Brand: Kowa

Kowa TSN-500 Series 50mm Spotting Scopes (TSN-500)

Brand: Kowa

Kowa TSN-500 Series 50mm Spotting Scopes (TSN-500)

  • Ultra-compact spotting scope with 50mm objective lens
  • High quality and fully multi-coated lens material
  • Does not add weight: only 400 grams
  • Spotting scope with angular viewer and zoom eyepiece 20-40x
  • Particularly suitable for nature or bird watching, travelling and for always having with you
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Product Description

Enjoy close up views of nature anytime with the Kowa TSN-500 spotting scope. Small and light enough to always be with you whether at home, the park or trekking out in the hills. See flowers and insects with incredible detail using the close focus capabilities. A responsive focus wheel and smooth 20-40x twist zoom makes operation easy for any age.

Features

Tiny Size - Big Performance

The TSN-500 series scope may be tiny but optically it punches well above its (400g) weight! Kowa optical technology squeezes out as much light transmission and resolution possible for an objective lens of this size using state of the art lens coatings. Images are clear and bright with great detail.

Fully Waterproof Body

To keep the body of the TSN-500 series scope as light as possible, an advanced polycarbonate material is used whilst retaining a rugged strength to protect the optics and engineering inside. The body is fully waterproof and nitrogen filled to prevent fogging in extreme temperatures. All in all - it's a tough little cookie!

The Scope that Fits in the Palm of your Hand

Measuring just a mere 239mm in length and weighing only 400g (TSN-501 model), the TSN-500 is one of the smallest and lightest spotting scopes on the market. Even at this small size, Kowa have manged to create an ultra compact optic that still delivers great optical quality.

Take in your back pack, on holiday abroad or even in your glovebox - never miss a moment with the Kowa TSN-500. At the design stage, every detail was considered to make the TSN-500 as compact as possible.

Easy to Use for All Ages

With a built in twist 20-40x zoom lens and a smooth, responsive focus wheel, the TSN-500 spotting scope series really can be enjoyed by all ages. Simple and elegant design and operation combined with an ultra compact lightweight body makes the scope super portable for those wishing to travel light and carry less equipment whilst still enjoying great optical quality at an incredible price.

Close Focus Reveals a New World

The Kowa TSN-500 series spotting scope can focus down to just 2.5m - this incredible close focus performance brings the secret world of flowers and insects in to all its glory. See incredible detail of this micro world that you would not normally see. Imagine observing a flower head at 40x optical zoom standing just 2.5m away from your subject!

Time to Accessorize!

The TSN-500 spotting scope is supported by a range of accessories to enhance the use of this tiny little scope. Choose from 5 exciting neoprene case colours. If you want to digiscope with your smartphone you can easily attach to the eyepiece using the dedicated smartphone adapter. For a more comfortable holding position why not try the Kowa HD hand grip?

What's in the Box

  • TSN-501/2 20-40x spotting scope 
  • Objective lens cap
  • Eyepiece cap
  • Instruction manual

Specifications

Model: TSN-501 TSN-502
Angled/Straight: Angled Straight
Objective Lens Material: Normal Lens Normal Lens
Objective Lens Effective Diameter: 50mm 50mm
Minimum Focusing Distance: 2.5m 2.5m
Filter thread: 55mm 55mm
Length: 241mm 259mm
Weight: 400g 400g

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