MIZAR SPOTTING SCOPES

Wikipedia® again provides a concise definition for the spotting scope as a small portable telescope with added optics to present an erect image (that's fancy optic language meaning 'right-side up' and not 'upside down'), optimized for the observation of terrestrial objects.They are used for birdwatching and other naturalist activities, for hunting and marksmen, for surveillance, and for any other application that requires more magnification than a pair of binoculars, typically on the order of 20× to 60×.

THREE GREAT MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM

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Quick-Focus® at the large lens combined with Fine-Focus® at the eyepiece ensures a speedy and accurate focus, so you won't miss much of the action. High performance aircraft manufacturers have adopted Extra-Low Dispersion, or ED glass, and this feature coupled with our advanced multi-coating process, greatly reduces chromatic aberration for sharp, clear imaging.

15X-45X
SKF-60
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17X-52X
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OUR VERY BEST
20X-60X
SKX77A

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High performance aircraft manufacturers have adopted Extra-Low Dispersion, or ED glass, like that used in our SKX77A Scope. This feature coupled with our advanced multi-coating process, greatly reduces chromatic aberration for sharp, clear imaging.