Celestron Nature DX ED 12 x 50 Binoculars - Premium Extra Low Dispersion ED Glass Lenses

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Celestron Nature DX ED 12 x 50 Binoculars - Premium Extra Low Dispersion ED Glass Lenses

Celestron Nature DX ED 12 x 50 Binoculars - Premium Extra Low Dispersion ED Glass Lenses

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An excellent alternative to the Nature DX ED 12x50 if your aim is astronomy and you want to save money is the Celestron UpClose G2 10x50 porro prism binoculars, which are affordable yet present only minor image distortion. For those long days in your blind or in the field, or if you just want to eliminate arm fatigue or hand shake, the Nature DX ED can be tripod mounted using an optional adapter. That's something that can be all too obvious when pointing a pair of binoculars at very bright stars and the Moon. The optical tubes are nitrogen filled and O-ring sealed to make them waterproof and resistant to internal fogging when moving through extreme changes in temperature or environmental conditions.

As your choice leads you to bigger and bigger sizes, you might consider saving half the cost and weight, close one eye and choose a spotting scope, or an astro-telescope instead.

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That's partly helped by the fact that the rubber-covered polycarbonate tubes have some textured areas resting your fingers, there are no indents for thumbs. Adjustable rubber eyecups - Whether you wear eyeglasses or not, enjoy the full field of view by folding the rubber eyecups down or leaving them up. Taken together, the fully multi-coated lenses and BaK-4 prisms maximise light transmission for the remarkably bright, highly detailed images.The choice can be confusing and we will always do our best to help you match one of our wide range of over twenty Celestron binoculars to your personal preference and priorities. Essentially two tubes attached by a hinge (as opposed to the L-shaped optical engine between the tubes on a pair of porro prism binoculars), the Celestron Nature DX ED 12x50's tubes are nitrogen-purged to help reduce the threat of internal fogging. If you're after a mid-range pair of large binoculars ideal for wildlife viewing, the Celestron Nature DX ED 12x50 fit the bill.

Overall, the build quality is excellent, with the Nature DX ED 12x50 wearing a tough and waterproof rubber armor. While primarily ideal for bringing distant objects closer, these binoculars can focus sharply on objects just 2m/6.Pointing them immediately at some of the brightest stars and objects in the night sky, we failed to detect any traces of yellow and purple color fringing around while observing super-bright Sirius and a First Quarter Moon. Celestron’s high quality ED glass delivers visibly brighter, sharper images compared to non-ED binoculars. They are attached to the end of the tubes by rubber rings, which allow the lens caps to hang down beneath the lenses while you use them. There are some nice design flourishes, such as textured side panels where your fingers will rest and around eyepieces.

Soft focus and prominent CA center field, which coated distant birds and planes with fringes of purple and green. I cant comment on celestrons but i have had the Nikon AE in 12x50, its sweet spot was fine under normal use but i think they are low AFOV and lack of full multi coating. The importance of the quality of glass used in the optical arrangements inside binoculars can’t be overstated. If you're after a mid-range pair of binoculars that can cope with rough travel, dawn safari drives and late-night stargazing then the Celestron Nature DX ED 12x50's top-class glass will impress. In the box there’s a good quality neck strap and a small padded nylon bag complete with a handy pocket.

feet from the viewer, which makes a massive difference when viewing birds and wildlife in, say, your back garden. For those long days in your blind or in the field, or if you just want to eliminate arm fatigue or hand shake, the Nature DX ED binoculars can be mounted to a tripod using an optional adapter. They don't — which is why the phase-coated BaK-4 glass roof prisms and the ED make a big difference. To achieve this optical performance, this binocular features anti-reflection fully multi-coated extra-low dispersion (ED) glass lenses with phase-corrected BAK4 roof prisms.



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