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Home Binoculars Celestron Binoculars Celestron SkyMaster 9x63 Binoculars
Special offer while stocks last - Celestrons SkyMaster 9x63 binoculars are phenomenal value for high performance large aperture handheld binoculars. Ideal for astronomical viewing or for terrestrial use, especially over long distances this is our largest binocular recommended for handheld use. SkyMaster models feature high quality BAK-4 prisms and multi-coated optics for enhanced contrast. Celestron has designed and engineered the larger SkyMaster models to meet the special demands of extended astronomical or terrestrial viewing sessions.
This superb binocular has the maximum 7mm exit pupil recommended for the brightest possible view in low light conditions combined with large 63mm lenses making them ideal for astronomy.9x magnification porro prism binocular Fully Multi-Coated optics for extremely sharp, clear views Rugged full-size design for maximum image brightness Nitrogen purged for waterproof and fog proof performance Multi position twist-up eyecups for quick adjustment and optimum eye relief Suitable for terrestrial or astronomical viewing Protective rubber covering for ultra-firm grip Large center focus know for easy focusing Carrying case included for travel and safe storage No Fault Warranty provides best protection and product support on the market TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION:OPTICAL DESIGN: Porro DIAMETER: 63 mm MAGNIFICATION: 9 xANGULAR FIELD OF VIEW: 5 °LINEAR FIELD OF VIEW (@1000 YDS): 261.825 ft (79.8 m)EXIT PUPIL: 7 mm EYE RELIEF: 17 mm NEAR FOCUS (BINOCULARS): 35 ft (10.67 m)PRISMS: BAK-4 OPTICAL COATINGS: Fully Multi-Coated CAPS: Yes STRAP: Yes WEATHER PROOF: Waterproof TRIPOD ADAPTABLE: Yes WEIGHT: 44 oz (1247.38 g)
Good Optics and Ideal Size Nice crisp optics with no chromatic aberration. The x63 lenses gather so much light I have no problem seeing nebulae. I wear glasses as my eyes are out of alignment due to a cataract op', but I don't need them with these binoculars -the adjustment is that good. Not too heavy to use without a tripod (29/02/2020) John Watkinson - Northants
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