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XT 7-20x40 Spotting Scope

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The light and handy body of the 265g Luger XT 7-20x40 is among the lightest spotting scopes in the world. At only 165mm in length, the spotting scope rests comfortably and securely in the observers’ hand. With its grooved finger indents, the Luger XT 7-20x40 has a secure grip. The precise calculated optics ensure, despite its small dimensions, an image of the highest quality. The variable zoom with 7 to 20 times magnification satisfies all demands. Case, strap and tripod thread are included.

Magnification/power:
The magnification/power figure indicates how much closer an object appears. For example binoculars with 10 times magnification (LUGER DA 10x42) make an object 100m away appear to be only 10m away.

Objective lens diameter:
The objective lens diameter determines the amount of light that penetrates the objective lens of binoculars or spotting scopes. As an example, the LUGER ST 8x40 has an objective lens diameter of 40mm. The larger the diameter, the greater the amount of light that enters the optical system, and the brighter the image.

Field of view:
When looking through binoculars or spotting scopes, a circular image appears. The width of this image is referred to as the "field of view". For binoculars and spotting scopes the field of view is being measured for m/1000m. The corresponding figure indicates the width of the area visible at a distance of 1000m. For example, the LUGER SX 8x40 binoculars cover 140m of an area 1000m away. The higher the magnification, the smaller the field of view. Special wide angle oculars yield larger fields of view despite high magnification.

Twilight factor:
When two binoculars of the same series and with the same exit pupil are directly compared with each other, the one with the higher magnification yields the better image in poor light conditions. This circumstance is represented by the twilight factor. The twilight factor is calculated by extracting the root of the multiplication of the objective lens diameter times the magnification. As an example, the LUGER DN 9x63 has a twilight factor of 23.81 and is therefore perfectly adapted to use in poor light conditions.

  • Suitable for:

    • Hiking + trekking
    • Hunting + outdoors
    • Nature + wildlife obersvation
  • Magnification/power: 7-20x
  • Objective lens diameter (mm): 40
  • Field of view (m/1000m): 52-101
  • Twilight factor: 16.7-28.3
  • Tripod adapter fitting
  • Integrated carrying strap
  • Includes carry case
  • 2 year warranty

  • Dimensions: 165 (mm)
  • Weight: 265g

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