Nikon Action 7x50 Binocular
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- Multicoated aspherical lens for clear viewing
- BaK4 high-index prisms
- Ample exit pupils for superior light gathering
- Magnification: 7x
- Objective lens: 50mm
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|Exit Pupil Diameter||7.1|
|Item Dimensions||4.2 x 8.4 x 9.6 inches|
|Item Display Weight||1.171 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||2.9 pounds|
|Objective Lens Diameter||50|
|Shipping Weight||2.87 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
For anyone new to astronomy the temptation is always to go for high magnification. Please do not fall for this misconception. The wider angle view and brighter image from lower power is almost always more appealling. It is much easier to find a target and keep it in view as well. This is especially true with hand held binoculars. The 7x magnification of the binos are on the lower end of what is available, so a new comer might be tempted to try a higher power to get a close up view.Read more ›
my budget is $100.
before I purchased Nikon 7*50 binocular,I searched the internet for various brands and models, it seems this one is the best considering its
ratio of performance over price.I wear a eyeglass usually,and the eye cup of this model is foldable,because it has long eye relief(17mm? I can not remember exactly).the wide field of view and great focusing power makes it very suitable for watching the night sky. the images are sharp compared with dark background ,you can see much more stars than your naked eye!I highly recommend this model to those entry level Ameteur Astromomers!
But if theater and sports is your main usage then instead go get a 4x30. They are the go to for me. I use the 7x35 for looking around. The 7x50 for star gazing. And I own a 15x70 for long range fun. Anything more powerful is a waste of money. My next step up is a real telescope.
Be honest about your needs. Binocular powers are like notes in Jazz: sometimes less is more.
BTW, here on Amazon, these amazing instruments are very affordable. By two or three. You will honestly appreciate them all.
You might consider paying the fifty dollar premium and get the Nikon Action 7x50 EX Extreme ATB. This buys you rubberized armor for bumps, water-proofing and fog-proofing. This also means you won't get condensation inside when going from hot to cold or visa-versa. If you get in and out of your car or house a lot, use binoculars outdoors in the mist or rain, or take them through brush, it's worth the extra money. If you look at things through your window or only in good weather, save your money and get the Action 7 X 50.
You may want to check the chart I mentioned above. It has information on all of the pertinent specs to help you choose the right size. It applies to both the Action and Action EX Extreme series.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was looking for binoculars for my dad. Reading the reviews, this seemed like what I needed, and good, basic set for beginners. Read morePublished on March 30, 2013 by Reina de la Noche
Wonderful, bright image quality. Superb low light viewing of wildlife, fabulous night sky images. Yes, a little more heavy than 7X35's, and much brighter viewing. Read morePublished on February 12, 2013 by The Wizard
I enjoy these binoculars . i will never forget the experience of seeing M31 for the first time through these eye pieces .Published on January 3, 2013 by wayer
These are great binoculars especially for the price. I love them. We use them for whale watching on the Oregon coast and they do an excellent job. Read morePublished on December 19, 2012 by T. Boyles
I really like these binoculars for crips clear viewing. They are pretty large, however, and may not suit your style for hiking or hunting. Read morePublished on December 17, 2012 by Joe Cosper
very happy to get a great set of quality binocs. Should last many years. A good buy.
Thanks, Kenny Sacramento Calif
this is better quality that I thought, It's Nikon, so I expected it will be a good one, but at this price, I was pleasantly supprised.Published on December 4, 2012 by Wade Lee
I intially ordered a smaller Nikon bino. It came with a lot liquid around the lens and the bino did not let you feel that you have good brand name product in hand, so I returned... Read morePublished on November 15, 2012 by Sean
Bought these for stargazing, and they work beautifully. I turned these on the night sky, and where only one or two points of light typically appear to the naked eye, suddenly... Read morePublished on October 17, 2012 by Mark