Celestron Nature DX ED 12 x 50 Binoculars - Premium Extra Low Dispersion ED Glass Lenses

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Celestron Nature DX ED 12 x 50 Binoculars - Premium Extra Low Dispersion ED Glass Lenses

Celestron Nature DX ED 12 x 50 Binoculars - Premium Extra Low Dispersion ED Glass Lenses

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That makes them a serious candidate for viewing wildlife from a safari vehicle, and for bird-watching. If you want to spend more and want perfectly image-stabilized binoculars, then go for the Canon 10x42L IS WP, which will give you super-steady stargazing through the same L glass found in Canon's finest camera lenses.

If you're after an impressive pair of binoculars to keep with you for a very long time, then the Nature DX ED 12x50 makes a compelling argument. While primarily ideal for bringing distant objects closer, these binoculars can focus sharply on objects just 2m/6. If you're after a mid-range pair of binoculars that can cope with rough travel, dawn safari drives and late-night stargazing then the Celestron Nature DX ED 12x50's top-class glass will impress. Now, Celestron is using that same technology to allow star gazers to connect to the night sky and enhance their experience of the cosmos in fun and unique ways. Taken together, the fully multi-coated lenses and BaK-4 prisms maximize light transmission for the remarkably bright, highly detailed images.

Ditto the use of BaK-4 glass prisms, which allows more light through than the more basic BaK-7 glass prisms. In this Celestron Nature DX ED 12x50 review we're going to see why it's worth spending as much as you can afford on a pair of binoculars. Omni Capital Retail Finance Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (register number 720279). Make sure an adult who is familiar with the correct operating procedures is with your optic at all times, especially when children are present.

Ditto the crescent Moon, which looked clean with no sign of purplish fringing – thanks to that ED glass. I really wanted a pair of 12x binoculars for general use but didn't want to spend an arm and a leg on something. The Celestron Nature DX ED 12x50 are one of four sizes in Celestron's Nature DX line-up of roof prism binoculars that make use of the same high-end ED glass. A durable rubber armoured, polycarbonate housing protects your Nature DX ED binoculars from damage without weighing you down.Mostly obvious as a purple line around bright objects, it's the result of poorly focused wavelengths of light.

If you’re after a pair of step-up binoculars designed for exquisite views while wildlife viewing and more, the Celestron Nature DX ED 12x50 could be for you.

Still, it's long become standard marketing-speak, and you'll now do well to find binoculars that don't claim to have some kind of multi-coatings, even at the extreme budget end of the market. Today, our world-class team of optical and electronic engineers continues to push the boundaries of technology. Essentially two tubes attached by a hinge (as opposed to the L-shaped optical engine between the tubes on a pair of porro prism binoculars), the Celestron Nature DX ED 12x50's tubes are nitrogen-purged to help reduce the threat of internal fogging.



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