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Nikon Monarch 5 20x56 Binocular

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Nikon Monarch 5 20x56 Binocular

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Even with an uncontested heritage of all-conditions optical performance, the all-new 56mm objective MONARCH 5 further elevates its game with massive 56mm objectives and advanced low light brilliance. Nikon's ED glass lenses put it in a class of its own for battling darkness with sharp, high-contrast views. Long eye relief and tripod adaptable further its versatility.

All MONARCH 5 binoculars are now built with Nikon’s legendary ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass lenses, which correct chromatic aberrations across the furthest limits of the visible light range and effectively compensate for color fringing. 

Even when observing objects that would make chromatic aberration the most apparent – such as adjacent whites and blacks – the images will maintain superior contrast and resolution thanks to the ED glass lenses. The improved resolution also provides brighter, more natural looking images, making the MONARCH 5 a serious contender to be your “go-to” binocular for years to come.

Nikon has manufactured the MONARCH 5 binoculars, as well as many other of its optics, with a high-eyepoint design. This provides a clear field of view for everyone, even when the user is wearing eyeglasses, with sufficient space between the user’s eye and the eyepiece lenses.

Multilayer coatings, which provide an even higher light transmittance across the entire visible light spectrum, are applied to all of the lens and prism surfaces that transmit light. This minimizes the loss of light due to reflection, thereby ensuring a more natural, clearer view.

Dielectric High-Reflective Multilayer Prism Coating

This technique boosts light reflectivity for the full visible range, which provides clearer whites and a sharper, brighter, and more natural vision across the entire field of view.

The turn-and-slide rubber eyecups allow users to adjust the eye-relief for a custom fit - providing a full field of view and maximum comfort during extended periods of use.

Durable Rubber-Armored Body

Built to handle any environment, the MONARCH 5 has a rubber-armored coating to withstand extreme use and provide a non-slip grip, even in the wettest conditions.

The Monarch 20x56 Binoculars comes with a full 2 year Australian warranty

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Additional Information

Name Nikon Monarch 5 20x56 Binocular
Manufacturer Part Number 7583
Manufacturer Nikon
Special Price $1,294.00
Warranty Period 12 Months
Product Type Binoculars
Lens Minimum Focussing Distance 5 M
Magnification 20x
Widest Angle of View 5.5 degrees
Field of View 96m @ 1000m
Prism Type Roof
Eye Relief 16.4 mm
Exit Pupil Diameter 2.8 mm
Weather Proofing Waterproof & Fogproof
External Height 67 mm
External Length 146 mm
External Depth 199 mm
Product Weight 1235 grams

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Questions on Nikon Monarch 5 20x56 Binocular

  • Question From Kurt at 16/04/2019 3:01 pm
    • What is the Nikon Monarch 5 20x56 supplied with (out of the box)?
      I assume lens covers?
      Also, do they come with a tripod adaptor? - I am keen to have one of those with my purchase …
      Anything else?

    • Yes Kurt it comes with covers although they are all but useless as they are not a firm fit. I have been using these (similar) for about 10 years and I find putting the caps on and off annoying anyway.
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