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Nikon Aculon A211 10 x 50 Binocular - Black
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- New sleek design
- Aspherical eyepiece lens eliminates image distortion even at the lens periphery (except zoom models)
- Multilayer-coated lenses for brighter images
- Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups facilitate easy positioning of eyes at the correct eyepoint (except zoom models)
- Rubber armour for shock-resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
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Bring the world closer and enjoy a detailed view with the Aculon A211 7x35 binoculars from Nikon. Achieving superior optical performance at a highly attractive price thanks to Nikon’s advanced optical design software, and with a magnification of 7x this Aculon model is particularly good for watching fast-moving sports, but that’s not all. Created with outdoor pursuits in mind the Aculon A211 has been built with a rugged exterior, so whether you are going hiking, bird watching or camping, these sturdy sports optics are ready for action.
The name Aculon was coined by combining the terms accuracy and precision to create a name that represents Nikon's desire to bring detail to life through the use of binoculars. The Aculon A211 7x35 certainly lives up to the brief. Employing a large objective lens diameter of 35mm in a high-quality Porro prism design, these high-performing binoculars deliver a wonderfully bright, wide field of view. Even in poor light conditions superior light transmission is made possible thanks to Nikon’s multilayer lens coating resulting with the image clarity and flat field of view demanded by nature enthusiasts. Working to eliminate optical imperfections, the aspherical eyepiece lenses offer high-contrast and distortion-free edge-to-edge sharpness. Ensuring you get the very best from these recreational binoculars while preventing damage to the very environment they allow you to marvel at, the Aculon A211 uses eco-glass, free of arsenic and lead, throughout.
|Spectator SportsA wider field of view allows sight of the entire pitch or field and 7x-10x magnification is best for fast moving sports. For an enhanced view, easy changes in magnification with zoom-type binoculars are extremely practical.|
|Outdoors, Camping, HikingDurability, portability, ease-of-use and ergonomic design is the perfect combination when you’re enjoying rugged outdoor activities. Models which feature rubber armouring and waterproofing are ideal. For poor lighting conditions a larger objective diameter and Nikon's multicoated lenses are recommended.|
|Birdwatching, Nature Watching7x-10x magnification is most suitable for nature viewing with 8x-12x models recommended for wildlife at a greater distance. A wide field of view is best for tracking birds in flight.|
For ease of use, Nikon have provided features to ensure you get the very best from these rugged sports optics. So whether you wear glasses, contact lenses, or use your binoculars without either, you’ll have the perfect view of your chosen subject. Compensating for differences between your left and right eye, the twist-type dioptre ring helps you achieve the sharpest possible image. Central focussing then ensures that you can maintain an optimal view of your subject, and a high relative-brightness means these great all-rounders will catch breathtaking views of your surroundings with ease.
A shock resistant rubber-armoured housing not only comfortably fits all hand sizes but also provides convenient non-slip handling. The large focusing wheel is simple to use even with gloves on, thanks to it’s size and central position. For comfort the turn-and-slide rubber eyecups can either be positioned outwards which provides a good eye rest, or moved back which is particularly useful when wearing spectacles. Perfect for handheld outdoor use, the Aculon A211 7x35 binoculars can be worn around the neck with the strap provided or alternatively fixed to a Tripod using the optional TRA-2 Tripod Adaptor.
With the hardworking Aculon A211 7x35 binoculars from Nikon you can bring the great outdoors to your doorstep in the finest of detail.
Aculon A211 Model Comparison
The Aculon A211 is available in a wide range of magnifications and objective sizes, and in both fixed focal length and zoom format. Take a look at the table below comparing the capabilities of the Aculon A211 7x35 with some of the other fixed focal length models.
|Nikon Aculon A211 7x35 Binoculars||Nikon Aculon A211 7x50 Binoculars||Nikon Aculon A211 10x50 Binoculars||Nikon Aculon A211 12x50 Binoculars|
|Angular Field of View (apparent)||59.3°||42.7°||59.2°||57.2°|
|Field of View at 1000m||163m||112m||114m||91m|
|Angular Field of View (real)||9.3°||6.4°||6.5°||5.2°|
|Interpupillary Distance Adjustment||56-72mm||56-72mm||56-72mm||56-72mm|
|Close Focusing Distance||5.0m||8.0m||7.0m||8.0m|
|Supplied Accessories||Neck StrapCarrying Case||Neck StrapCarrying Case||Neck StrapCarrying Case||Neck StrapCarrying Case|
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Top Customer Reviews
Have had the binoculars for 6 weeks and carry them with me wherever I travel. Have had a good quality pair for 40 years and just amazed at the increased quality of the Nikon 10x50
User would benefit from using a tripod in certain circumstances.
I would recommend to both the professional or pleasure user.
Its five stars. They'll probably fall apart now I've written this!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Absolutely Superb. I previously bought a pair of binoculars for £39.99 that lacked clarity, and which wouldn't close sufficiently to align with my pupils - which are well within... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Julian Bonser
These are absolutely brilliant binoculars for bird watching. I wish I had bought them sooner. They are well worth the investment. Thanks NikonPublished 1 month ago by Bill Porter