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BMDHA Monocular Telescope, Monocular 12×45 HD Low-Light Night Vi

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Product description

Color:10×40

Product name: Monoculars

Magnification: 8/10 times

Eyepiece diameter: 22mm

Objective lens diameter: 45/40mm

Real magnification: 12/10 times

Prism system: BAK4

Waterproof function: life waterproof

Optical coating: FMC anti-reflection green film

Mirror body material: metal + cadmium sulfide armor

Eye cup type: metal eye cup with memory scale

Mirror body material: metal

How far can this telescope see?
From the perspective of optical principles, the general working range of a telescope is from the designed closest observation distance to infinity. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. The objects you observe are not all as bright as the moon and other celestial bodies, and the sensitivity of your eyes is also limited, so you can only see things at a certain distance. The distance that different telescopes can see is different, which is related to its optical performance. Telescopes with high field of view brightness (high transmittance) and high resolution can see farther distances.

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