Nikon Aculon T11 8-24×25 Zoom binoculars

Nikon Aculon T11 8-24×25 Zoom compact binoculars with zoom magnification from 8 to 24 times, diameter lens of 25 mm and swashplates adjustment increase.

Nikon lenses with a multilayer anti-reflective coating ensures high clarity and brightness, and turn-and-slide rubber eyecups help position the viewfinder relative to the eye.

The lightweight construction with a comfortable, reliable grip, this binocular is ideal for Hiking and observing sports activities.


  • Unique controller the zoom, which allows to smoothly change the magnification ratio in the range of 8-24 times
  • Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups that helps to correctly position the viewfinder relative to the eye
  • Lens with multi-layer anti-reflective coating to enhance image brightness
  • Comfort grip and easy operation
  • Magnification, ratio 8-24
  • Type of prism roof
  • Objective lens diameter (aperture), mm 25
  • Exit pupil diameter mm 3,1 (an 8-fold increase)
  • The removal of exit pupil, mm 13 (at 8x)
  • The relative brightness of 9.6 (zoomed in 8x)
  • Real angle of view, ° 4,6 (zoomed in 8x)
  • The visible angle of view, ° 35,6 (zoomed in 8x)
  • Field of vision on removal of 1000 m, m 80 (zoomed in 8x)
  • The minimum focusing distance, m 4
  • Interpupillary distance, mm 56-72
  • Purpose travel
  • Dimensions, mm 123х109
  • Weight, kg 0,35

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