Bresser P-Series Pirsch ED 8x56 Binoculars 811803031173 – Goliath Outdoor Adventures

Bresser P-Series Pirsch ED 8x56 Binoculars 811803031173

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Description

The Bresser P-Series Pirsch ED 8x56 binoculars are a high-quality astronomical instrument that provides stunning views of the night sky. They feature two 56mm extra-low dispersion (ED) objective lenses that gather 175% more light than the naked eye, resulting in brighter and more detailed images. The binoculars also have 45° angled eyepiece holders that make it comfortable to observe for long periods of time.

Each eyepiece holder can accommodate 1.25" eyepieces, so you can easily switch between different magnifications depending on the object you're observing. The binoculars also come with a carry handle for easy transport.

Here are some of the key features of the Bresser P-Series Pirsch ED 8x56 binoculars:

  • 56mm extra-low dispersion (ED) objective lenses
  • 448mm focal length
  • 31.7mm (1 1/4 inch) eyepiece sockets
  • Very high light intensity thanks to the large aperture
  • 3-dimensional viewing with both eyes
  • Carry handle included
  • Dimensions: 430 x 360 x 150 mm / weight 10.9 kg

Here are some of the technical specifications of the Bresser P-Series Pirsch ED 8x56 binoculars:

  • Optical design: Refractor telescope
  • Resolution and limiting magnitude: 1.43 arc seconds, 9.8
  • Focal length: 448 mm (f/5.6)
  • Type of coating: Fully multi-coated
  • Color of coating: Black
  • Body material: Magnesium
  • Adapter and connections: 31.7 mm clamp
  • Dimensions and weight: 430 x 360 x 150 mm; 10.9 kg

If you're looking for a high-quality astronomical binocular that will provide you with stunning views of the night sky, the Bresser P-Series Pirsch ED 8x56 is a great option. It's perfect for both beginners and experienced astronomers alike.

Here are some of the benefits of using a binocular with an ED lens:

  • ED lenses help to reduce chromatic aberration, which is a type of optical distortion that can cause color fringing around objects.
  • ED lenses also help to improve the contrast of images, making them sharper and more detailed.
  • ED lenses are more expensive than standard lenses, but they offer a number of benefits that can make them worth the investment for serious astronomers.

 

 

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