Nikon Monarch ATB 10x42
Released December, 2006
The Pros:BEST value for image quality. Slight flare around the image edges but compared to Leica or Swarovski ($1000 plus ), this is a real bargain. Yes both Leica and Swarovski shows no internal reflections.But their prices are like 2x to 3x of Monarch ATB. 10 x 42 is best balance for birding.
The Cons:Big, heavy, not very compact. But not enormously sized.
The Monarch ATB 10x42s are a pair of mid-priced binoculars from Nikon. The Monarch ATB 10x42s' dielectric high-reflective multilayer prism coating recreates almost the same brightness as that seen by the naked eye.
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This coating also recreates high-contrast images with accurate color. Like the closely related Monarch ATB 10x36s, the Monarch ATB 10x42s allow you adjust the fit of the the binoculars with multi-setting click stop eyecups, a feature particularly useful for those who wear eyeglasses. Also like the Monarch ATB 10x36s, the Monarch ATB 10x42s are nitrogen filled and O-ring sealed, which makes them waterproof and fogproof. This and the lightweight design of the Monarch ATB 10x42 binoculars (21.9oz. weight) make them ideal for taking along on your travels. The Monarch ATB 10x42 comes with travel case, lens covers and binocular strap. The Monarch STB 10x42 Team REAL TREE, a model variation of the Monarch ATB 10x42, is also available.
- Color: Black
- Dielectric high-reflective multilayer prism coating
- Lens covers
- Binocular strap
- Travel case
- 10x magnification
- 42mm objective diameter
- 5.5 degree real angular field of view
- 51.3 degree apparent angular field of view
- 288ft. FOV at 1000 yds.
- 8.2ft. close focus distance
- 4.2mm exit pupil
- 17.6 relative brightness
- 18.4mm eye relief
- Dimensions: 5.7" x 5.1"
- Weight: 21.9oz.
- 56-72mm interpupilary distance (adjustable)
- Phase coating
- Roof prism design
- Multi-setting click stop eyecups
- Central focus knob
- Precision aligned optics
- Monarch ATB 10x42 Team REAL TREE - REAL TREE AG HD camo color
User Reviews (1)
BEST value for image quality. Slight flare around the image edges but compared to Leica or Swarovski ($1000 plus ), this is a real bargain.
Yes both Leica and Swarovski shows no internal reflections.But their prices are like 2x to 3x of Monarch ATB
10 x 42 is best balance for birding.
comfortable for long use. Just the correct balance of weight and size
Diopter has a click lock and would not work itself lose
Big, heavy, not very compact. But not enormously sized.
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