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Celestron 71333 Nature DX 10x42 Binocular (Army Green)

128 customer reviews
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  • 10x42
  • BaK-4 Prisms w/ Phase Coating: Increases contrast and resolution for sharper more detailed images.
  • Fully Multi-Coated Optics: Allows maximum light transmission through the optical path for brighter images.
  • 6.5' Close Focus: Detailed, up close observation of subjects in close proximity. Ideal for watching birds, insects, plants, etc.
  • Compact and Lightweight
  • Wide Field of View
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Size: 10x42

Technical Details

Product Description


Celestron’s new Nature DX Series is the perfect companion for the outdoors lover. These affordable yet feature-packed binoculars are designed specifically for beginning to intermediate users. With the Nature DX series, you’ll get the important features you’re looking for, like fully multi-coated optics and BaK-4 prisms, while staying within your budget. You can feel confident taking Nature DX binoculars on any of your outdoor adventures. Even the full size models in the series are extremely portable and lightweight. Nature DX can withstand harsh weather; its fully waterproof housing is purged of air and filled with dry nitrogen gas.

Product Details

Size: 10x42
  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 2 x 4.9 inches ; 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00B73JP0K
  • Item model number: 71333
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (128 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,070 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at January 28, 2013

From the Manufacturer

What's in the Box?
  • Nature DX 10x42 Binocular
  • Lens Covers
  • Neck Strap
  • Lens Cloth
  • Carrying Case

Nature DX 10x42 Binoculars

Celestron’s Nature DX 10x42 binoculars are the perfect companion for your next outdoor adventure. These easy-to-use binoculars are great for beginners while still offering views rivaling those of more expensive binoculars, at a price to fit your budget.

Optical Perfection

The multi-coated optics of the Nature DX offers quality detail that you won’t find with other entry-level binoculars. Enjoy an outdoor adventure or take them inside for a concert or sporting event.

Lifestyle Compatible

The Nature DX Binocular hosts a durable rubber armored, polycarbonate housing to keep them protected from damage, without adding more weight to the design. The twist-up eyecups create a comfortable viewing experience for all, including those wearing glasses. The Nature DX binocular is also waterproof, fogprrof, and nitrogen purged allowing it to withstand the elements.

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

67 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Michael Laferriere on September 23, 2013
Size: 8x42 Verified Purchase
I began shopping for binoculars a few months before my purchase. I wanted binoculars that would be useful in kayaking as well as for astronomy.

My first criteria was picking out the size. Binoculars have two main specs you will want to use for this. The first is the magnification and the second is the objective lens size. These are 8X42 so you have 42mm objective lens and the binoculars magnify the image 8X. You should also realize that not only the image is magnified but also any motion, bumps, waves, bounces etc. You can always mount binoculars to a tripod for astronomy but this would not be very practical on the water. Normally people might want a large magnification for astronomy but smaller magnifications will reveal a larger swath of the sky in your view and the image will also appear brighter. 8X seemed like the best compromise for both hobbies and 42mm seemed adequate for astronomy as well as kayaking. Another very important option from my experience in astronomy is the dew and moisture that you will encounter. These binoculars are nitrogen purged and water resistant. This will be sufficient for the occasional splash of water (possibly even a dunking but I don't want to test that out) and the dew that forms as the nights get cold.

I finally got a chance to take them out on the water at Lake Wickaboag in West Warren Massachusetts. The day was unfortunately windy and the water choppy. These binoculars luckily come with attached lens rubber lens covers. They got a work out as I paddled out and where covered with splash marks but the eyepieces where nice and dry whenever I opened them up.
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Jay S on January 22, 2015
Size: 8x42 Verified Purchase
These have turned out to be my favorite pair of binoculars. The view is really nice, they fit very well into my hands, the focus is buttery smooth, and they seem really well made.

I was on the search for the best 8x42 I could find in my price range for bird watching and nature viewing, and in the process I've tried quite a few different brands/models. I did tons of research, reading every review, test, and recommendation I could find. My budget was up to $400, but I still tried more expensive binoculars just to have a good basis for comparison. The above-budget binoculars I tried were Vortex Viper, Vortex Razor, and Zeiss Conquest HD. Again, those were just for comparison and "benchmarking". These were tried in a store only, but it was a large store with many bright and also shadowed areas... plus lots of "stuffed" wildlife mounted high on the walls (deer, etc.).
The following binoculars were compared outdoors, I had each pair of these for one to two weeks, so I had time to do very thorough comparisons in many different lighting situations. Included were: Vanguard Spirit ED, Olympus Magellan EXWP I, Carson HD, Celestron TrailSeeker, and Atlas Intrepid ED. I also had/have some other sizes for comparison... Sightron Blue Sky II, 8x32 Alpen Apex 8x32, Alpen Shasta Ridge 10x42, Atlas Intrepid ED 7x36, and Kenko UltraView 10x42.

I have used many other pairs of binoculars for my other hobby, stargazing. Many of you already know that stargazing is very demanding on binoculars in terms of brightness, edge distortion, and resolution. I only mention this to show a bit more of my background, as some binoculars that are great for astronomy aren't the best for daytime... and vice-versa.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Hatter on May 28, 2013
Size: 10x25 Verified Purchase
It is always dangerous to purchase a pair of binoculars without first trying them out. However I ordered this pair after it was recommended by a photography magazine I read, and I have been very happy with them. On my previous binoculars the diopter setting had to be re-adjusted for different distances, which was exceptionally annoying when trying to identify moving birds. This pair has only needed one diopter adjustment and has given me very good visual clarity and magnification from a pair of binoculars I can carry in my pocket.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Odn on July 27, 2014
Size: 8x42 Verified Purchase
Wow. Very clear. I read several professional comparison reviews and came up with these (for the price). Some placed these best in under 200.00 class and above some in the 600.00 class. I believe it.

Depth of field is great, even though these are roof prisms (had that backwards earlier!) is great. Clarity is wonderful: these bins actually enhance images. I have a cheaper pair of 12X60s (Porros) I bought a month ago and I can see things 1/3-1/2 mile away more clear with these Celestron 8X.

Explanation of terms above: In case you don't know, roof-prisms are straight bins where the eye pieces are directly in line with the big lenses; they are shaped like an "H" These Celestrons are roof-prism bins. Porro prisms are the kinds that bow out past the actual eye pieces, like the old WWII German Bins, where the big lenses are out to the side. Roof-prisms give better depth of field and thereby make the image appear 3D compared to porros.

They feel solid, almost slightly heavy when holding them, but when I lift them they counterbalance so well as to seem almost weightless. I am no expert, though I have own at least 1/2 dozen pair of bins and have owned dozens in my life, ranging from 4X to 20X, most of them cheap, some WWII Military grade; still, I can easily say these are hands-down the best bins I've ever owned.
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