Malkin 10 x 50 Porro Prism Binocular
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The Malkin 10 x 50 Porro Prism Binocular with its porro prism system that provides a greater depth perception, generally offering a wider field of view is the perfect pair of binoculars for all your outdoor adventures.
- Porro Prism System: In porro prism binoculars, the objective or front lens is offset from the eyepiece. Porro prism binoculars provide a greater depth
- Magnification (Power): Binoculars are often referred to by two numbers separated by an "x". The first number is the power of magnification of the bino
- Objective Lens Size: The second number in the formula (10 x 50) is the diameter of the objective front lens. The larger the objective lens, the more l
- Coated Optics: Lens surface coatings reduce light loss and glare due to reflection for a brighter, higher-contrast image with less eyestrain.
- Coated - A single layer on at least one lens surface.
- Fully Coated - A single layer on all air-to-glass surfaces.
- Multi-Coated - Multiple layers on at least one lens surface.
- Fully Multi-Coated - Multiple layers on all air-to-glass surfaces.
- Field-of-View (F.O.V.): The side-to-side measurement of the circular viewing field or subject area. It is defined by the width in feet or meters of th
- Exit Pupil: Refers to the size of the circle of light visible at the eyepiece of a binocular. The larger the exit pupil, the brighter the image.
- Eye Relief: The distance a binocular can be held away from the eye and still present the full field-of-view. Extended or long eye relief reduces eyest
- Eyeglass Wearers - Eyecups: The distance a binocular can be held away from the eye and still present the full field-of-view. Extended or long eye reli
- A "fine focus" adjustment ring usually provided around one eyepiece to accommodate for vision differences between the right and left eyes.
- Diopter Adjustment: A "fine focus" adjustment ring usually provided around one eyepiece to accommodate for vision differences between the right and le