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Steiner Marine Binoculars

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  • Steiner 7x50 commander XP
  • Steiner binocular 7x50 commander xp (no compass)
  • Field of view at 100 YDS = 390 feet | magnification = 7x50
  • Waterproof rating = submersible , weight (oz) = 37 | compass = no
  • Objective lens diameter (MM) = none
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Product Description

It's not just wet. It's a whole different world. Fogbound mornings, afternoons of glaring sun and s alt spray, nights like floating on ink. Always in motion, temperatures all over the board, distances that challenge land-bound perceptions. Steiner marine optics were built for this: waterproof, corrosion-proof, always crystal-clear, with special coatings, Construction and capabilities specifically created for a water-borne life. Steiner Marine Binoculars - The perfect, first pair of quality, water-going binoculars for enthusiasts who want the most performance for their money.Features:7x Magnification the marine standard, with a wide, stable image for tracking other boats, buoys and bridge numbers even in rough water. High Contrast Optics provide bright, sharply contoured images with natural color definition for outstanding viewing quality suitable for both beginners and professionals. Floating Prism System uses flexible silicon lens mount to absorb severe shock, impact and abuse without damage.Sports-Auto Focus System lets you focus each eyepiece to your vision once, then keeps images razor sharp from 20 yards to infinity. No more chasing focus on moving objects. Waterproof and Rubber Armored durable construction that can stand up to wet conditions and ergonomic ridges and pads for a secure, comfortable grip.

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  • ASIN: B00F0X1ZNI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,919 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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They are very clear too.
Joseph Carroll
In low light and night conditions this is an excellent performer.
D. MCKICHAN
I'm so glad I discovered the Marine line of Steiner!
M. Evangelist

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42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By D. MCKICHAN TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 28, 2006
Color Name: Black
I have the 7x50 Steiner Ralleye model, which appears to be identical to the Marine version. It is built like a tank and gives you a lot of confidence that it will hold up to abuse. In low light and night conditions this is an excellent performer. If you are using this is an area with a lot ambient light (such as a town) or moonlight, it will really bring a lot of detail out of the shadows and is a better choice by far then night vison equipment costing hundreds more. The 7x magnification is also a nice choice for avoiding lense shake. (I also have a pair of 9x40 Steiners, and that move from 7x-9x power is noticeable.) The 7x50 also allows you to better follow moving targets. The sport auto focus system works very well and the optics are excellent.

Edit: Oct 2009. I have acquired several other binos since this purchase and now primarily use a roof prism set of 10x40's as the weight is better and I wanted that little bit of extra power in the day light. However for low light and stability nothing beats these and they are still the best built pair I have. I would still recommend these.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Carroll on July 4, 2007
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
The Steiner Marine 7x50 binoculars have met my (admittedly high) expectations. The Sports Auto-Focus is great -- even better on my Marine pair than the Predator models that I looked at in Academy Sports. It makes changing from viewing one object to another fast and easy. They are very clear too. With the focus set at the closest range I can read the buttons on my microwave from across my small trailer. Using them out of doors the foliage really pops out (even when overcast). In almost complete darkness they enable one to see things the naked eye cannot. I have used them at night when I could barely see to walk around. The view through the binoculars was hardly affected at all. Once I used them to look from my parent's back yard, across the (six-lane) interstate, into the parking lot of the local community college at night. I could see the bugs playing around the streetlights!

I hadn't seen this particular pair in person, so they surprised me with their light weight -- some people had called them heavy online. They must be very frail people. This pair is much, much lighter than the Sears brand ones my parents got me 15+ years ago that are smaller. Compared to all steel binoculars the Steiners hardly weigh anything. They are not so light that image-shake is a problem however. The weight combined with the 7 magnification makes for an easily stabilized view.

One other thing of note is the 22mm of eye relief. That is a very helpful feature to me since I wear eyeglasses. Other binoculars with less eye relief have been problematic for me -- even ones with 19mm eye relief made by Steiner. Of course, for those who do not wear glasses, the rubber eye-cups can be folded out to reduce the amount of eye relief.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By M. Evangelist on November 6, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
Last summer while visiting a friend in Germany I had a chance to try a pair of high-end Steiner binoculars. They completely reset my expectations of how good a binocular can be; the image quality was unbelievable. Unfortunately, they were the Commander series, which are way beyond my budget.

I'm so glad I discovered the Marine line of Steiner! They totally blow away anything else in the price range.

PROS -

* Incredibly bright and sharp image
* Made in Germany
* Very high quality construction
* Comfortable to hold
* Good eye clearance
* Nice carrying case included
* Waterproof

CONS -

* Heavy - over two pounds (doesn't bother me at all, but for some it might be a factor)
* Pretty large
* The neck strap is a little underwhelming, but it's functional

Steiner binoculars reinforce a view I've held for years: the Germans really know how to make lenses.

Don't even think about other brands if you're planning to spend $300 on binoculars. Get the Steiner!
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39 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Ben on January 5, 2011
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I bought these at the same time as a Steiner 7x50 Commander XP model. The Commander XP's use the same case but for triple the price have better eyepieces, coatings and optical specifications and a few additional or better accessories than the Marine model.

I compared them in terrestrial and celestial viewing but the easiest comparison is done with astronomical subjects since they really define performance clearly. The images in the Marine model merged effortless. In the Commander XP, I have difficulty merging the images. The XP's are obviously badly out of collimation. I don't care to fix this myself on binos in this price range but I was pleased that the much less costly Marine's appear to be flawless in this respect.

I evaluated the real and apparent fields of view as well as the sharpness near the edge of the field.

In the Marine model, the real field of view is reasonably wide but apparent field is quite narrow. It's not bad but it's not a spectacular vista either. In the Commander XP, the real FOV is only barely perceptibly wider. Steiner's website lists the specifications. The apparent field, which is not specified is about the same for both. The almost indiscernable extra width of real FOV does not contribute much to the value of the XP's for triple the price.

On the Marine model, I put Sirius and Jupiter in the center of the field. They each looked nice. Moving the binoculars so that the objects were farther from the center of the field I could see the image degraded about half-way to the edge of the field of view. Near the very edge, the image was appalling. Much more than half-way out of the center of the field of view, the star or planet turns from a bright point to just a smear. Near the very edge it's a dim smudge.
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