Nikon Monarch 7513 8×36 ATB Binocular

 

nikon-monarch-8x36Nikon 8×36 Monarch ATB Binocular is the one of the better choices for people who require it for outdoor use and who are also looking for superior optical. This binocular is the smallest of the Monarch line with its 36 mm objective lens. As a result of this it is neither all midsize or full-size binocular. The 8×36 Nikon Monarch ATB will be able to deliver the performance of a large binocular, while having a lot of the characteristics that are associated with a midsized one.

The Nikon Monarch 8×36 Binoculars has a very rugged design and this makes it excellent for outdoor, hunting, camping, mountaineering, hiking, fishing, marine sports and eyeglass wearers. The design of this binocular makes it 100% fog proof and waterproof that allows it to be very effective outdoors. This binocular is also call for by Nikon’s 25 year limited warranty coverage.

The Nikon Monarch 7513 8×36 Binocular made with phase-corrected prisms and fully multi-coated lenses that will allow for greater image resolution and brightness with minimal distortion. People who wear eyeglasses will enjoy it that the 7513 8×36 will have adjustable eyecups and long eye relief that will be able to provide them with comfort when using this particular binocular. The Nikon Monarch ATB 8×36 Binocular also has multi-settings and click stop.

The unit dimensions are 4.9 x 5.1 inches and it weighs 19.8 oz. It is O-ring sealed and nitrogen filled but I’ll also to be completely fog proof and waterproof. Finally the 8×36 Monarch ATB binocular is also made with Nikon’s lead- and arsenic-free Eco-glass.

 

Nikon Monarch 8×36 Binocular Technical Details

  •          Magnification:: 8x
  •          Objective Diameter (mm): 36
  •          Angular Field of view (Real): 7
  •          Angular Field of view (Apparent): 56.0
  •          FOV @ 1000yds : 122yds
  •          Close Focus Distance (ft.): 8.2, 2.5 (mtrs)
  •          Exit Pupil (mm): 4.5
  •          Relative Brightness: 20.3
  •          Eye Relief (mm): 17.0
  •          Interpupilliary distanc adjustment (mm): 56-72
  •          Size (L&W) Inches: 4.9×5.1
  •          Size (L&W) MM: 124×129
  •          Weight (oz/g): 19.8/570
  •          Fully multicoated optics and high-index prisms
  •          All lenses and prisms are multilayer-coated for the brightest images
  •          Phase-correction-coated roof prisms for high resolution
  •          High-reflection mirror-coating prism for bright image
  •          High-eyepoint design provides a clear field of view, even for eyeglass wearers 
  •          Close focusing distance: 2.5m
  •          Eco-glass optics that are free of lead and arsenic are used for all lenses and prisms 
  •          Waterproof (up to 1m/3.3 ft. for 5 minutes) and fog-free with nitrogen gas
  •          Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups facilitate easy positioning of eyes at the correct eyepoint 
  •          Rubber armouring for shock resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
  •          Lightweight body uses fibreglass-reinforced polycarbonate resin
  •          Wide strap
  •          Can be fixed to a tripod using optional tripod adaptorhttp://www.nikon.com/products/sportoptics/shared/img/sp.gif

What Comes with the 8×36 Binocular

  •          Nikon Monarch 7513 8×36 Product Guide
  •          Instruction Manual
  •          Service sites sheet
  •          Binoculars
  •          Neck Strap
  •          Soft case
  •          Eyepiece Lens caps
  •          Objective lens caps

Nikon Monarch 8 x 36 Magnification (power)

When people purchase binoculars they often get them based on a pair of numbers, in this case it is “8×36”. The first number “8” will often refer to the magnification that the binocular is able to provide. In the case of this specific model, the magnification will be “8x”, this will mean that everything will look eight times closer. The first number will always refer to the binoculars magnification.

When buying binoculars it should be noted that everything is magnified when you look through them. As a result of this, the higher the power, the more enhanced and promotes will be the shakes and movements.

Objective lens (diameter)

The diameter of the objective lens in millimeters is the second number that is commonly seen in binoculars. In this case the Nikon Monarch “8X36”, the “36” often mean that the front lenses of the binoculars are 36 mm. This is important to know when purchasing binoculars, as the larger the diameter often means that more light can enter into the binoculars. This can make it easier to see in dim light is more light is being focused on the eyes.

Nikon Monarch 12×42 ATB Binoculars

 

Nikon Monarch 12x42 ATB Binoculars
Nikon Monarch 12x42 ATB Binoculars

 

Nikon 12×42 Monarch ATB Binocular is the right choice for outdoor use and for people who require superior optical. This binocular has 12 times the magnification and in this range, it is 50% stronger than the common 8 times magnification binoculars. As a result of this, you will be able to get up close to the action, without sacrificing image and optical integrity. The rugged design of the Nikon Monarch 12×42 Binoculars makes it the perfect companion for hunting and outdoor, mountaineering, camping, hiking, marine sports, fishing and for eye glass wearers. The binocular is also 100% Fogproof and Waterproof, allowing it to live up to its name as the all-terrain binocular (ATB). The binocular is backed by Nikon’s 25 year limited Warranty coverage and that can let the owner rest at ease.

The Nikon Monarch 12×42 Binocular comes with multicoated lenses and phase corrected prisms that allow it to have superior performance due to the visual integrity and brightness that it provides. The binocular also has adjustable eyecups and long eye relief that provides additional comfort for users who use it with or without eyeglasses. The Nikon Monarch ATB 12×42 Binocular also has multi-settings and click stop.

The unit dimensions are 5.7 x 5.0 inches, It weighs 23 oz, weatherproof, waterproof, nitrogen purged prism material and Phase-coated BaK-4 Coatings. It also has a rugged design based off it’s fully multi-coated armoring rubber eye cups and twist-up design. The 12×42 Monarch ATB binocular is made with Nikon’s lead- and arsenic-free Eco-glass.

Nikon Monarch 12×42 Binocular Technical Details

  •          The binocular has a 12x magnification that allow for a 262-foot field of view at 1000 yards
  •          Lens diameter of 42mm
  •          Weighs 21.8 ounces
  •          100 % waterproof and fogproof
  •          Fully multicoated optics and high-index prisms
  •          All lenses and prisms are multilayer-coated for the brightest images
  •          Phase-correction-coated roof prisms for high resolution
  •          High-reflection mirror-coating prism for bright image
  •          High-eyepoint design provides a clear field of view, even for eyeglass wearers 
  •          Close focusing distance: 2.5m
  •          Eco-glass optics that are free of lead and arsenic are used for all lenses and prisms 
  •          Waterproof (up to 1m/3.3 ft. for 5 minutes) and fog-free with nitrogen gas
  •          Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups facilitate easy positioning of eyes at the correct eyepoint 
  •          Rubber armouring for shock resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
  •          Lightweight body uses fibreglass-reinforced polycarbonate resin
  •          Wide strap
  •          Can be fixed to a tripod using optional tripod adaptor

Nikon Monarch 12 x 42 Magnification (power)

Binoculars are commonly described by using a pair of numbers,  in this case “12×42”. The first of these numbers refers to the magnification offered by the binocular. Magnification is why most people buy a pair of binoculars. In the example above, “12x” makes things look twelve times closer. The first number used to describe binoculars always refers to their magnification.

It should be noted that everything is magnified when you look through a pair of binoculars. The higher the power, the more pronounced are shakes and movements.

Objective lens (diameter)

The second number most commonly associated with binoculars refers to the diameter of the objective lens in millimeters. When you see binoculars like the Nikon Monarch “12×42,” the “42” means that the front lenses of the binoculars are 42mm. This is good information to know, because the larger the diameter, the more light can enter into the binoculars and be focused to the eyes. This means that with the larger lenses, it will make it easier to see in dim light.

Nikon 8358 Monarch Gold Laser 1200 Rangefinder

Nikon Monarch Gold Laser 1200 Rangefinder Overview

The newest laser rangefinder from Nikon, the Monarch Gold laser 1200 has all the features available in the Monarch 800 as well as having the capabilities up to 1200 yards. Having Nikon’s Tru-Target ranging system, it allows hunters to prioritize those smaller and harder to range targets. In the First-Target Priority mode, the hunter will be able to get an immediate reading of a lone object that is in clear view. With Distant-Target Priority mode, the hunter can range the furthest targets the laser is able to reach. This is ideal for hunting in areas that are densely wooded and ranging through bush, leaves, brush and grasses. The 1200 rangefinder is powered by a CR-2 lithium battery (which is included). It also has a backlit LCD that is 7X multicoated optics with focusing diopter. The rangefinder is also fogproof and waterproof and also makes use of Nikon’s new Osriginal Digital processor. It can also tripod adaptable.

The Nikon 8358 Monarch Gold Laser 1200 Rangefinder has allowed Nikon to solidify its claim to the throne as having the best laser range finders. They were able to accomplish this by creating and engineering a rangefinder that was 100% fogproof and waterproof. This is the perfect choice for those hunters who need long term durability and long ranger precision. The Nikon Laser 1200 Rangefinder is the smooth combination of modern technology mixed with a rugged design and in-depth construction.

The Nikon Monarch Gold Laser 1200 gives those hunters out in the world a new level of extreme range measurement accuracy. This is due to the pinpoint ½ yard precision which is as far as 550 yards and one yard accuracy to 1200 yards. The Nikon 1200 Rangefinder has proven itself for hunters of all different skill sets and game as a must have when it comes to requiring an extremely accurate long range measurements of targets that exceed distances of over half a mile away.

The Nikon 8358 Laser Rangefinder 1200 contains Nikon’s trademark Tru-TargetTM (TT) Ranging System. This gives hunters the ability to prioritize harder and smaller to range targets all through the push of a button. This gives the hunter all the ease and convenience that they need. The Nikon Monarch Gold 1200 Range finder has a unique reticle design that indicates signals to the hunter when the ranging is in progress.

The Nikon Monarch Gold Laser 1200 Rangefinder also makes use of Nikon’s original digital measurement process that can be used to provide faster and accurate measurements that is needed in adverse hunting conditions. Even though the Nikon Monarch Rangefinder has an incredible ½ yard accuracy it is not affected by weather elements such as extreme temperatures. As a result of this, even in the harshest of environments, consistent ranging will be possible.

The Nikon Monarch Gold Laser 1200 laser range finder has the ability to measure meters or yards and has full scanning capability. The rangefinder has an automatic power shut off after the reading has been displayed for 8 seconds. The LCD display in the Nikon 1200 Rangefinder has a selectable backlighting feature and also quality Nikon 7-power multicoated optics for improved light transmission, clarity and color rendition. The display on the rangefinder units also gives the user information as to how much battery power is left. Utilizing a 25 millimeter objective lens, the Nikon 8358 Monarch Laser Rangefinder gives an exit pupil of 3.6mm for maximum brightness under bad lighting conditions. The eyepiece that can be found on the Nikon Monarch Gold Laser range finder 1200 can be adjusted in the range of f +/- 4 diopters. It is also able to give an incredible 18.6mm of eye relief and the user can fold it down for use with eyeglasses. The Nikon Monarch 1200 also has a real article view of 5.0°, which translates to a 35° apparent angle of view and field of view of 262 feet at 1,000 yards. Ticket the rangefinder added durability, the Nikon Monarch 1200 also comes with an easy to grip black rubber armored body

Nikon Monarch Laser 800 Rangefinder Realtree

Product Features

  • Tru-Target technology with first target and distant target priority modes
  • Super fast and accurate measurement regardless of the temperature
  • Fully waterproof and fogproof with multicoated optics
  • Ranges distances from 11 to 800 yards
  • Long eye relief with folding rubber eyecup

Technical Details

  • Model number: 7433
  • Magnification: 6x
  • Objective diameter: 21 millimeters
  • Field of view: 330 feet at 1,000 yards
  • Close ranging distance: 11 yards
  • Long eye relief: Yes
  • Waterproof/fogproof: Yes
  • Battery: 3-volt lithium battery, included
  • Weight: 7.4 ounces
  • What’s in the box: Rangefinder, battery, belt case and neck lanyard

Product Description

From the Manufacturer
Nikon’s Team Realtree Laser 800 Rangefinder features Tru-Target technology with first target and distant target priority modes. The original digital processor for super fast and accurate measurement regardless of the temperature. It is fully waterproof and fogproof with multicoated optics. The incredible yard accuracy has a ranges distance of 11 to 800 yards. It has a 330-foot field of view at 1,000 yards.

Other great features are long eye relief with folding rubber eyecup and focusing diopter. The reticle backlighting option allows the user to light up display in lowlight conditions, and the unique reticle allows users to know ranging in progress. It is compact and lightweight at only 7.4 ounces.

Multicoated Lenses
After the lenses are cut and polished, Nikon coats them with multiple layers of anti-reflective compounds. These compounds serve to boost light transmission, improve contrast (to pull game out of its surroundings), deliver true color rendition, flare-free viewing, and generally enhance image quality.

Waterproof and Fogproof
Fogproof means the instrument has been purged of virtually all moisture, air and gaseous water molecules while in a special chamber in an almost-perfect vacuum state. Then the instrument is filled with nitrogen gas and sealed securely with O-rings. Waterproof instruments also have water immersion capabilities.

What’s in the Box:
Rangefinder, 3-volt lithium battery, belt case, and neck lanyard.

Product Description
Nikon is a precision optical company with worldwide manufacturing, research and marketing capabilities. The Nikon name is equated with extraordinary photographic performance, innovation, precision and optical quality.PRODUCT FEATURES:Nikon’s Tru-Target Technology with 1st Target and Distant Target priority modes;Nikon’s Original Digital Processor for super fast and accurate measurement regardless of the temperature;Fully WATERPROOF and FOGPROOF;Multicoated optics;Incredible yard accuracy;Ranges distances from 11-800 yards;Long Eye Relief with folding rubber eyecup 18mm;Focusing diopter;Reticle backlighting option allows user to light up display in lowlight conditions;Compact and Lightweight;3 volt Lithium battery;Field of View 330 at 1, 000yds;Unique reticle allows user to know ranging in progress;Realtree Hardwoods Green HD.