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Nikon 7579 Monarch 7 8 x 30 mm Binocular (Black)

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  • With an apparent angular field of view of more than 60 degrees, the MONARCH 7 30mm binocular makes is easy to find your subject.
  • Compact and easy to carry, the dimensions of the MONARCH 7 30mm binocular are 4.7 inches long by 4.8 inches wide, making it more portable than ever before.
  • Dielectric High-Reflective Multilayer Prism Coatings are applied to all lenses and prism coatings to provide high-contrast images and accurate color reproduction.
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  • Model: 7579

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.6 x 4.8 x 1.2 inches ; 15.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00F3BVPZU
  • Item model number: 7579
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,105 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 10, 2013

Product Description

The MONARCH 7 30mm binocular features a new, sophisticated body design that is lighter and more compact. Its improved optical system features 30mm objectives, a wide apparent field of view and Nikon's ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass lenses. The sharp, crisp views of the MONARCH 7 are now even more portable and more convenient to take with you on your next adventure.

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For their size, they provide excellent optical clarity with very sharp edges and minimal distortion.
Jayme Baer
It has a much bigger FOV than the Swaro and in contrast to it's bigger brother the 8x42 Monarch 7 HD it is dead sharp on-axis.
Dennis W. Mau
As a longtime Nikon SLR camera user, I was expecting high quality optical glass, but was still very pleasantly surprised.
Binary Spin

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dennis W. Mau on November 29, 2013
The new Nikon Monarch 7 8x30 is very nice! I have been using mine and I am very satisfied with it. The thing is really cute kind of like the Swarovski CL and about the same size but lighter YET! It is REALLY light. It is weird how much smaller a 30mm can be. The mechanics on it all work fine including diopter, IPD tension and eyecups and typical silky smooth Nikon focus. The accessories are all great with a nice rainguard, great strap, nice little case with belt loop and good tethered objective covers. Very typical Nikon high quality with a nice comfortable cushy rubber armour. I like it better than the Swaro CL for 1/2 the price. It has a much bigger FOV than the Swaro and in contrast to it's bigger brother the 8x42 Monarch 7 HD it is dead sharp on-axis. As sharp as my Swarovision and Conquest HD on-axis although these two do have a bigger sweet spot and of course the Swarovision has those sharp edges. IMO it is a better binoicular than it's bigger brother which too me is not that sharp on-axis. Very nice binocular if you are looking for something portable in the sub $500 range that is easy to carry around and you don't want to put up with the idiosyncrasies of a compact. I haven't looked through the new Swaro 8x25 but I will bet this little jewel will smoke it and it isn't much bigger.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Doug on May 12, 2014
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This is a stellar pair of binos. Sharpness on center is superb. Edge sharpness is good, not up to alpha glass level, but you simply will not notice in regular use. FOV is satisfying, and certainly better than most other binos of this class. Focusing action is _perfect_, with no lash, excellent response, and a great ratio. Build quality is impeccable, the rubber armor very good, etc. Can't say enough. With any pair of roof binos, you have to be wary of dim images. These are good enough for me, a long time porro user.

There are reports of some loss of contrast from uncoated internal rings. You can find info under the thread title "Monarch 7 8x30 fix" on birdforum.net. That is certainly one price to pay for Chinese made binos. Recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Binary Spin on June 10, 2014
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Can't say enough about the quality and optical performance of these binoculars. As a longtime Nikon SLR camera user, I was expecting high quality optical glass, but was still very pleasantly surprised. I can't believe Nikon got such great glass and a wide field of view into such a small, light, rugged package!

They capture a lot of light which gives a nice, bright view even during twilight hours, and the rubberized coating provides a very comfortable non-slip feel. They also feel pretty much indestructible - nice to know since they'll be going rock climbing.

8x30 is also perfect for me. Didn't want to lug around anything bigger/heavier, and with narrower FOV (e.g., 8x22 which they replaced) I spent too much time hunting for objects, especially moving ones, and they weren't nearly as bright.

So, very happy with purchase. Will be putting these to the test on Safari in August (second time), where a quality pair of rugged binoculars can definitely make a difference.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By rawash5 on June 7, 2014
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These are excellent compact binoculars if you are not concerned about peak low light performance. They are clear edge to edge, the lenses are well coated for superb color rendition, and the provided strap is very comfortable. Weight is also reasonable so you're not feeling like you're lugging around heavy glass.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Dauntless on April 23, 2014
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This is a great 8x binocular with only one minor flaw.

The quality of the binocular and the clarity of the images are top notch. It's less than a pound, which also makes it a handy travel bino. You can hardly feel it on your neck. Speaking of the neck; it comes with an excellent neck strap that is partly responsible for that light feel (especially if you keep it short). Superb field of view makes it so much easier to follow the birds hopping from branch to branch. The only marginal issue with this binocular is the eye relief. If you wear eyeglasses, depending on the design of your eyeglasses you might not be able to achieve that superb field of view. I can barely make it by pressing the eyecups slightly into my eyeglasses, pushing them back to get the full view. It could have used another couple of millimeters of eye relief.

This is a very small binocular compared to the regular (or even compact) sizes I'm accustomed to use. Therefore, when I first handled it in the field, it felt like a toy binocular. However, after a few days, it started to feel normal and now it's my first choice especially when it comes to warbles and fast birds.
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