BARSKA Magnus ED 390X65 Refractor Telescope with Hard Case

| March 11, 2012 | 2 Comments

BARSKA Magnus ED 390X65 Refractor Telescope with Hard Case

  • 65x Max Power with 65mm Objective lens
  • Fully multi-coated optics maximizes light tresmission
  • 1.25″ Crayford focus system
  • Refractor optical system
  • Bonus accessories includes hard case

Max power: 65x, Focal Length (mm) 390, Focal Ratio: 6 Eyepiece: PL6mm, 8-24, Diagonal 1.25″ 90°

List Price: $ 781.25

Price: $ 349.99

Nikon 7216 Action 8x40mm Binoculars

  • Aspherical eyepiece lenses with multi-coated prisms
  • Quick central focus system
  • 420-foot field of view at 1,000 yards
  • Magnification: 8x
  • Objective lens: 40mm

A great bang-for-the-buck binocular, the 8×40 Action VII Binocular is the ‘standard’ entry in value-driven porro prism lineup, featuring a tremendous view that’s relaxed and spacious. It is a great choice enjoying stadium sports, and also makes for a sensible birding or hunting selection. Its high-refraction prisms combined with the 8x magnification yield a wide 8.2 degree true field of view, and the aspherical eyepiece design makes for a wide apparent field as well. The Action VII has

List Price: $ 120.95

Price: $ 61.00

Related Telescopes Products

 

Tags: , , , , , ,

Category: Products

Author (Author Profile)

Comments (2)

Trackback URL | Comments RSS Feed

  1. C. J. Campbell says:
    370 of 381 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    ABSOLUTLY THE BEST BINOCULARS AT THIS PRICE RANGE, September 23, 2005
    By 
    C. J. Campbell (Redford twp., Mi United States) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Nikon 7216 Action 8x40mm Binoculars (Electronics)

    Nikon Action 8×40

    Nikon’s Action series has always been their entry level effort. The series has gone through some pretty radical changes over the years. Nikon seems to be much more adventuresome at this price point than they are in their top of the line products. The latest Action binoculars all feature aspheric lens technology.

    The Action 8×40 is probably the glass of most interest to birders. It is a wide angle design, with 8.5° of field (that translates to 446 feet at 1000 yards), a close focus in the 12 foot range and eye relief of about 10mm. The limited eye relief means that spectacle wearers will not see the full field (what else is new?)…but the usable field for most people will still be relatively wide when compared to most 8x40s on the market (especially in this price range). The body is mat gray armored. The smooth armor is sufficiently tacky to provide a good grip, but some gripping aids (ridges or patterns) might have made it more secure in the hands. Body design is standard porroprism, and comfortable in the hands, with a large comfortable ribbed focus control. However the focus might be a stretch for those with real small hands.

    Optically, the Nikon Action 8×40 gives the extra bright, extra sharp first impression that I have come to associate with Nikon’s applications of aspheric technology. While the view is not the equal of that provided by glasses like the Swift Ultralite 8×42 glasses which cost over twice as much as the Nikon Action 8×40, it is certainly very close.

    When compared to the current BVD Reference Standard for bargain binoculars, the Bushnell 8×42 NatureView, the Nikon Action 8×40 is slightly brighter, with a bit more snap (likely due to the lack of multi-coating on the NatureView). The NatureView, however, has much better eye relief and a bit more comfortable view. While the NatureView retains its Reference Standard designation for the moment, the Nikon Action 8×40 are certainly very fine binoculars in the same price range…a BVD Starred Product, highly recommended to anyone who wants bird-worthy binoculars on a budget. Really, if you start birding with the Egrets, it may be a long time before you feel the need to upgrade, and it will certainly spoil you for many a lesser glass that just happens to cost more.

    The Nikon Action series binoculars utilize aspherical lenses, ergonomic chassis, and quick central focus to maximize long term viewing comfort. All models feature high light transmission, multicoated lenses and high index BaK-4 prisms for superior resolution and brightness.

    Buy them!

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No

  2. Sarah Sharp says:
    77 of 81 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great price + great quality!, December 1, 2006
    By 
    Sarah Sharp (Elgin IL USA) –

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Nikon 7216 Action 8x40mm Binoculars (Electronics)

    These are my first pair of binoculars (actually a gift for my husband who likes birding and hiking), so I didn’t know much about buying such an item. I read a lot of reviews and did some looking, and these seemed to be the best quality at the best price. After using them for several months, we couldn’t be more pleased. The lenses offer clear, crisp viewing, and are easy to adjust for comfortable viewing. I like that the eye cups are soft and won’t scratch my glasses. It’s brought a whole new dimension to our nature hikes!

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No

Say Something