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Leica APO-Televid 82 Spotting Scope

Leica APO-Televid 82 Spotting Scopes with 25-50x WW Asph eyepiece – Angled

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Top of the range scope built to deliver optical excellence dependably through thick and thin.

The APO-Televid 82 offers even superb optical performance for brilliant insights into nature that are rich in detail and contrast – from dawn until dusk.

The combination of the apochromatic adjustment optics with their new FL glass and the 82 mm front lens diameter increase the light yield, compared to the previous models, by more than 6%!

The eye piece is fast bayonet mounted and has a magnification of 25x to 50x. It has a very wide angle viewing area, which gives the user a unusually wide field view. The object you are viewing is not only magnified, but also the surrounding area and thus its context can observed exactly as well.
You can now also easily take a photo of your favourite subject using an adapter designed specifically for the LEICA D-LUX4 digital camera

 

The key benefits of the APO-Televid 82:

  • innovative four part, new flouride glass, lenses for ideal colour fidelity and contrast
  • optically neutral front lens glass protects the APO optics
  • precise focusing is easy with the dual focus system including microfocusing
  • very short focal length of 12.8ft (only 3,9m)
  • with water and dust repellent AquaDuraTM-coating
  • highly robust rubber armoured magnesium housing
  • waterproof to a depth of 17ft (5m)
  • new variable wide-angle eyepiece 25-50 x WW ASPH

Fully, black rubber, armored diecast magnesium housing.

 

Supported Charity

The charity chosen to benefit from at least 10% of the proceeds raised during the draw for this item is the RSPB – for more details visit their web site at https://www.rspb.org.uk/

Delivery Restrictions / Special Terms

This item can be delivered to any registered UK address which must match the address linked to the paypal account used to purchase the ticket. In the case of a free ticket winning the draw then we will request proof of address before sending the prize.

Qualifying Question

In order to comply with regulations it is necessary for each entrant to answer a qualifying question for each draw. The question for this draw is as follows:

What bird of prey is regarded as the most intensively persecuted in the UK?

A. Hen Harrier

B. Kestrel

C. Golden Eagle

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