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Pentax Papilio Butterfly 8.5x21

$108.00 to $214.00



Named for the Latin word for butterfly, PENTAX Papilio 8.5x21 binoculars are the perfect choice for insect observation in the field and in museums and galleries. The enhanced observation capability of the Papilio binoculars is made possible by a PENTAX Convergent Lens Optical System Engineering (CLOSE) mechanism. The CLOSE mechanism automatically slides the left and right objective lenses toward the center when the focus is fixed at a short distance.Minimize

Manufacturer:Pentax Product MPNKey FeaturesOther FeaturesDimensionsMiscellaneous
MPN62216
Max Magnification   8.5x
Lens Coating   Fully Multi-Coated
Zoom   Without Zoom
Binoculars Type   Binocular
Night Vision   Without Night Vision
Tripod Adapter   Without Tripod Adapter
Focus Type   Center
Diopter Adjustable   With Diopter Adjustable
Waterproof   Without Waterproof
Near Focusing Distance1.6 ft
Field of View315 ft @ 1000 yds
Exit Pupil (mm)2.5
Height2.2 in.
Width4.3 in.
Depth4.6 in.
Weight10.2 oz.
UPC027075087408


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