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Steiner Navigator Pro 7x30 marine binoculars - Extremely rugged, sharp images, 5m water proof - Outstanding viewing quality for beginners and professionals, Blue

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Welcome to BirdForum, the internet's largest birding community with thousands of members from all over the world. When you look through Steiner binoculars, you feel the passion and the fascinating success story of the traditional company founded by Karl Steiner in 1947. The Navigator 7x30 With Compass is equipped with 30mm objective lenses and 7x magnification which provides a steady view in rough seas, with a bright image guaranteed and excellent contrast and sharp detail, even in near-darkness.

With this high-tech solution from STEINER, fogging or condensation inside the binoculars is completely eliminated.For a lightweight compact, this would be the just about best strap you could ever hope to get, but for these, I would have much preferred wider padded section that would distribute the weight more evenly. Steiner has added multiple coatings of a special anti-reflection material to ALL of the optical surfaces throughout the system and not just the first and last lenses, which is sometimes the case on lesser instruments. Obviously designed with watery environments in mind I feel these Steiner Navigator Pro 7x30 binoculars can also be used in a wide variety of other applications that do not necessarily include water. A few days ago, I got my hand on a new Steiner Navigator 7x30, the updated model with the open bridge. The 7x magnification is the classic bird watching binocular but is also well suited for nature viewing or as a general purpose model.

They added a new dimension to finding fishing marks because the definition they give is so good that birds in the air are particularly easy to spot from a long long way off.It offers exceptional performance for the costs with many of the features found on premium, world-famous Steiner marine binoculars. I hoped the 7x50 will offer one single interval as advertised, but I understand now is only a hope, not a reality (for my age). When using the Navigator on land, it's a pity that the individual focusers turn so stiff; of course, for a marine binocular that may not be so relevant because at sea, you almost always observe at infinity. So whilst it may not be as luxurious as a magnesium chassis, it is more lightweight and I would suggest easily strong enough to handle most mishaps onboard.

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