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Bushnell Trophy Bone Collector 10x42mm


Key Features

  • Magnification x Objective Lens: 10x42mm
  • Prism System: Roof
  • Field of View: 110m at 1000m
  • Close Focus: 3m
  • Eye Relief: 15.2mm
  • Weighs 730 grams

$299.00

Bushnell Trophy Bone Collector 10x42mm

Get rugged with Bushnell Trophy 10×42 Bone Collector Edition Binocular! Designed to withstand the harsh nature of your outdoor journeys, the Bushnell Trophy 10×42 Bone Collector Edition Binocular offers high durability standards and sharp image clarity in a single package. Bushnell Trophy 10×42 Bone Collector Edition Binocular features a BaK-4 prism with fully multi-coated lenses for maximum light transmission and optimum brightness. The 100% waterproof and fogproof binocular body is constructed with textured rubber armor, providing extra protection against impacts. The integrated 2-step twist-up eyecups and large center focus knob are used for quick adjustments and precise focusing. Together with a well-trimmed ergonomic shape, you will be sure not to slip off this beauty while indulging in wonders of the nature.

Bushnell‘s Bone Collector edition 10×42 Trophy Binocular utilize BAK4 prisms and fully multi-coated optics to create a versatile and capable optic that produces bright and clear images with accurate color rendition. Coupled with the optical features are 42mm diameter objectives which give the binocular very competent low-light performance, while setting the magnification at 10x allows you to resolve fine details at distances while maintaining a wide field of view. This combination of magnification, optics, objectives, plus a wide viewing angle make the Trophy ideally suited for most outdoor activities from hunting, to birding, to boating, and sporting events.

Complementing the optical performance are construction details that make the binocular durable and comfortable to use. The whole optic is protected by rubberized armor that is textured to give it a non-slip grip especially in cold and wet conditions. The optical tubes are nitrogen-filled and O-ring sealed to be water and fogproof – especially when moving from one extreme temperature to another. A right-eye diopter adjustment allows the binocular to be customized to most people’s needs, and its twist-up eyecups means it can be comfortably used with or without eye wear. For long-term observational sessions, the Trophy can be mounted on a tripod or other support system using an optional adapter.

 

Optical Performance

  • 10x magnification
  • 42mm objective lenses
  • Compact BAK4 roof prisms
  • Fully multi-coated optics improve light transmission, increase contrast, and produce true color fidelity
  • 330′ field of view at 1000 yards
  • Wide 63° apparent angle of view

 

Use and Handling

  • Closed bridge configuration
  • Large textured center focus wheel
  • Right-eye dioptric correction
  • Twist-up eyecups for use with or without eyewear
  • Tripod mountable with optional adapter
  • Comfortable 15.2mm eye relief
  • Wide 4.2mm exit pupil

 

Construction Details

  • Environmentally-friendly lead-free glass
  • Nitrogen-filled for water and fogproof performance – even with extreme temperature variations
  • Rubber armoring provides a slip-resistant grip
  • Weight: 720 grams

You can find other Bushnell binoculars here.

 

Bushnell 334210 Specs

Prism Type Roof (BAK4)
Performance
Magnification 10x
Objective Lens Diameter 42 mm
Angle of View 6.3° (Actual)
63° (Apparent)
Field of View 330′ @ 1000 yd / 109.56 m @ 1000 m
Minimum Focus Distance 9.8′ / 3 m
Exit Pupil Diameter 4.2 mm
Eye Relief 15.2 mm
Diopter Adjustment Yes
Focus Type Center
Features
Fogproof Yes, Nitrogen Filled
Water Resistance Waterproof
General
Weight 25.3 oz / 717.3 g
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