Bushnell Elite HD 10x42 ED Binoculars
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Manufacturer code: 620142ED | Our code: 108361
Bright. Clear. HD imagery. Already a 60+ year masterwork of ruggedness, clarity and light transmission, the Elite gets a significant performance upgrade this year with the addition of ED Prime Glass and Rainguard HD anti-fog technology.
Fully multi coated and featuring XTR Technology, our Advanced Fusion Hybrid Lens System delivers 99.7% light transmission per lens. The result is unmatched edge-to-edge clarity, contrast and colour-true imagery.
Rainguard HD coating eliminates lens fogging, boosts brightness and scatters moisture even faster than original Rainguard. The Bushnell Elite binoculars are also 100% waterproof, fogproof and built around a tough, lightweight magnesium chassis for reliability in the most extreme conditions.
The Bushnell Elite spotting scope gives you the advantage from the world's highest point of brightness, clarity and edge-to-edge detail, whether you're birding at sea level or hunting above timberline.
ED Prime Extra-Low Dispersion glass, premium BaK-4 prisms and fully multi-coated lenses deliver flawless colour fidelity, ultra-crisp images and optimum light transmission.
Waterproof construction and our Rainguard HD coating keep things clear. Save yourself some legwork and start at the top.
Advanced Fusion Hybrid Lens System
Rainguard HD water-repellent lens coating
PC-3 Phase Coating
Twist Up Eyecups
Fully Multi Coated
ED Prime Glass
O-ring Sealed 100% Waterproof/Fogproof/Dustproof Construction
Long Eye Relief
Rugged, yet light rubber armoured magnesium chassis with scratch-resistant powder coat
Locking Centre Dipotre Adjustment Dial
Comfort Neck Strap and Custom Molded Case Included
|Objective Lens Diameter||42 mm|
|Exit Pupil Diameter||4.2 mm|
|Linear Field of View (@ 1000m)||104.7 m|
|Shortest Focusing Distance||2.4 m|
|Eye Relief||15.5 mm|
Review by Alan Mowle
I started with 10x42 Jeff&jenny, compared them with Bushnell Natureview Plus 10x42 porro which should have been better, but we're not by a good margin. Bought Zeiss Terra 10x40 which were marginally better than the J&J's so returned them, bought Bushnell Elite ED 10x42 and they were distinctly better on more light, bigger sweet spot and that extra little bit better resolution, they are now mine! So quite a lot of comparison has now left me delighted with the Elite's, which I commend,