Strong Points: 10x32 Their low weight is chart topping, which for any mid sized bin that you want to be as portable as possible is important. Sure you can get some lighter mid sized bins out there, but most will be made from plastic and none with this quality of components.
Both the close focus distance and the amount of eye-relief on these is fantastic as is the quality and brightness of image when compared to others in this size category.
As with all other Snypex Knight ED's the build quality is better than many in this price range and they come with almost every top tier optical component and coating that you could wish for, which obviously play a major part in them producing such a good quality view.
I really like the carry case, that not only sets them apart from the rest, but because of it's semi-rigid structure, does a excellent job of protecting the optics inside.
|Binoculars Series||KNIGHT ED- Series Binoculars|
|Lens||ED (Extra-Low Dispersion Glass|
|Prism System||DASH (Bak-4)|
|Coating||FMC (Fully-Multi Coated)|
|Eye Relief||17.5 mm|
|Objective Lens Diameter||32mm|
|Field of View at 1000 Yards||288.2ft|
|Field of View Degree||5.5|
|Exit Pupil||3.02 mm|
|Focus Type||Center Focus|
|Close Focusing Distance||3.92 ft.|
|Groups and Elements for Eyepiece||3G4E|
|Groups and Elements for Objective Lenses||3G4E|
|Prism Type||Open Hinge /Roof Prism Binoculars|
|Barrel||Polycarbonate and steel body construction|
|Dimensions||4.25 x 4.64 x 1.57 Inch|