For 2014, the Nature DX Series, which is designed specifically for the beginning and intermediate outdoor enthusiast, adds three new large-aperture 56 mm models in 8x, 10x and 12x magnifications. Although they are affordably priced, the Celestron Nature DX series of binoculars has received more praise and awards than many other higher-priced models. In fact, the Nature DX 8×42 won The Cornell Lab of Ornithology Best Binoculars of 2013 Award for Budget Binoculars Under $200.
All Nature DX models feature BaK-4 prisms with phase coating to increase contrast and resolution, which creates the sharpest, most detailed image possible – image quality you won’t find on any other entry-level binoculars. But not only do they offer superior optical performance, they also offer optimum usability in any weather condition, thanks to nitrogen gas-filled fully waterproof housings. Take the Nature DX on any outdoor excursion and feel confident these binoculars will outperform any other.
Nine models make up the Nature DX line with a range of magnifications and objective lens sizes. From compact to full-sized, there is a set for everyone, and every outdoor adventure. All models are constructed of lightweight, durable polycarbonate that reduces weight and features rubber armoring for increased ruggedness and better grip when used in extreme weather conditions. For detailed observation of subjects nearby, the Nature DX also has a great close focus as low as 6.5 feet.
The Nature DX line offers twist-up eyecups for comfort and have great eye relief to accommodate eyeglass wearers. Several models are also tripod-adaptable for prolonged viewing sessions.
From bird watching, to extreme game hunting and all outdoor activities in between, the new Nature DX line of binoculars from Celestron will not only be easy on your wallet, but will provide the ultimate viewing experience.
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