Celestron® 22-66x100mm Zoom 45 degree Spotting Scope

Item # WX2-211492

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Details & Specs

SEE up close! Powerful 100% WATERPROOF Celestron® 22-66x100mm Ultima Zoom 45° Spotter.

Open up a whole world of long distance views! Celestron®'s highly acclaimed Ultima Series is a portable and durable design. Ideal for birding, spotting game, eyeballing scenery, locating target "hits" at the range, even astronomy.

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  • 22-66x zoom magnification
  • Generous 100mm objective size
  • 100% waterproof for use in rain and inclement weather
  • 45° eyepiece for comfortable viewing
  • Multi-coated optics for excellent contrast and image brightness
  • Refractor optical design
  • Sight tube for quick targeting
  • F.O.V. at 1,000 yds. is 95' at 22x, 53' at 66x
  • Eye relief: 18mm at 22x
  • Close focus: 33'
  • Tripod / camera adaptable
  • Includes carry case. Weighs 72 ozs.

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