Torrance, CA --(Ammoland.com)- For outdoor enthusiasts, the adventure doesn’t always happen during the day – it might happen just before morning light or during twilight hours.
For binocular users, that time of day has always proven to be difficult, until now.
Celestron, a leading manufacturer of telescopes and sporting optics, now has a line of binoculars for the dimmest of lighting conditions – the Echelon Series.
Celestron Echelon 10×70 ( http://tiny.cc/x9hwgx )
The Echelon Series is assembled in the USA utilizing premium Japanese optical components, including large-aperture 70 mm objective lenses – perfect for long-range glassing in the dimmest conditions. Bak-4 prisms and fully-multicoated optics are standard, with Celestron’s renowned XLT coating, which provides for maximum light transmission for the ultimate viewing experience. Even during the twilight hours or early morning, the Echelon binoculars won’t disappoint.
Celestron Echelon 16×70 ( http://tiny.cc/6aiwgx )
Three models are available in the series. The 10×70 model with 10x magnification is great for celestial viewing, as it comes equipped with a 7 mm exit pupil – the largest of the series – to let more light in during low-light conditions. The 16×70 model with 16x magnification is excellent for hunting during predawn and pre-sunset hours. It provides a 4.4 mm exit pupil, allowing for sharp, detailed images even at long ranges. The 20×70 model with 20x magnification is made for the extreme outdoorsman that wants to really bring objects in close. With the highest magnification of the Echelon lineup, this model is superb for picking out small subjects at the longest distances.
Celestron Echelon 20×70 ( http://tiny.cc/hciwgx )
Like other Celestron binoculars, the Echelon Series has a rugged housing, made with aluminum alloy to keep it lightweight and durable. A rubber armor covers the aluminum for a slip-free grip and protection against the occasional bump or ding. All three models are fully waterproof and are nitrogen-purged to seal the optics against fog, dew and other forms of moisture – meaning you can take them anywhere your outdoor adventure leads you.
Don’t let low-light conditions ruin your outdoor excursion. Take a pair of Echelon binoculars with you, and be ready to see every detail, even in dim light.
For more information on Celestron Echelon line binoculars, check out: http://tiny.cc/4ciwgx