Brand: Celestron

Celestron Cometron 7x50mm Porro Binoculars (71198)

71198

Brand: Celestron

Celestron Cometron 7x50mm Porro Binoculars (71198)

71198

This is a great pair of beginner binoculars. Perfect for looking at the moon, sweeping across the milky way, and wildlife viewing. Comes with a comfortable strap and carrying case.
  • Wide field of view reveals a larger portion of the night sky, allowing you to view more of the comet's impressive tail
  • Large 50 mm objective lenses have tremendous light-gathering ability, ideal for astronomical use
  • Multi-coated optics dramatically increase light transmission for brighter images with increased contrast and resolution
  • Large exit pupil provides maximum light during nighttime and low-light viewing sessions
  • Strong and durable aluminum housing
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Product Description

Get ready for the next awe-inspiring comet with a pair of sleek, portable Celestron Cometron 7x50 binoculars.

The large 50mm objective lenses and multi-coated optics offer amazing light-gathering capabilities that bring celestial objects into bright, sharp focus, making them ideal for comet watching, stargazing, and viewing craters on the Moon. Cometron 7x50mm's wide field of view lets you explore expansive swaths of the sky to quickly pinpoint exactly the object you want to see, then keeps it in your sights without constant movement.

Cometron 7x50mm’s rubberized aluminum housing is durable, lightweight, and tripod adaptable for extended comfort during long stargazing sessions. The binoculars come with a wide neck strap and a carrying case for security, portability, and grab-and-go convenience.

What's in the Box

  • Cometron 7X50mm Porro Binoculars
  • Neck strap
  • Carrying case
  • Objective lens caps
  • Eyepiece caps
  • Lens cloth
  • Instruction manual

Specifications

Magnification: 7x
Objective Lens Diameter: 50mm (1.97")
Angular Field of View: 6.8°
Linear Field of View (@1000 yds) / @1000 m): 357 ft (119 m)
Exit Pupil: 7.1mm (.28")
Eye Relief: 13mm (.51")
Close Focus: 26.2 ft (8 m)
Interpupillary Distance (max): 72mm (2.83")
Interpupillary Distance (min): 56mm (2.20")
Diopter Adjustment Range: ±3
Twilight Factor: 18.7
Relative Brightness: 50.41
Limiting Stellar Magnitude:
  • Ideal: 10.99
  • Moderate: 9.99
  • Poor: 8.99
Lens Coatings: Multi-Coated
Prism Glass (Type): BK7
Prism Coatings: N/A
Weight: 27.3 oz (774 g)
Environmental Protection: Water Resistant
Nitrogen Filled: No
Tripod Adaptable: Yes
Carrying Case: Woven Nylon
Dimensions: 168mm x 198mm x 64mm (6.6" x 7.8" x 2.5")

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Good buy for the money

I took these baby's out to what was pretty dark skies. Milky Way was pretty faint where I was. Probably bortle scale of 3. I'm no expert what a good pair of binoculars are but I can see much more stars beyond what my naked eye can see when I look through them into the night sky. When I could faintly make out M31 (Andromeda Galaxy) with my naked eye, the binos really brought the galaxy to show. I also had a nice look at Pleiades Star Cluster with these as well.

I had a pair of 10x50's just before I bought these and found them to be harder to work with cause the more magnification you work with, the worse they are if you cannot keep them dead still. The shaking and moving as you try to hold still gets magnified as you magnify (go figure). I find these to be enough zoom as they are for star hopping. Even at 7x for an aspiring beginner, it is still quite a zoom and navigation takes a bit of practice as more stars will show up making tracing just a bit more work. But it's worth it. It's a good first pair that won't break the bank.

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