To the category: Spotting scopes
SIGETA Panorama 33-100x100 - is the biggest spotting scope in the Panorama line, which has a large diameter of the main objective lens and a very significant variable magnification (from 33 to 100x). This optics is specially constructed to observe the most distant objects.
The optical part of the scope stands out with the strongest 100 mm objective lens in the Panorama line. Thanks to it, the maximum 100x zoom of the viewer to the object of observation became possible. All the lenses are made of high quality optical glass with multi-coated enlightenment. The rotating prism system located inside the body is made of BK7 glass. The built-in eyepiece with a multi-lens design and a regulator of smooth change of multiplicity is located at an angle of 45°, which contributes to comfortable observation of objects located above. The image quality is at the highest level: at a minimum magnification of 33x, the scope has the largest panoramic viewing angle and maximum aperture. The maximum magnification of 100x will allow you to view objects in detail at the maximum possible distances, for example, to detect a person at a distance of up to 5000 m (in daylight under favorable weather conditions).
The housing of the scope is waterproof, allowing you to use the device even in adverse weather conditions, such as rain or fog. The lens has a hinged protective cover and a retractable hood that prevents unwanted glare. In the central part of the instrument housing is a black metal ring with a locking screw and a ¼ inch connector. The scope can be mounted on the supplied tripod, which allows the scope body to be rotated around the axis, thus changing the position of the eyepiece. The tripod itself has a metal construction with rubber pads and a handle for pointing / fixing the position. It also includes a protective nylon case with a shoulder strap for transporting and storing the scope.
SIGETA Panorama 33-100x100 is a very high power spotting scope that is ideal for observing the most distant objects.