Super Telephoto Military Telescope 🔭 UP TO 60% OFF NOW!! 🔭
The Super Telephoto Military Telescope was invented by Johns Hopkins University. The goal of this study is to achieve maximum magnification at the smallest effective aperture while keeping the telescope's luminous flux and resolution angle constant.
The light flux is 30 times that of typical telescopes with the same diameter. Standard telescopes of the same diameter have a resolution angle that is 47 times larger. A magnification of 300 times was obtained. On a small scale, this is the first monocular with this magnification and clarity.
Creates a long-distance and sharp view when there is no obstruction. See people like meters near you!
The telescopic anti-shake mechanism and custom tripod 3D gyroscope maintain the telescope's field of view exceptionally stable even when magnified hundreds of times.
The shell is made of a high-specific-strength titanium alloy and weighs only 1.1 pounds. When retracted, the length is only 7.87 inches, making it small enough to fit in a bag or pocket for hunting, travel, or camping.
Waterproof, Dust-proof, and Shockproof Design
The quality waterproof feature is provided by nitrogen-filled waterproof and O-ring sealed optics, which keep moisture, dust, and debris out.
Ideal for outdoor enthusiasts and wilderness explorers
This is a must-have portable for bird watching, animal viewing, hunting, hiking, mountaineering, camping, surveillance, and travel!
Compatible with all mobile phones on the market.
MONOCULAR TELESCOPE SPECIFICATIONS
- Magnification: 10-300X
- Prism Type: BAK-S1
- Objective lens coating: FMC
- Prism system: BAK-S1 Prism
- Field of view: 360ft/1000yds
- Weight of monocular: 1.1 pounds
- 1 x Super Telephoto Military Telescope
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