Leica Ultravid 10x42 HD-Plus Binoculars - Black
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Manufacturer code: 40094 | Our code: 120319
Leica Ultravid 10x42 HD-Plus Binoculars. The 42 HD-PLUS models are almost as compact as the 32 mm models, allowing comfortable and ergonomic handling and a steady grip. Yet they provide light gathering capabilities close to the 50 mm model and thanks to new coating methods and special HT Glass from Schott they guarantee improved light transmission and therefore brighter images and an even wider spectrum of contrast.
Experience nature in razor-sharp details
The Leica Ultravid HD series incorporates top-performing lenses that keep stray light at a minimum. This guarantees superb colour and contrast, a bright and clear view and sharpest detail resolution.
Constructed to be a reliable companion
Hidden within their high-class design, these binoculars know only the finest mechanisms and optics. Additional innovative features make each Leica Ultravid HD a durable and reliable companion.
Shields the optical systems from wet, dirt and damage
The innovative AquaDura® coating grants crystal clear vision in any weather and protects the lenses from scratches or abrasion. Raindrops simply roll off. Dirt and fingerprints are easily wiped away.
- Internal focusing via central focusing device
- 9 lens elements each side, all with HDC™ coating and Leica AquaDura™
- Roof prism with phase correcting coating P40 and HighLux-System HLS™
- Watertight to a depth of 5 m/16.5 ft
- Housing Die-cast magnesium, nitrogen-filled housing
- Automatic diopter compensation ADC™
- Removable eyepieces for eyeglass wearers
- Neoprene carrying strap
- Eyepiece cover
- Protective front lens cover
- Cordura case
|Dimensions||H: 14.7cm x W: 12cm x D: 6.8cm|
|Objective Lens Diameter||42 mm|
|Exit Pupil Diameter||4.2 mm|
|Linear Field of View (@ 1000m)||112 m|
|Shortest Focusing Distance||2.9 m|
|Dioptric Compensation (±)||4|
|Interpupillary Distance||55-75 mm|
|Eye Relief||16 mm|
Review by Keith Connolly
Perfect despite the hefty price tag.
Review by Mr Colin Beaton
Tried a few out and read all the reviews and opinions on the net only downside I could see was some people didnt like the ergonomics compared to a similar set from Swarovski. So for £300 less I bought these as I couldnt see how bad ergonomics could be on a set of binoculars. Nothing wrong with the ergonomics and are actually lighter than the Swarovski. My eyes arent good enough to tell the difference in the optical quality between them but I can say that these have amazing optics even in low light. Not cheap but you can tell the second you focus on an object that it was money well spent.
Review by Khan Johnson
great pair of bins would recommend to anyone who wants the best there is for bird watching etc the price makes your eyes water when you buy thembut as they say you only get what you pay for