{} PENTAX Binoculars Jupiter Series
PENTAX Binoculars Jupiter Series €89,99
€89,99
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PENTAX Binoculars Jupiter Series

Cost-effective series, best suited for beginners, that provides a bright and clear view.
€89,99
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An easy-viewing, large-aperture porro-prism binocular series, assuring casual, clear observation in a wide range of applications, with a choice of four cost-effective models. With the incorporation of large-aperture objective lenses for improved light-gathering power, the new series has been developed to provide a bright, clear field of vision for casual, effortless viewing in a variety of applications, even for first-time binoculars users.

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The Pentax Jupiter binocular series consists of four binoculars designed for different applications. All binoculars of the Jupiter series featuring the multi-coating on the front lens. The result is a brilliant and clear depth to the image. Which is giving a three-dimensional view of the subject.
Binoculars of this series are also well suited for wildlife and nature such as animals, birds or stars observation at dusk and dawn.

 

 

PENTAX JUPITER 8x40

The front lens has a 40mm diameter and an 8x magnification that ensures a bright image, together with the PENTAX JUPITER 10x50, are the fastest focus binoculars in the series. The compoactness of the body makes it suitable for the daily use.

 

 

PENTAX JUPITER 10x50

A 50mm front lens diameter, with 10x magnification ensures a bright image, together with the PENTAX JUPITER 8x40, they are the fastest focus binoculars in the series. Due to the relative luminous intensity of 25 they are particularly suitable for low light circumstances, like hunting.

 

 

PENTAX JUPITER 12x50

A 50mm front lens diameter with 12x magnification, offers a balanced ratio between the magnification factor and light intensity. This makes them very suitable for a wide range of situations. This binocular is well balanced between magnification and brightness and good for nature observation.

 

 

PENTAX JUPITER 16x50

The 50mm front lens diameter with a 16x magnification, offers a particularly strong magnification, and is the perfect solution for any Nature observation or for Events and Sports. No matter whether bird, wildlife or other nature observation, with this glass you won't miss a thing. Additionally, these are well suited for astronomical observation.

 

 

All these highly versatile binoculars have a rubber casing that provides a secure grip that allows you to focus on observing nature. With the tripod screw socket, these binoculars can also be mounted for longer observations on a tripod. The PENTAX JUPITER series Binocular comes complete with a carrying strap and pouch.


Best choice

In gerneral, every binocular could be used for a lot of purposes.
Based on technical specification and features, there are different options for the usage of a binociular.

With this list we will give you a brief overview about the best usage for the dedicated binocular 

 

 

Hicking

 

Wild life

 

Bird spotting

 

Nature

 

Dusk

 

Jupiter    8x40 X
  X X
Jupiter 10x50   X X X X
Jupiter 12x50
X X X
Jupiter 16x50    X   X   X   

 


 

Product specifications

PENTAX Binoculars Jupiter

65911 8x40, 65912 10x50, 65913 12x50, 65914 16x50

Details JUPITER 8x40 & JUPITER 10x50

Products name JUPITER 8x40 JUPITER 10x50
Magnification 8x 10x
Effective Aperture of Objective Lens 40mm 50mm
Real field of View 8.2° 6.5°
Field if View (at 1,000m) 143m 114m
Exit Pupil 5.0mm 5.0mm
Eye Relief 13mm 13mm
Relative Brightness 25.0 25.0
Minimum Focusing Distance 6m 9m
Height 132mm 167mm
Width 188mm 199mm
Thickness 58mm 66mm
Weight 735g 870g

Details JUPITER 12x50 & JUPITER 16x50

Products name JUPITER 12x50 JUPITER 16x50
Magnification 12x 16x
Effective Aperture of Objective Lens 50mm 50mm
Real field of View 5.6° 3.5°
Field if View (at 1,000m) 98m 61m
Exit Pupil 4.2mm 3.1mm
Eye Relief 11mm 13mm
Relative Brightness 17.6 9.6
Minimum Focusing Distance 9m 10.3m
Height 162mm 167mm
Width 199mm 199mm
Thickness 66mm 66mm
Weight 860g 885g