Bresser Special 7-35x50 Zoomar
The Bresser Special 7-35x50 Zoomar binoculars are ideal when high magnifications are necessary. Think of ships off the coast or of situations where someone is skiing down a mountain in the distance. The only disadvantage of prism zoom binoculars is the mobility of the optical parts. As a result, zoom binoculars will generally need to be replaced faster than binoculars with a fixed magnification.
Easy to zoom
Specifications: Bak 4 glass, fully multi-coated
With the lever attached on the right side of the binoculars, you can easily zoom in. This allows you to keep the binoculars at your eyes and focus on the object of your choice. At magnifications higher than 10x, we recommend using a tripod. The tripod can be purchased separately, just have a look at our bundle deals. The tripod adapter which is needed to fix the binoculars onto the tripod mount is separate and is delivered free with the binoculars.
The Special 7-35x50 comes with:
- BK4 glass Material:
The lens of a viewer may consist of BK4 glass and BK7 glass. BK4 is qualitatively better and offers a clearer image. The Bresser Special 7-35x50 Zoomar features BK4 glass.
- Fully multi-coated glass
Binoculars come with various coatings: they may feature a coating, a multi-coating and they may also be fully multi-coated. The latter has a higher light transmission, and, as a consequence, the images are clearer and sharper. The Bresser Zoomar is equipped with FMC (Fully multi-coated glass)
- Central focus
The Zoomar has a focus knob in the middle of the binoculars, so you can focus the binoculars very easily.
- Rubber Coating
The exterior of the binoculars has a rubber coating so the binoculars are easy to hold and feel great in your hand.
- Nylon Bag
- Tripod Adapter
- Cleaning Cloth
- Eyepiece Caps