EMARTH 20-60x60AE Spotting Scope
The Emarth 20-60x60AE Spotting Scope, along with a tripod and carrying bag, is perfect for observing wildlife, moon gazing and star gazing and is handy on your travels. Even though the scope is predominantly made from plastic, it seems of sturdy build and is well made. The eyepiece is protected by a screw-on cap, which provides a tight seal and will prevent moisture, dust or debris contaminating the lens. Furthermore the 60mm lens is protected by a press-on lens cap. In addition the scope is supplied in a neat nylon carry case complete with adjustable shoulder strap. Inside the case is the scope, lens cleaning cloth, basic product information leaflet and there is a separate compartment containing the tripod.
The tripod feels a bit shaky, yet it does a good job. Once the scope and tripod are attached it is very easy to use. The eye piece is marked with three magnification settings: 20X, 40X and 60X. Furthermore, the image quality is excellent and by carefully adjusting the focus you are able to get a razor sharp image. Although the field of view is a little narrow, if you are observing a particular animal it is perfect. In conclusion, the Emarth GOMU is a really nice quality scope which is simple to use and would be ideal for a beginner or casual observer and for the money you can't possibly go wrong.
● Type: Spotting Scopes
● Magnification:20x - 60x
● Objective lens diameter:60mm
● Eyepiece diameter:14mm
● Eye relief: 17-13.5mm
● Exit Pupil: 3.2-1.10mm
● Field of View: 39-19m/1000m
● Prism Type: BK7
● Focusing Method:Central focus
● Optical Coating: Full Multi Coated
● Size: 350 x 100 x 75mm
● Weight: 640g
- BK-7 prism for bright, clear, crisp viewing
- Waterproof fogproof spotting scope with tripod, ideal for all-weather conditions.
- Ergonomically designed and lightweight to enhance overall handling
- 45 degree eyepiece
- 1.25 inch eyepiece adaptor (with good eye relief) allows usage of any 1.25 inch eyepiece
- Very good value, compared to more expensive scopes
- The focus knob is very loose and easily changes
- Loses clarity at high powers
- Narrow field of view
- Tripod could be sturdier and better quality
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