The Power View series offers the largest line of Bushnell-quality, affordable binoculars. These Power view 10x42 Roof Prism Binoculars feature multi-coated optics for superior light transmission and high-magnification, full-size viewing ideal for long-range observation. The nonslip rubber armor absorbs shock while providing a firm grip.
Bushnell Powerview Roof Prism Binoculars are designed to provide high-quality optics in a versatile and durable format--at an affordable price. Constructed with a rugged, shock absorbing rubber armor for a comfortable, non-slip grip and equipped with the roof prism system for increased durability, Powerview Binoculars are suitable for multiple applications from sports to nature viewing. The 10x42 Powerview Binoculars offer powerful 10x magnification with larger, light-gathering 42-millimeter objective lenses that will perform well anywhere you use them--from a bird watching hike to a stadium. Meanwhile the BaK-7 prisms and multi-coated optics provide high-level image resolution and clarity. Additional user friendly details include a center focus knob for easy adjustments, fold down eye cups, and a tripod adaptable base. Bushnell Powerview Binoculars carry a limited lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship for the original owner.
- BaK-7 prisms
- Roof prism system
- Multi-coated optics
- Non-slip, shock-absorbing rubber armor
- Center focus system
- Twist-up eyecups
- Tripod adaptable
- Magnification: 10x
- Objective Lens: 42 millimeters
- Close Focus: 23 feet / 7 meters
- Field of View: 288 feet at 1000 yards / 87 meters at 1000 meters
- Eye Relief: 17.5 millimeters
- Exit Pupil: 4.2 millimeters
- Weight: 21.1 ounces / 685 grams
- Model: 141042
- Size Class: Standard
About Roof Prism Binoculars:
The prism system of a binocular reduces the size needed to contain a long optical path and turns what would be an upside-down image right-side-up. In roof prism binoculars, the prisms overlap closely, allowing the objective lenses to line up directly with the eyepiece. The result is a slim, streamlined shape in which the lenses and prisms are in a straight line. Roof prism binoculars are less bulky and more rugged than an equivalent porro model.