Happy Hours HOT 20 x 52 Dual Focus Zoom Green Optic Lens Armoring Super Clear Monocular Telescope 66M/8000M Perfect for Bird Watching Hunting Camping Hiking Armoring Outdoor Travel

$24.59

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  • Brand new mini monocular
  • Allows you to watch faraway sceneries
  • Ideal for water sports, out door activities, bird watching, walking, climbing, travel etc. Fashion and portable.
  • This durable and quality viewing device is a compact alternative to traditional style binoculars and telescopes.
  • Magnification:20x

Brands:

Happy Hours®

Product Code:

B00PTM6BNE

Availability:

In Stock
Size Name:20 x 52

Package Included:

1 pcs Telescope

1 pcs-Cleaning cloth

1 pcs-Bag

Features:

Multicoated optics guarantee superior light transmission and brightness

This product have dual focus capability (front and back adjustable zoom)

Single hand operation

Powerful, ultra-compact and ultra-lightweight

Objective Lens: The diameter of the objective or front lens. The larger the objective lens, the more light that enters the binocular, and the brighter the image

Magnification: 20x

Field of View: 66M/ 8000M

Field of view: 6.5¡ã

Eye Lens Diameter: 19mm

Objective lens diameter: 55mm

Monocular Size: 160 x 52 x 40 mm

Prism Type: BaK4

Net Weight: 320g

Color: Black


Product information Size Name:20 x 52 ASIN B00PTM6BNE

Optical zoom is never really useful below about 7x. Naked eye is always better. This optic doesn't waste time with what one can already see and goes right into seeing new things on the horizon. Was looking down the beach and saw nobody. Pulled out this optic and saw surfers about a half mile away. Didn't even see them without this optic. That's the promise of optics that's never met, until this gem. Movies always show the hero looking through an optic to see land or some object hidden by distance? This is the first optic that actually accomplishes that feat. Only 82 grams (3 oz.) with lens caps.

Yes, it shakes, but that's not the optic's fault. Looking through an awfully thin straw at 50x? Of course it requires a steady hand. But, the magnification is available, unlike most optics.

Held it by hand up to iPhone camera. It works... barely. The rubber eye relief prevents proper positioning, so the image is a moderate circle instead of utilizing the camera's whole field of view. Maybe 20% of iPhone's FoV? To be fair, this optic doesn't even mention the possibility of using with a camera, but it's nice to know there is some capability.