Celestron® Regal 100 F - ED 22 - 67x100mm Spotting Scope

Item # WX2-228806

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Celestron® Regal 100 F - ED 22 - 67x100mm Spotting Scope, hugely powerful and amazingly sharp!

Celestron® premium quality meets high-end optics! One of Celestron's finest, the Regal 100's APO optical design and fully multi-coated glass optics ensure the highest levels of contrast, color fidelity and sharpness.

The Regal F-ED Spotter features an air-spaced doublet, one element of which is made from the exotic mineral fluorite. The extra low dispersion from the fluorite provides excellent color correction and razor sharp images while virtually eliminating chromatic aberration. Day or night, Regal F-ED Spotting Scopes are optimized to provide the sharpest images available!

Take a closer look:
  • Variable 22-67X magnification, 100mm aperture
  • Fully multi-coated optics for the best in contrast and clarity
  • Rubber-armored for durability, and 100% waterproof
  • Quality BaK-4 prisms
  • Dual focus knobs for super-sharp focus
  • 45° viewing angle for comfortable viewing
  • Wide-angle zoom eyepiece is standard
  • Light-gathering power: 204X
  • Twist-up eyecups for use with or without glasses
  • Angular F.O.V. is 1.9° at 22X, 0.9° at 67X
  • Linear F.O.V. @ 1,000 yds. is 100 ft. at 22X, 50 ft. at 67X
  • Eye relief: 20mm
  • Near focus: 26 ft.
  • Measures 20" long, weighs 89 ozs.

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