New Nikon MONARCH M5 and M7 Binoculars at BINTEL

Just in time for National Bird Week 2021, BINTEL are excited to announce availability of the new Nikon M5 and M7 series of binoculars, successors to the popular MONARCH 5 and MONARCH 7 which have been favourites for many years. 

Both the M5 and M7 have extra-low dispersion (ED) glass for razor sharp, high contrast images. Advanced coatings result in a bright view with sharp, crisp natural colours.

The MONARCH M5 Series – what’s new

The MONARCH M5 Series consists of three models: 8×42, 10×42 and 12×42. 

Their exterior has been completely redesigned from the MONARCH 5 binoculars into a clean form with straight lines. Nikon MONARCH M5 binoculars are ideal for nature-watching, birding, and many other outdoor activities.

New Nikon MONARCH M5 and M7 Binoculars at BINTEL

Nikon MONARCH M5 8 x 42 Shown – click here for more  

  • Sophisticated exterior design for comfortable holding
  • Extra-low dispersion (ED) glass for chromatic aberration compensation and brighter, clearer viewing
  • Dielectric high-reflective multilayer prism coating ensures superior transmittance uniformity across the visible range, resulting in brighter images and more natural colours
  • All lenses and prisms are multilayer-coated for brighter images
  • Phase-correction-coated roof prisms for high resolution
  • Long eye relief design ensures a clear field of view, even for eyeglass wearers
  • Waterproof (up to 1m/3.3 ft. for 10 minutes) and fog-free with O-ring seals and nitrogen gas
  • Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups with multi-click facilitate easy positioning of eyes at the correct eyepoint
  • Rubber armouring for shock resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
  • Lightweight body uses fibreglass-reinforced polycarbonate resin
  • Soft-to-the-touch neck strap
  • Flip-down objective lens cap
  • Optional tripod adapter enables attachment to a tripod [TRA-3/Adaptor H (hard type)]

The MONARCH M7 Series – what’s new

The MONARCH M7 Series binoculars feature a sleek exterior design with a wide apparent field of view (60.3˚ for 8×42, 62.2˚ for 10×42, 60.3˚ for 8×30) that offers spectacular viewing. An oil and water repellent coating is applied to the objective lens and eyepieces, allowing smudges like fingerprints to be easily wiped off.

Nikon MONARCH M7 binoculars are ideal for bird and nature watching, stargazing, and a range of other  outdoor activities.

New Nikon MONARCH M5 and M7 Binoculars at BINTEL

Nikon MONARCH M7 10 x 42 Shown – click here for more  

Key Features

  • Sophisticated exterior design for comfortable holding
  • Extra-low dispersion (ED) glass for chromatic aberration compensation and brighter, clearer viewing
  • Wide apparent field of view (60.3˚ for 8×42, 62.2˚ for 10×42, 60.3˚ for 8×30)
  • Dielectric high-reflective multilayer prism coating ensures superior transmittance uniformity across the visible range, resulting in brighter images and more natural colours
  • All lenses and prisms are multilayer-coated for brighter images
  • Oil and water repellent coating applied to the objective lens and eyepieces allows smudges like fingerprints to be easily wiped off
  • Phase-correction-coated roof prisms for high resolution
  • Long eye relief design ensures a clear field of view, even for eyeglass wearers
  • Dioptre adjustment ring locking system prevents unintentional rotation
  • Waterproof (up to 1m/3.3 ft. for 10 minutes) and fog-free with O-ring seals and nitrogen gas
  • Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups with multi-click facilitate easy positioning of eyes at the correct eyepoint
  • Rubber armouring for shock resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
  • Lightweight body uses fibreglass-reinforced polycarbonate resin
  • Soft-to-the-touch neck strap
  • Flip-down objective lens cap
  • Optional tripod adapter enables attachment to a tripod [TRA-3/Adaptor H (hard type)]

Specifications

New Nikon MONARCH M5 and M7 Binoculars at BINTEL

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