Steiner 7x50 Marine Binoculars
If you've always wanted a high performance 7x50 but weren't ready to spend the big dollars, leave it up to Steiner to deliver performance at a tremendous value - a world class glass made in Germany for less than $300. It's guaranteed to outperform any other binocular in this price category!
The new 7x50 Marine Steiner features fully multi-coated optics for excellent low-light performance with a peak light transmission of over 90%. Long 22mm eye relief offers full field of view when you wear eyeglasses or sunglasses. The 7x50 Marine is also equipped with Steiner's Sports-AutoFocus system - everything is in focus from 20 yards to infinity once set for the users eyes.
Steiner Marine binoculars are nitrogen pressurized and guaranteed waterproof and shockproof to stand up to harsh marine use. The black rubber armoring prevents slipping, even when wet. Included are a web strap, rain and spray guard for the eyepieces, and attached objective lens caps. Carries a 10-year limited warranty.
This entry-level marine binocular offer precision optics and German engineering in a rugged design, but it won’t break the budget for new boaters or sailors. This binocular delivers performance at a tremendous value – with world-class glass made in Germany for less than $400. The 7x50 Marine will out perform any other binocular in this price category.
7x50 Advantage — The 7x magnification and larger 50mm objective is the standard for marine binoculars. It produces a wide field of view making it easy to track other boats, navigation buoys and bridge numbers even in rough water. The larger image also reduces the need for stabilized images. The 50mm objective gathers a lot of light making it possible to see more detail in low light.
Fully multicoated – Multiple coatings on all external lens surfaces improves peak light transmission to over 90%. UV coatings reduce glare on the water for greater viewing comfort.
Floating Prism Lens System – The prisms have a “floating prism mount’ that is fixes the prism in place with a durable, flexible silicon material. These binoculars will stand up to the hardest use and abuse you can put them through in a marine environment.
Steiner Sports Auto Focus System — Simple to use, even with one hand. Each ocular lens is focused individually for razor sharp images. Once adjusted to your eyes, everything will be sharp and clear from 20 yards to infinity. Allows one-hand use so you can keep a steady grip on the tiller or helm.
Cylindrical Eyecups — The cylindrical eyecups are soft and can be easily folded down to provide full field of view when wearing sunglasses. They help to eliminate glare while on the water for better, more comfortable viewing.
Rubber Armoring — Black rubber armoring provides a sure grip while reducing noise and protecting the bino during normal use.
Rain Protection Cap — Standard equipment includes rain protection caps for the ocular lenses and objective lenses.
Quality Carrying Case - A padded carrying case make it easy to safely store your binoculars when not in use.
Makrolon Housing — Only Steiner offers a polycarbonate chassis that is extremely durable, impervious to rust, oils, acids and all the abuse that years of hunting can bring. It will withstand 5 Gs of force and not crack or break.
Nitrogen Pressure System — Steiner uses a vacuum to remove all oxygen and moisture from the binocular then uses pressure to fill the lens barrels with nitrogen so the binocular will never fog up. Extreme temperature swings from freezing cold to desert heat will not cause condensation to form.
Waterproof — The binoculars are built to withstand complete immersion to a depth of 6 ft.
From its humble, post-WWII beginnings, Steiner has become one of the largest manufacturers of high-quality optics. Optics pioneer Karl Steiner established Steiner Optik GmbH in 1947, offering products from small cameras to binoculars and special lenses. As the company grew, it increasingly focused its production on professional high-quality binoculars. Steiner innovations include rubber armoring, the first binoculars ever with an integrated compass, the first binocular with special optical coating to protect against harmful UV radiation, the pocket-size binocular, and the new Predator lens coating to increase contrast of animals against wooded backgrounds.
Today, Karl Steiner's son Carl continues to strengthen and develop the company's position as a world leader in binocular production, utilizing the highest level of technology and setting high standards for future products with all binocular manufacturers. Steiner is located in Moorestown, N.J.