If you are out on a spontaneous cruise or a long-awaited sailing competition, you can always stay one step ahead than others with the Steiner Navigator 7x30 binoculars. The binoculars are built with high-quality porro prisms that produce detailed, contrast-rich images. The Steiner Navigator is a great companion for any water-sport enthusiast. The binoculars can be used for an array of activities like sailing, rafting, fishing and more.
The Navigator binoculars have a 7x magnification. Zoom in on any subject and get 7 times closer to view true-to-life visuals, every time. The image-in view does not alter or disrupt even when fully magnified, letting you enjoy all the visuals in high clarity.
The Steiner Navigator has a rugged and sophisticated finish. Equipped with SEBS rubber armouring, the binoculars offer excellent grip and comfort even during extended sessions of viewing. The soft, silicon rubber material is anti-slip, making the binoculars a good companion for all your summer trips.
The binoculars have a Sport-Auto-Focus along with diopter adjustments that are available for individual eyepieces. Built with an LX-Precision compass, the Navigator is very useful to track the size and distance of nearby boats and ships. The fluid damping and illumination on the compass makes it possible to adjust your position on water, even under extreme weather conditions. You can illuminate the compass, by just pressing a button on the side.
The Steiner binoculars have their own version of eyecups. These cylindric-soft eyecups comfortably fit the contours of the eye. They are made out of a soft, smooth silicone that assists in eliminating stray light. The binoculars have the dimensions of 165 X 106 X 65 mm and weigh 570 g. You can easily pack them into a backpack or a travel bag.
The Steiner Navigator 7x30 can be used in different environments and weather conditions. The binoculars are waterproof up to the depth of 2 m, and have special sealing technologies that prevent the accumulation of dust, dirt and moisture inside the binoculars.
The Steiner Navigator binoculars use a Nitrogen pressure system via 2-way-valve technology that prevents fogging on the inside of the binoculars. The pressure system also eliminates the building of condensation within the binoculars. The binoculars can be used in any season or weather condition as they can handle temperature fluctuations between -20 to +70°C.
The Steiner Navigator has a 30 mm objective lens. The large diameter of the lens helps in effective light transmission within the binoculars, giving you bright and contrast-rich images. You can track your subject even in dimly-lit environments with these binoculars as they have an exit pupil of 4.3 mm.
The Navigator binoculars have a Sports-Auto-Focus with diopter adjustment. With the Sports-Auto-Focus you can adjust the focus just by tuning the diopter adjustments. Just set the adjustments to 0 and you can enjoy focus from 20 m to infinity. Being at high seas requires a large field of view so that you can track boats and ships. The Navigator binoculars offer a field of view of 120 m, letting you effortlessly pan from right to left in larger environments and closing in on the required subject.
The Steiner binoculars have a floating prism mounting for their prisms. The mounting is fixed with durable, flexible silicon material on the prims that provide protection from damage and mild shocks, safeguarding the high-performance optical components inside. The lenses and prisms of the Navigator binoculars are specially coated. The coatings enhance the sharpness and contrast of the images.
If you are looking for a pair of binoculars that promises precision and performance in one package, then the Steiner Navigator 7x30 is for you. With the availability of a high-quality compass, and SEBS rubber armouring, the robust binoculars deliver the desired performance every time. You can not only use these binoculars for water sports, but also for activities like bird-watching and hiking.
11 Apr, 2014