Johns Hopkins University developed the Super Telephoto Military Telescope. The goal of this research is to achieve maximum magnification at the smallest effective aperture while maintaining the telescope's light flux and resolution angle.
The luminous flux is 30 times more than that of typical telescopes of the same diameter. Ordinary telescopes with the same diameter have a resolution angle of 47 times that of this telescope. The highest magnification was 300 times. This monocular is the first to attain such high magnification and clarity on such a small scale.
You can see people or things from kilometers away if there are no terrain obstacles.
See the perfect view miles away
When the telescope reaches magnifications of hundreds of times, the telescopic anti-shake mechanism and special tripod 3D gyroscope keep the field of vision exceptionally stable.
The shell is built of a higher specific strength titanium alloy and weighs only 1.1 pounds. When fully retracted, the length is only 7.87 inches, making it easy to carry in a backpack or pocket whether hunting, traveling, or camping.
Waterproof, Dust-proof, and Shockproof Design
The living waterproof function is ensured by nitrogen-filled waterproof and O-ring sealed optics that keep moisture, dust, and debris out.
Ideal for outdoor enthusiasts and wilderness explorers
Bird watching, wildlife viewing, hunting, hiking, mountaineering, camping, spying, and travel necessitate the use of a handheld device.
Compatible with all mobile phones on the market.
(Optional tripod pictured above)
MONOCULAR TELESCOPE SPECIFICATIONS
Prism Type: BAK-S1
Objective Lens Coating: FMC
Prism System: BAK-S1 Prism
Field of View: 360ft/1000yds
Weight of Monocular: 1.1 pounds
1 x Super Telephoto Military Telescope
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