Vortex Diamondback 20-60x80 Angled Spotting Scope

VT-DBK-80A1

Born into the bloodline of our popular Diamondback family, this spotter delivers outstanding performance—clearly a superb choice when you need a heavyweight performer in a light, compact package. The Diamondback optics guarantee a bright image throughout the magnification range and, as true to all Diamondback optics, the rugged construction stands up to rough use in the field.


MSRP/PDSF* CA$879

Status: In Stock

Specifications

Specifications

SKU VT-DBK-80A1
Magnification 20 – 60 x
Objective Lens Diameter 80 mm
Linear Field of View 105 – 51 feet/1000 yards
Angular Field of View 2 – 1 degrees
Close Focus 22 feet
Eye Relief 20 – 16.5 mm
Exit Pupil 4 – 1.3 mm
Length 14.8 inches
Weight 47.1 ounces
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Included in the Box
  • Eyepiece cap
  • Objective lens cover
  • View-through carry case

Optical Features

XR Fully Multi-Coated Proprietary coatings increase light transmission with multiple anti-reflective coatings on all air-to-glass surfaces.
Dielectric Prism Coatings Multi-layer prism coatings provide bright, clear, colour-accurate images.

Construction Features

Porro Prism Offers maximum image quality and performance in a traditional design.
Angled Body Design Valued for allowing an overall lower mounting height which maximizes stability in wind, offers greater comfort when glassing for extended periods, and permits the use of a smaller, lighter tripod.
Waterproof O-ring seals prevent moisture, dust and debris from penetrating the spotting scope for reliable performance in all environments.
Fogproof Nitrogen gas purging delivers fogproof, waterproof performance.

Convenience Features

Adjustable Eyecup Twists up and down to precise, intermediate settings to maximize custom fit for comfortable viewing with or without eyeglasses.
Built-in Sunshade Reduces glare and shields the objective lens from raindrops and snow.
Rotating Tripod Ring Allows rotation of the eyepiece to a sideways position, providing adjustable viewing angles.

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