 18.4mm eye relief is long enough to accommodate most users, including those who wear glasses. The Fujinons are dry-nitrogen filled and are completely waterproof. The binocular coating is created using Fujinon's own electron beam coating (EBC) process, which gives a superior level of light transmission: 95 per cent light transmission in total, which allows for very sharp and bright images.
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