Discover a world of exquisite beauty with new Nikon Monarch Fieldscopes
Nikon today announced the release of four Monarch Fieldscope bodies: – 82ED-S, 82ED-A, 60ED-S and Fieldscope 60ED-A and three eyepieces MEP-38W, MEP-20-60 and MEP-30-60W exclusively designed for the series. Employing a new optical design, these Monarch Fieldscopes deliver high optical performance with a crystal-clear field of view. As successor models to the ED82/EDIII Fieldscopes, the new series provide an exciting new experience of observation. The new Nikon Monarch Fieldscopes ensure a contrast-rich field of view with Nikon’s ED (extra-low dispersion) glass and true-to-life colour fidelity, with multilayer coating applied to all lens and prism surfaces for powerful light transmission. The focus ring of Monarch Fieldscopes provides different focusing speeds for optimal operation: fine focus adjustment for distant subjects and coarser adjustment for nearby subjects.
While providing a wide field of view, sufficiently long eye relief is also assured. The Monarch fieldscope bodies are waterproof, sealed with O-rings and packing seals that make them airtight. The aluminum alloy body is filled with nitrogen gas to prevent fog due to sudden temperature changes. Advanced apochromat delivers real color with high resolution and the field flattener lens system ensures absolutely sharp images throughout the entire field of view. Nikon’s innovative technology presents users a breathtaking vision vastly surpassing what the naked eyes can see.
The newly developed three eyepieces MEP-38W, MEP-20-60 and MEP-30-60W feature a Type 1 Bayonet Mount with lock for easy attachment and detachment. When attached to a Fieldscope, each of these MEP eyepieces is waterproof, ensuring safe use even during unexpected weather changes. True to its regal name, Nikon Monarch series brings to its users exciting experiences of new observations.The MEP eyepieces utilise a new optical system, and feature a Field Flattener Lens System that achieves consistent sharpness and clarity across the entire field of view.