Nikon Prostaff 8X42 Binoculars
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Nikon Prostaff 8X42 Binoculars

4.63 out of 5
(8 customer reviews)

£319 £259

A favourite choice by many bird watchers, hunters and travellers. The Nikon Prostaff 8×42 binoculars combine an outstanding image quality with a comfortable, intuitive viewing experience. Adjustable eyecups and a 19.5 mm eye relief make them perfect for any viewer, with or without glasses. 100% Waterproof and fog-proof for use in all weather conditions, including fog, rain or extreme temperatures. An extra wide viewing angle allows you to easily locate and follow moving subjects. With Nikon’s state-of-the-art optics you'll see the world in high resolution with distinct colours and vivid details.

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Product Description

 
What’s in the Box

  • Nikon ProStaff 8×42 Binocular
  • 2 x Objective Caps
  • 2 x Eyepiece Caps
  • Strap
  • Case

Key Features

  • 100% Waterproof/Fogproof
  • Aluminum High-reflective Multilayer Prism Coating
  • With phase correction coating on roof prism for excellent brightness and resolution.
  • Long eye-relief for eyeglass wearers
  • Lightweight design
  • Click Stop Eyecups, allows the eycups to be set for various levels of eye relief. Particulary valuable for eyeglass wearers
  • Nikon’s Exclusive ATB (All Terrain Binocular) is reserved for the ultra rugged, watreproof, fogproof bincoulars
  • High Quality Compact Roof Prism Design
  • Fully Multicoated Optics
  • Durable and Protective, Rubber-Armored Coating
  • Weight: 665 grams (1.4 pounds)

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Additional Information

Brand

Nikon

Magnification

8x

Lens-effective-diameter

42mm

Application

All Binoculars, Birdwatching, General Use / Travel, Hunting, Marine, Sports Viewing

Angle of View

6.3° (actual)

Field of View

331.33′ @ 1000 yd / 110 m @ 1000 m

Closest Focusing Distance

13.12′ / 4 m

Exit Pupil Diameter

5.3 mm

Eye Relief

19.3 mm

Tripod Mount

Yes (Adapter Optional)

Dimensions

6.89 x 5.08 x 0.31″ / 175 x 129 x 8 mm

Weight

665 grams (1.4 pounds)

8 reviews for Nikon Prostaff 8X42 Binoculars

  1. Colin Gilbertson
    4 out of 5

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    Excellent value – bright, sharp, fast focus, lightweight. I use them for birding. My only grumble would be the lens caps – the rear ones are loose and the front caps awkward to stow, but I knew that and bought them anyway because they are such good binos.

  2. Lee
    5 out of 5

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    You asked for feedback on my purchase. I have just returned from 3 months in Africa and I LOVED LOVED LOVED my nikon binoculars. Thank you SO SO SO much for your advice and help. And I am so glad I didn’t get the Swarovski – so much more costly and I don’t know if they could be That much better. I did heaps of bird watching and they were a joy –
    I Love them – thank you all

  3. Greg
    5 out of 5

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    The Nikons were the last touch of my retirement plan. A home on a hectare of bush with flowering natives. I don’t even have to go outside, just take the Nikons from room to room. So far all my bird viewing has been done through a camera lens, time to relax a bit and just enjoy watching. My Nikons have proved ideal, with the added bonus of not even having to wear my glasses

  4. Judy
    5 out of 5

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    Light weight, terrific field of view, clarity and light capturing properties. Yet another great Nikon, but i do feel sad to pension the old ones off after all these years of faithful service.

  5. Jim sloan
    5 out of 5

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    Birthday present for my son in law very happy rating five

  6. birdloverrrr
    4 out of 5

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    I bought these binoculars about 6 months ago and have used them when bird watching, even in wet weather. They have a good weight and are wonderful for overall binocular use. They are sturdy and not that hard to use.

  7. jack67
    5 out of 5

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    I have a fetish for binoculars I must admit. This was my 4th pair and I bought it here 5 weeks ago. I already had Nikon’s before so I know they are one of the best and for a very reasonable price. I had the chance to test all 4 models: Prostaff 8×42, Prostaff 10×42, Monarch 8×42 and Monarch 10×42. This model – PROSTAFF 8×42 – is the best one you can get for under £400 and here’s why:

    1. 8×42 is a perfect balance between wide FOV and large lenses. This model specifically is much lighter and very easy to carry around.

    2. Waterproof, fogproof and shockproof so if you’re an adventurer like myself you will appreciate these features. Some cheaper models claim to have these features but in real life they are not 100% durable. I go birding and on Safaris so I prefer to spend another £50 and go for quality.

    3. Nikon optics, what can i say.. You just have to look through these binoculars to understand. I compared them to my others and can notice a much brighter and sharper image every time. These by the way are similar image wise to the Nikon MONARCH but cheaper!. Slightly longer design that’s all so absolutely no major difference as far as I could tell.

    4. Fully multicoated lenses, good eye relief, good design all together.

    5. Price – they are mid-range (and on good discount here) but quality wise they are simply tops.

  8. Anonymous
    4 out of 5

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    I did a-lot of research guys- everybody loves this model. My only decision was between these ones or the 10×42. I got these ones because u can get a wider image which is important for me as I scan large bushy areas so I can’t go with too much magnification. I already dropped these, hit them, got them soaking wet and god knows what else! They can seriously take a beating. I just want to say that if you have £1000-£2000 go for Leica but otherwise these are 90% the same!! Good value for money for sure.

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