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Mogo 20X50 Binoculars High Definition Waterproof Fogproof Generic Carrying Case Roof Prism General use Central Focusing #02697855

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Mogo 20X50 Binoculars High Definition Waterproof Fogproof Generic Carrying Case Roof Prism General use Central Focusing
$ 59.99
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Brand

Mogo

Selling Points

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Features:Waterproof
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Eye Relief (mm):20
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Exit Pupil Diameter (mm):2.5
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Objective Lens (mm):50

Specifications

Specification
Type Zoom Binoculars,
Material Rubber, PU Leather,
Features Roof Prism, Carrying Case, Generic, Fogproof, High Definition, Waterproof,
Structures Binoculars,
Battery N/A,
Eye Relief (mm) 20,
Eye Relief Range (mm) 15-20mm,
Exit Pupil Diameter (mm) 2.5,
Exit Pupil Diameter Range (mm) 2-3mm,
Magnification 20,
Objective Lens (mm) 50,
Field Range (°) ,
Eye Lens(mm) 35,
Lens Diameter(cm) >30MM,
Focus System Central Focusing,
Net Dimensions(cm) 11.0*18.0*20.0,
Net Weight(kg) 0.8,
Listing Date 02/03/2015,
Magnification Range
Magnification 20x & Up,

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  1. Q: What is night vision for the optical telescopes?
  • A:Night vision is the ability to see in low light conditions. Whether by biological or technological means, night vision is made possible by a combination of two approaches: sufficient spectral range, and sufficient intensity range.

    Night vision technologies can be broadly divided into three main categories: image intensification, active illumination and thermal imaging. The Optical telescopes use the principle of Image intensification to achieve the function of night vision.

    Image intensification magnifies the amount of received photons from various natural sources such as starlight or moonlight. Therefore, under low-light conditions, through the optical telescope we can only see the fuzzy image, except for the stars. We call it "Low Light Night Vision".
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