• Nikon 7245 Action 10x50 EX Extreme All-Terrain Binocular
Nikon 7245 Action 10x50 EX Extreme All-Terrain Binocular

Nikon 7245 Action 10x50 EX Extreme All-Terrain Binocular

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  • Rugged waterproof, fog proof construction
  • Bright, multicoated optics
  • Long Eye relief for eyeglass wearers
  • Objective Diameter:50 mm. FOV at 1000 yds:341 ft. Close Focus Distance: 23 ft. Exit Pupil: 5 mm. Interpupilary Distance: 56-72 mm.

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Lives up the the Nikon reputation at an attractive mid to low price. Great warranty. No regrets at all. Surprised and pleased. These 10 by 50s replace a pair of Swift Kestrel that got crashed after 17 years of use. They are at least equal or better in construction. Mainly the water and fog resistance are most welcome. These Niikons do not feel cheap. They are crisp and have minimal distortion. And good internal anti reflection design. Apparently the choice of plastic cels and fittings does the job as well as the older aluminum. They are well balanced for astronomy and general use. I compare them to the much costlier Fujinon Polaris and that is saying something. Fuji is the hallmark for marine binoculars but are quite heavy and four times the price of these Nikons. Very decent illumination of night sky. I can see them for general use and carry even though I like my roof prism Pentax for small and lightness. One set of binos can not do it all. For the price, look no further. They will last a long time and your eyeballs will welcome the investment. Believe me. 4Sharp, good in low light, and well-made As you might expect, these are pretty good binoculars. The optics are quite good, and they work well with my glasses. I like the 10x magnification, even if it does make for a slightly tight field of view. But it also gives you a good chance of making out details of small birds high up in the trees. The 50mm objective gathers light well, and I use these well into dusk without a problem. They are not light, so I don't usually travel or backpack long distances with them, but for most birding I do near home, these are the first piece of optical kit I pack. 5A nice powerful bionocular, but mine was defective. Double vision. Like a shadow around the target. Nicely packaged. Comes with soft nylon case. Optic covers for both ends. Neck strapUPDATE: I have had them for a while. Mine is defective. I get a double vision or shadow.At first I thought it was just me getting used to them. But I'm going to return them.I called Nikon as instructed and they gave me a repair number and address to send them. (email)I just hope their service is good. I'll let you know.Maybe there are just some things you shouldn't buy on lineI got them back from Nikon repair. Sorry, to say, they were not fixed. I call them on it and they wantto try and repair them again. In my opinion, I don't think they even tried the first time.The repair ticket said they were cleaned. But, it is so easy to see they have a double vision...a shadow.This time I asked them to fix them 100% or Replace them. I will report what happens when I get them back.Nikon being such a big name, I really expected better. "I'll Be Back" LOLThey were $213.00. Not cheap for me. Wish me luck. 2Great optics I bought these for a safari trip that I am going on soon. So far, have only tried them out to look at the trees in the backyard, from inside the house, and they are great. Very crisp, clear optics. I can even see the individual blades of grass at the back of my property, which is about 100' from the window I was looking through.They are quite heavy, so I expect they might be difficult to use for extended periods of time, but I am looking for a tripod to help with that. Will update review after the trip with more usability info. 4This was a impulse buy and the Nikon 7245 is nothing short of great. The twisty eyecup things are goofy but as ... This is an upgrade for me from a Minolta bino from 20 years ago. I am a photographer and shoot with Nikon glass so I expect quality from lenses, scopes and now binoculars. This was a impulse buy and the Nikon 7245 is nothing short of great. The twisty eyecup things are goofy but as long as they stay put I will adjust. It is amazing the crisp bright view, ease of focusing and the rubberized coating that makes them so easy to hold. It is almost 3D as you focus on a distant object. I disagree on the 7245's being heavy. In fact I find them easy to handle for such a powerful well made Bino. The Amazon purchase process and shipping was as always great with the package showing up on the first day on the delivery window. Thanks Amazon and to Nikon for some great glass at a bargain. 5Excellent value for the money I used to have a pair of 80's wide angle Selsi binos, at a time where they were made in Japan. Best binos I've ever had, even copmpared with an older set of Zeiss 7x35's. Somehow I lost them, and needed to replace them. Long story short, based on help from the CloudyNights astro forum I decided to first try the Bushnell Legacy binos. I beleve those were miscollimated at the factory, as the wiews were not very sharp, and at night out of focus stars showed the typical elongation found in misaligned optics. So then I was advised by other forum members to try these Nicon Extreme Action 10x50s. Big difference. Stars are sharp, even the color is better. Looking at the coatings of both binos, looks like the Bushnells have heavier darker coatings. I thought the lighter coatings on the Nikons would affect contrast, but they don't. The contrast is as good if not better than the Bushnells. Also, I can do one thing I can't do with the Bushnells, which is use my glasses. The eye relief on these binos is just right for me to use.Not to say the Bushnells are a bad choice. I believe if they were properly adjusted at the factory they would be much better. But just the eye relief alone makes me bump up the usefulness of the Nikons above the Bushnells, even though they are almost twice the price. 5I decided to spend the extra money for an optically superior product. I am glad I did These are by far the most expensive binoculars I have ever owned, I decided to spend the extra money for an optically superior product. I am glad I did, these are exceptional! I bought them (along with an Amazon tripod and Nikon adapter bracket) to watch my son march in military parades from a far. Haven't used them for that yet. However, my back property is boarder by woods that is inhabited by an abundance of wild life. I've set them up on a tripod in my living room and have enjoyed getting an amazing close up view of birds, foxes, turkeys, deer and more. I have also turned them to the night sky. They do very well in low light because of the 50mm lenses, the view of the moon was super sharp and I was even able to make out the Galilean moons of Jupiter. You need the tripod and adapter bracket to look at the night sky. The field of view is amazing and the Nikon literature is extremely easy to understand. I am looking forward to using them for my original intended purpose. 5Good quality glasses These are very good for hunting. I used them for several outings. They are fog proof and water proof as advertised. The 10 x 50 is all I would want to use, without a tripod or something to steady them and there were times that I braced these against a tree to get a little more steady at long distances. They do take a bit of adjusting until you get them focused correctly, but after you get used to them they work very well. They do good in low light conditions also. The more I use them the better I like them. This was a good Amazon purchase. 4Nikon Action extreme 10x50 These 2lbs. of Nikon action extreme 10x50 binoculars felt heavy around my neck, I will try a deferent way of safely holding them In the future.Maybe there Is a palm holder out there or just no straps at all.I also ordered a tripod mount but not to use on a tripod, I instead will use It to mount a 12x50 monocular transforming my action extreme to a pair of trinoculars.This will of course allow me to have my cake and eat It too having wide field of view which Is awsome compared to my Pentax 10x25 and the Nikon Is brighter. With 2lbs of fat packed on the Nikon action extreme you will need that lounge chair to rest your neck when looking at the stars but not just for the weight but the hand shake makes the stars look like a laser teasing a cat lol.If you are deciding between the action extreme and the aculon version If waterproof Is not important I think you will be just as happy however If you will be using It on the beach or a cruise or In the misty mountains then this Is where the extreme kicks In.I will update more when I get to play with It more but so far I love It.I've uploaded a picture of the Nikon action extreme 10x50 side by side to my Pentax 10x25 so you folks with smaller pairs can sense the overall size.Pros:Firm rubber gripWide field of view (6.5 )Nice case makes lense caps irrelevantBright vibrant viewWaterproof and fogproofGood for body buildersCons:Heavy around neck but there may be ways around It.Eye cups large for small eye sockets but play with the adjustments and how far you place your eyesMost women will hate It.Because of size less likely to take with you I recommend a smaller pair In addition perhaps a 10x25 wait, I take that back.I would pick the Nikon action extreme 10x50 over all because of the wide field of view It gives advantage when tracking terestrial celestial subjects and objects. I am planning to mount an additional scope to my Nikon transforming It Into a Trinocular set, this will allow me to add a 16x50 for an advantage 3rd eye. 5My wife was less than pleased with spending so much for binoculars My wife was less than pleased with spending so much for binoculars. I was tired of buying cheap ones which we were never happy with. Now that we have them, their value is obvious. They are certainly worth the price. The clarity of the image is nothing short of stunning. I have never seen optics this good in any telescopes, telephoto lenses, rifle scopes, spotting scopes or binoculars. 5
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Lives up the the Nikon reputation at an attractive mid to low price. Great warranty. No regrets at all. Surprised and pleased. These 10 by 50s replace a pair of Swift Kestrel that got crashed after 17 years of use. They are at least equal or better in construction. Mainly the water and fog resistance are most welcome. These Niikons do not feel cheap. They are crisp and have minimal distortion. And good internal anti reflection design. Apparently the choice of plastic cels and fittings does the job as well as the older aluminum. They are well balanced for astronomy and general use. I compare them to the much costlier Fujinon Polaris and that is saying something. Fuji is the hallmark for marine binoculars but are quite heavy and four times the price of these Nikons. Very decent illumination of night sky. I can see them for general use and carry even though I like my roof prism Pentax for small and lightness. One set of binos can not do it all. For the price, look no further. They will last a long time and your eyeballs will welcome the investment. Believe me. 4Sharp, good in low light, and well-made As you might expect, these are pretty good binoculars. The optics are quite good, and they work well with my glasses. I like the 10x magnification, even if it does make for a slightly tight field of view. But it also gives you a good chance of making out details of small birds high up in the trees. The 50mm objective gathers light well, and I use these well into dusk without a problem. They are not light, so I don't usually travel or backpack long distances with them, but for most birding I do near home, these are the first piece of optical kit I pack. 5A nice powerful bionocular, but mine was defective. Double vision. Like a shadow around the target. Nicely packaged. Comes with soft nylon case. Optic covers for both ends. Neck strapUPDATE: I have had them for a while. Mine is defective. I get a double vision or shadow.At first I thought it was just me getting used to them. But I'm going to return them.I called Nikon as instructed and they gave me a repair number and address to send them. (email)I just hope their service is good. I'll let you know.Maybe there are just some things you shouldn't buy on lineI got them back from Nikon repair. Sorry, to say, they were not fixed. I call them on it and they wantto try and repair them again. In my opinion, I don't think they even tried the first time.The repair ticket said they were cleaned. But, it is so easy to see they have a double vision...a shadow.This time I asked them to fix them 100% or Replace them. I will report what happens when I get them back.Nikon being such a big name, I really expected better. "I'll Be Back" LOLThey were $213.00. Not cheap for me. Wish me luck. 2Great optics I bought these for a safari trip that I am going on soon. So far, have only tried them out to look at the trees in the backyard, from inside the house, and they are great. Very crisp, clear optics. I can even see the individual blades of grass at the back of my property, which is about 100' from the window I was looking through.They are quite heavy, so I expect they might be difficult to use for extended periods of time, but I am looking for a tripod to help with that. Will update review after the trip with more usability info. 4This was a impulse buy and the Nikon 7245 is nothing short of great. The twisty eyecup things are goofy but as ... This is an upgrade for me from a Minolta bino from 20 years ago. I am a photographer and shoot with Nikon glass so I expect quality from lenses, scopes and now binoculars. This was a impulse buy and the Nikon 7245 is nothing short of great. The twisty eyecup things are goofy but as long as they stay put I will adjust. It is amazing the crisp bright view, ease of focusing and the rubberized coating that makes them so easy to hold. It is almost 3D as you focus on a distant object. I disagree on the 7245's being heavy. In fact I find them easy to handle for such a powerful well made Bino. The Amazon purchase process and shipping was as always great with the package showing up on the first day on the delivery window. Thanks Amazon and to Nikon for some great glass at a bargain. 5Excellent value for the money I used to have a pair of 80's wide angle Selsi binos, at a time where they were made in Japan. Best binos I've ever had, even copmpared with an older set of Zeiss 7x35's. Somehow I lost them, and needed to replace them. Long story short, based on help from the CloudyNights astro forum I decided to first try the Bushnell Legacy binos. I beleve those were miscollimated at the factory, as the wiews were not very sharp, and at night out of focus stars showed the typical elongation found in misaligned optics. So then I was advised by other forum members to try these Nicon Extreme Action 10x50s. Big difference. Stars are sharp, even the color is better. Looking at the coatings of both binos, looks like the Bushnells have heavier darker coatings. I thought the lighter coatings on the Nikons would affect contrast, but they don't. The contrast is as good if not better than the Bushnells. Also, I can do one thing I can't do with the Bushnells, which is use my glasses. The eye relief on these binos is just right for me to use.Not to say the Bushnells are a bad choice. I believe if they were properly adjusted at the factory they would be much better. But just the eye relief alone makes me bump up the usefulness of the Nikons above the Bushnells, even though they are almost twice the price. 5I decided to spend the extra money for an optically superior product. I am glad I did These are by far the most expensive binoculars I have ever owned, I decided to spend the extra money for an optically superior product. I am glad I did, these are exceptional! I bought them (along with an Amazon tripod and Nikon adapter bracket) to watch my son march in military parades from a far. Haven't used them for that yet. However, my back property is boarder by woods that is inhabited by an abundance of wild life. I've set them up on a tripod in my living room and have enjoyed getting an amazing close up view of birds, foxes, turkeys, deer and more. I have also turned them to the night sky. They do very well in low light because of the 50mm lenses, the view of the moon was super sharp and I was even able to make out the Galilean moons of Jupiter. You need the tripod and adapter bracket to look at the night sky. The field of view is amazing and the Nikon literature is extremely easy to understand. I am looking forward to using them for my original intended purpose. 5Good quality glasses These are very good for hunting. I used them for several outings. They are fog proof and water proof as advertised. The 10 x 50 is all I would want to use, without a tripod or something to steady them and there were times that I braced these against a tree to get a little more steady at long distances. They do take a bit of adjusting until you get them focused correctly, but after you get used to them they work very well. They do good in low light conditions also. The more I use them the better I like them. This was a good Amazon purchase. 4Nikon Action extreme 10x50 These 2lbs. of Nikon action extreme 10x50 binoculars felt heavy around my neck, I will try a deferent way of safely holding them In the future.Maybe there Is a palm holder out there or just no straps at all.I also ordered a tripod mount but not to use on a tripod, I instead will use It to mount a 12x50 monocular transforming my action extreme to a pair of trinoculars.This will of course allow me to have my cake and eat It too having wide field of view which Is awsome compared to my Pentax 10x25 and the Nikon Is brighter. With 2lbs of fat packed on the Nikon action extreme you will need that lounge chair to rest your neck when looking at the stars but not just for the weight but the hand shake makes the stars look like a laser teasing a cat lol.If you are deciding between the action extreme and the aculon version If waterproof Is not important I think you will be just as happy however If you will be using It on the beach or a cruise or In the misty mountains then this Is where the extreme kicks In.I will update more when I get to play with It more but so far I love It.I've uploaded a picture of the Nikon action extreme 10x50 side by side to my Pentax 10x25 so you folks with smaller pairs can sense the overall size.Pros:Firm rubber gripWide field of view (6.5 )Nice case makes lense caps irrelevantBright vibrant viewWaterproof and fogproofGood for body buildersCons:Heavy around neck but there may be ways around It.Eye cups large for small eye sockets but play with the adjustments and how far you place your eyesMost women will hate It.Because of size less likely to take with you I recommend a smaller pair In addition perhaps a 10x25 wait, I take that back.I would pick the Nikon action extreme 10x50 over all because of the wide field of view It gives advantage when tracking terestrial celestial subjects and objects. I am planning to mount an additional scope to my Nikon transforming It Into a Trinocular set, this will allow me to add a 16x50 for an advantage 3rd eye. 5My wife was less than pleased with spending so much for binoculars My wife was less than pleased with spending so much for binoculars. I was tired of buying cheap ones which we were never happy with. Now that we have them, their value is obvious. They are certainly worth the price. The clarity of the image is nothing short of stunning. I have never seen optics this good in any telescopes, telephoto lenses, rifle scopes, spotting scopes or binoculars. 5
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