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ATN Offers New Daytime Binocular for Professional Applications

March 30, 2009  | 

American Technologies Network (ATN) Corp.'s new 7x50 daytime Omega class binocular is built to withstand rugged handling and environments while providing a sharp, stable image with excellent low-light performance.

The 7x50RF Omega binocular provides 7 times magnification with multi-coated optics for superior light transmission and an individual diopter focus for clearer images. The 7x50RF Omega binocular is housed in full rubber armor for shock resistance and offers waterproof protection. The field of view is 394 feet at 1000 yards or 132 meters at 1000 meters. For eyeglass wearers, the 7X50RF Omega features an extra long eye relief of 22 mm making this one of the most comfortable binoculars to use for extended periods of time without creating eyestrain.

MSRP for the 7x50RF Omega binocular is $249, and it comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

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