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ATM-80 & ZOOM 25-50x W COMBO
You are looking for a lifetime spotting scope?
The Swarovski ATM-80 is for you.
Great optics, great construction, this superb achromatic magnesium spotting scope is made for serious birders.
The Swarovski ATM-80 brings spotting scopes standards to an higher level. Its strong rubber covered and angled body is the lightest of the larger observation telescopes. The optical system offers precise observation, optimum images and the very best colour fidelity you can imagine, with an extremely wide field of view.
The achromatic, multi coated glass used in the objective is perfect for reducing color errors and is great for photography. It gives very good and bright images, under all light conditions.
With internal focusing and nitrogen filling, the Swarovski ATM-80 is fully waterproof and dustproof and gives the very best results under all environments.
For visual or photographic purposes, a complete line of eyepiece and adaptors is available.
Each ATM-80 includes :
* A large 80mm objective lens.
* A lightweight magnesium body of 1230 g.
* A 460mm focal lenght.
* An impact resistant body made of magnesium, very comfortable to handle.
* An easy-grip, large focusing ring.
* Famous Swarotop coating for bright and high constrast images.
With the new Swarovski Optik 25-50x W eyepiece, you can enjoy the viewing comfort of a wide-angle eyepiece across the entire magnification range. With a weight of only 10.4oz and a unique optical system with a spherical lens for an edge-to-edge viewing experience in sharp detail, this new eyepiece is a tribute to SWAROVSKI OPTIK'S innovative technology.
Outstandingly suitable for digiscoping. All existing Swarovski Optik adapters are also compatible with this eyepiece due to dimensions matching those of the 20-60x eyepiece.
The magnification range covers the most common settings in birdwatching and enable scanning of the
terrain in addition to accurate bird identification. With the wide-angle zoom it is possible to take photos of
flocks and also to take detailed photos of individual species.