User manual Fraser Optics 14x40 Bylite Image-Stabilized 07001-800-1-P
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User manual for the Fraser Optics 14x40 Bylite Image-Stabilized 07001-800-1-P
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The Fraser Optics 14x40 Bylite Image-Stabilized Binocular with Pouch is a gyro-stabilized binocular engineered with STEDI-EYE Technology, enabling the user to view people and events from mobile platforms, removing up to 98% of image motion caused by hand or platform tremor. It is ruggedized to withstand extreme operational and environmental conditions. When every second and every ounce count, the three-pound Bylite offers the clear advantage. It can run for up to 12 continuous hours on a single CR-123 battery, and an optional external power pack is available for extended use. A pouch, CR-123A battery, and DC cable are included.
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Additional parameters of the Fraser Optics 14x40 Bylite Image-Stabilized 07001-800-1-P:
Objective Lens Diameter
Angle of View
240.96' @ 1000 yd / 80 m @ 1000 m
Minimum Focus Distance
30' / 9.14 m
Exit Pupil Diameter
56 - 74 mm / 2.20 - 2.91"
4.3 arc seconds (Dawes)
8.58 x 7.60 x 3.31" / 218 x 193 x 84 mm
3.1 lb / 1.41 kg
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