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See nikon site on sports optics for all specs. Weight 26.8 oz
By TWayne Harris on January 30, 2014
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Excellent, Sharp images, easy focusing, some night capability because of the larger lenses that let in light. Nikon NO.1 no question.
By Eric D. Swanson on June 8, 2013
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Haven't used them under any of these conditions. Sorry!
By Rhonda C. on May 27, 2013
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Mine came with both. Or have you lost them and are looking for replacements?
By K. Forrest on March 27, 2015
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You don't need a tripod for this binoculars, You can see perfectly holding them with your hands.
By LUIS HENAO on July 27, 2014
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Mine came with a 25 year limited warranty and a no-fault replacement and repair policy. Mine came with a warranty form included in the box if it is ever needed.
By bdbriscoe on November 1, 2012
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Yeah these lens aren't for espionage but great for events. :)
By Daniel Ryan on February 24, 2013
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They say they have and anti-reflective coating. I'm not sure what they are coated with.
By handymantwo on November 23, 2012
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The number 8 refers to the magnification. In this case the object being viewed would appear to be eight times larger than seen with the naked eye. The number 40 refers to the diameter of the larger lens. The larger the number the bigger the lens. In this case it refers to 40 millimeters (about 1.5 inches). A large… see more The number 8 refers to the magnification. In this case the object being viewed would appear to be eight times larger than seen with the naked eye. The number 40 refers to the diameter of the larger lens. The larger the number the bigger the lens. In this case it refers to 40 millimeters (about 1.5 inches). A large lens is desirable as it will let more light in and the thus the object being viewed will look brighter. see less
By Thomas J. Mackey on November 7, 2012
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