Docter B/GA Binoculars

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Docter B/GA Binoculars

from 1,838.59

The Docter B/GA Series of Binoculars are designed from the ground up for those who need a binocular that will withstand the harshest conditions on the planet. Whether they are being used to survey the frozen tundra, the scorching desert or the high seas, these binoculars are built to withstand the rigours of real world operations.

The B/GA series offers two distinctive models with 7x40 and 10x42 configurations. For incredible resolution these models are equipped with a telephoto lens design that blocks any inferring light and 5-lens wide-angle eyepieces. This pentaprism system provides minimal light loss. They are filled with nitrogen gas and tightly sealed and enclosed in rugged rubber for maximum protection. These binoculars are extremely lightweight and robust. Ideal for every professional facing extreme terrain at the sea, deserts, permafrost and tropical areas.

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  • Multi-coated (DOCTER®multitop)
  • Aluminium-magnesium Body
  • ED Glass
  • Phase Correction
  • Prism Coatings
  • Pentaprism system
  • Schmidt-Pechan roof-type prisms
  • BaK-4 Prisms
  • Rugged Rubber Armoring
  • Multi-positioned Eyecups
  • Individual Eyepiece Focusing
  • Wider FOV
  • Tripod Mountable
  • Waterproof and Fog-proof (Nitrogen)
  • Submersible (up to 1 meter)

Understanding The Numbers

Scopes and Binoculars are specified by a combination of numbers such as 8×42 or 8×56, the first number indicates the level of Magnification (how close the subject appears to be; 4 times closer, 6 times closer, 8 times closer, etc.) while the second number is the size of the Objective Lens in millimetres. The size of the objective lens determines how much light the instrument takes in. A higher number indicates a larger lens capable of taking in more light which results in a brighter image and improved viewing experience.