Nikon Launches PROSTAFF P7 and PROSTAFF P3 Series Binoculars

Nikon is a brand that makes a lot of imaging-related products and their binoculars are world-renowned. Following the suit, they announced two new series of binoculars. First of all, we have the Nikon PROSTAFF P7 series and then we have the PROSTAFF P3 series. Let’s know about both of them and what they bring to the table.

Nikon PROSTAFF P7 Series

  • PROSTAFF P7 8×42
  • PROSTAFF P7 10×42
  • PROSTAFF P7 8×30
  • PROSTAFF P7 10×30

Nikon PROSTAFF P3 Series

  • PROSTAFF P3 8×42
  • PROSTAFF P3 10×42
  • PROSTAFF P3 8×30
  • PROSTAFF P3 10×30

Nikon PROSTAFF P7 Series Key Highlights

nikon prostaff p7 10x30

The new PROSTAFF P7 series of binoculars is the successor of Nikon’s popular PROSTAFF 7S binoculars and the new ones have significant upgrades in terms of design and power.

And here are all the key features of the new series of binoculars from Nikon:

In terms of field of view, these ones have w wide apparent field of view which is 62.6° for 8×30, and 62.9° for 10×42. For brighter images and more natural color fidelity, these binoculars come with dielectric high-reflective multilayer prism coating.

The coating helps in getting the best in class transmittance uniformity in the entire visible range. To provide users with high-resolution output, these binoculars come with phase-correction-coated roof prisms.

Nikon has also added multilayer coats on the prisms and lenses to give out brighter images for the users. And one of the common issues of fingerprint smudges is resolved by adding oil and water repellent coating on the eyepieces and the objective lens.

Nikon has also made sure that these binoculars are perfect for people who wear eyeglasses and for that they have adapted the long eye relief design. The design helps all the eyeglass wearers to get a more clear field of view while using these binoculars.

Sometimes, users face unintentional rotation of the binoculars, and to prevent that, Nikon has added a dioptre adjustment ring locking system on these.

The brand is also using lead and arsenic-free glass to make the prisms and lenses of these binoculars which is good at many levels.

These roof-type binoculars are rugged and are waterproof and fog-free as they have O-ring seals and nitrogen gas. The grip on the binoculars is also supposed to be comfortable as it has rubber armoring which doubles as a shock resistance mechanism. For greater usability, Nikon is using fiberglass-reinforced polycarbonate resin to make these.

Nikon PROSTAFF P3 Series Key Highlights

nikon prostaff p3 10x30

Nikon has also announced the successor to its popular binoculars series PROSTAFF 3S and the new series is the PROSTAFF P3.

As per ikon, these series of binoculars are a perfect choice for all the beginners out there as they have a wide apparent field of view. Users can utilize these binoculars in a lot of nature-related activities like birdwatching and other outdoor activities.

Now, here are some of the key highlights of the new PROSTAFF P3 series of binoculars:

First of all, let’s talk about the field of view. These binoculars are good for beginners because they have a wide apparent field of view of 62.6° for 8×30, and 62.9° for 10×42.

To provide users with a bright and clear view, Nikon has added a high-reflectivity silver-alloy mirror coating to the mirror surfaces of the prisms. The lenses are also multilayer-coated so that they can provide brighter images.

The brand made sure that these binoculars are perfect for people who wear eyeglasses and for that they have adapted the long eye relief design. The design helps all the eyeglass wearers to get a more clear field of view while using these binoculars.

Apart from that, the specifications are almost the same as the new PROSTAFF P7 series of binoculars and all of the features of the P7 series are also present in the P3 series.

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