Swarovski Binoculars Habicht 8X30 WMS

€809.95 *

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The traditional form of observation. The Habicht model is the optical classic system that has been tried and tested and continually developed for generations. The vivid, high-contrast images it produces with outstanding transmission values are what make it so popular. The sturdy light-alloy housing makes these binoculars particularly suitable for hunting in the mountains.

The light, compact Habicht 8x30 model is a pair of Porro prism, black armored binoculars. They only weigh 19 oz / 540 g. These binoculars, which have been tried-and tested for many years, can offer an excellent field of view of 408 ft / 136 m, even with their traditional design.

Included
Bag, eyepiece cover, carrying strap leather

Technical Data
Magnification: 8x
Effective objective lens diameter (mm): 30
Exit pupil diameter (mm): 3.8
Exit pupil distance (eye relief) (mm): 12
Field of view (ft/1000 yds / m/1000 m): 408 / 136
Field of view (degrees): 7.8
Field of view for eyeglass wearers (degrees): 6.6
Field of view, apparent (degrees): 60
Shortest focusing distance (ft / m): 10 / 3
Dioptric compensation (dpt): ± 5
Diopter correction at ∞ (dpt): 5
Light transmission (%): 96
Pupil distance (in / mm): 2.2-2.83 / 56-72
Twilight factor acc. to ISO 14132-1: 16
Length approx. (in / mm)*: 4.5 / 114
Width approx. (in / mm)**: 6.3 / 160
Height approx. (in / mm)**: 2.1 / 53
Weight approx. (oz / g): 19 / 540
Functional temperature: -13 °F to +131 °F (-25 °C / +55 °C)
Storage temperature: -22 °F to +158 °F (-30 °C / +70 °C)
Submersion tightness: 13 ft / 4 m water depth (inert gas filling)

* Value with eyecups twisted in
** Dimensions at a pupil distance of 2.5 in / 64 mm

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