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Binoculars - Steiner Optics Brings Us Closer To The Action With Two New Additions To Its Popular Predator Series

Binoculars- Press Release

Hunting Binoculars - For those who refuse to sacrifice portability for added power and brightness, Steiner Optics now offers the new 10x50 and 12x50 Predator binoculars. These center-focus models offer exceptionally bright ‘close-up’ views with their large 50 mm lenses, yet feature a lightweight design that is compact enough to bring anywhere.

Excellent for glassing at long ranges in open countryside, both center-focus binoculars feature a smooth and accurate center-focus knob that can be manipulated effortlessly and efficiently, allowing users to quickly focus in on objects or track moving subjects from afar.

The roof-prism binoculars are equipped with Steiner's High-Contrast green-tinted lens coating system that helps make wildlife detection much easier for the human eye. By filtering background greenery and foliage and enhancing the visibility of browns, reds and other wildlife colors, the coating helps users detect distant images even against well-camouflaged backgrounds. When scanning a wooded area with a Steiner Predator, animals seem to pop out against scenery.

Featuring Steiner’s highest-grade phase-corrected optical glass and BAK 4 prisms, the new Predators deliver exceptional sharpness and clarity. Steiner’s fully multi-coated optics enhance brightness and contrast, offering excellent detail recognition, even from great distances.

Weighing under 30 ounces, the 10x50 and 12x50 Predators deliver high-power and outstanding views in a compact package designed to travel well, whether glassing for several hours from a tree stand or trekking for extended periods of time. The Predators’ lightweight design, ergonomic shape and contoured thumb grooves prevent arm fatigue. Encased in a green rubber armoring, the Predators are water-resistant, fog-proof and rugged enough to withstand use in less-than-ideal conditions.

The new 10x50 Predator offers 19 mm of eye relief (12x50: 15 mm), with profiled wrap-around eyecups that block distracting side light. The eyecups also fold back instantly for use when wearing eyeglass or sunglasses.


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