Carl Zeiss DesignSelection – Monoclular 10 x 25 B T*

October 9, 2023 By contact@shigop.com




Carl Zeiss DesignSelection – Monoclular 10 x 25 B T*


Carl Zeiss DesignSelection – Monoclular 10 x 25 B T*

For sporting events, in the theatre or in the great outdoors, the Monos are the masters of versatility, fitting snugly in a jacket pocket or handbag. Depending on the model, they are ideal for use as magnifying glasses or even for binocular amplification. They can turn your binoculars into a spotting scope by tripling the magnification. Even the smallest details can be seen: nothing escapes their notice. Whether you are watching dragonflies in the reeds or birds at a great distance, the Monos are an often undervalued but extremely useful aid to nature observation.

Details

  • Achromatic lens design
  • Schmidt-Pechan prism system
  • Diopter adjustment range: -4.0 to +4.0
  • Operating temperature: -20°C to +40°C (-4°F to +104°F)
  • Twilight factor: 6 – 15.8
  • Magnification: 3x – 10x
  • Effective lens diameter: 10-25 mm

Zeiss T* Anti-Reflective coating is designed to reduce surface reflections and, consequently, remove flares and ghost images, resulting in a clear, crisp picture. The field of view is 88m at 1000m away, providing a wide perspective. With 10x magnification in a pocket-sized device, you can bring distant objects closer with ease.

Achromatic Lens Design

The Monoclular 10 x 25 B T* features an achromatic lens design that minimizes chromatic and spherical aberration. This ensures that the image you see through the monocular is sharp and free from color fringing, allowing you to observe details with clarity.

Schmidt-Pechan Prism System

The Schmidt-Pechan roof style prism used in the Monoclular 10 x 25 B T* allows for a straight and compact design. This prism system ensures that the light passing through the monocular is accurately reflected, resulting in a high-quality image.

FAQs
  1. Can the Monoclular 10 x 25 B T* be used in low light conditions?
  2. Yes, the Monoclular 10 x 25 B T* has a twilight factor of 6 – 15.8, making it suitable for use in low light conditions. However, for optimal performance, it is recommended to use the monocular in well-lit environments.

  3. Is the Monoclular 10 x 25 B T* waterproof?
  4. No, the Monoclular 10 x 25 B T* is not waterproof. It is designed for general outdoor use but should not be submerged in water.

  5. Can the Monoclular 10 x 25 B T* be used with glasses?
  6. Yes, the Monoclular 10 x 25 B T* has a diopter adjustment range of -4.0 to +4.0, allowing users to adjust the focus to their individual needs, even when wearing glasses.

Conclusion

The Carl Zeiss DesignSelection Monoclular 10 x 25 B T* is a versatile and compact device that offers exceptional functionality. With its achromatic lens design, Schmidt-Pechan prism system, and Zeiss T* Anti-Reflective coating, it provides clear and detailed images. Whether you are a nature enthusiast, sports fan, or theater lover, the Monoclular 10 x 25 B T* is a valuable companion that will enhance your viewing experience.