DetailsThe Vixen Geoma II ED Series gives you all the features of the Geoma II Series with the addition of quality extra low dispersion glass that is generally found only on spotting scopes three times the price. The ED glass used in the Vixen Geoma II ED spotting scopes produces high-contrast images with no false color. The combination of all of the Vixen Geoma features and the best optical glass makes this series the very best money can buy.
Vixen Geoma II ED 82-A Spotting Scope Highlights...
- Nitrogen filled and sealed body for a complete waterproof product usable in all weather.
- All air-to-glass surfaces of lenses and prisms are fully multi-coated to deliver crystal clear views.
- The spotting scope comes with a tripod adapter block with rotation mechanism for different viewing angles or photography.
- Lightweight and durable body is made of a fiber glass material.
- Long eye-relief GLH-48 zoom eyepiece with twist-up eyecup is available (sold separately).
- Dual focus with second micro-movement fine focus (1:8)
- Sliding Lens Shade helps prevent stray light from falling on the lens and improves contrast.
Vixen Geoma II ED 82-A Spotting Scope Specifications...
- Model: Body tilt at 45°
- Object Lens Effective Diameter: 82mm
- Focal Distance: 514mm
- Size: Height 11.8cm × Length 36.3cm × Width 9.7cm
- Weight: 1,350g
Image shows Geoma II ED82-A with optional eyepiece attached.
- Additional Information
SKU VX-5815 Body Style 45º Angled Eyepiece Style Interchangeable Manufacturer Vixen Warranty Lifetime Warranty Optical Design ED Refractor Aperture 82mm Magnification Varies, eyepiece optional Focal Length 514mm Focal Ratio Not supplied by manufacturer FOV @ 1000 Yards Not supplied by manufacturer Close Focus Not supplied by manufacturer Watertightness Waterproof Anti-Fog? Yes Prism Material N/A Housing Material Fiberglass Camera Adaptable? Yes Included Eyepiece (s) Not supplied by manufacturer Spotting Scope Tube Length Not supplied by manufacturer Weight 2.4 lbs.
Customer Reviews 1 item(s)
- Nice spotting scope and cheap
I bought this spotting scope a two years a go, and I must say that I very satisfied with it.
For me it's enough for birdwatching. Not bad optical quality: very sharp and good color resolution. Good design and easy to work. It´s not the top of the spotting scopes, but for this budget (ca.$1000 it´s certainly the best of the best. I suggest to everybody that don´t want spend a lot money for a spotting scope to buy this one. Good price/quality
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- Included Items
- Vixen Geoma II ED82-A Angled Spotting Scope
- Questions & Answers
Product QuestionsQuestion by: Abdu on Feb 25, 2014 8:36:44 PMIn order to convert an image from a spotting scope from light that you see with your eye to a digital image, you need to use a digital camera that can then run a connection to a screen. The iPad has a digital camera in it, but it would have to be physically attached to the spotting scope with the camera centered over the eyepiece. We do not currently have an adapter of this type, though Orion makes an adapter that will do this with the older iPhone 4 or 4s: http://www.optcorp.com/open-box-orion-steadypix-telescope-afocal-adapter-for-iphone-05303-7016.html.
The other method would be to attach a digital camera with a large rear screen or video output. A newer Canon or Nikon DSLR will have USB outputs for a computer and HDMI outputs to run to a TV or other monitor. Many higher end point and shoot cameras will have the same options. You would want to use either of these adapters - http://www.optcorp.com/orion-steadypix-universal-camera-adapter.html or http://www.optcorp.com/or-5338-steadypix-deluxe-camera-mount.html - or see if the spotting scope of your choice has a dedicated camera adapter to do this.Answer by: Chris (Admin) on Feb 26, 2014 4:49:31 AM
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