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Olympus 18909 Jumelles PCI (Porro Compact) 8 x 25

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  • Description du produit: Olympus -18909
  • Type de produit: Jumelles PCI (Porro Compact)
  • Grossissement: 8 x
  • Œilleton: Haut/Bas
  • Correction dioptrique: Oui
  • Caractéristique: Protection UV
  • Dimensions: 114 x 98 x 48 mm
  • Poids: 280 g

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Dimensions du produit 7,62 x 12,45 x 12,7 centimètres 5,08 x 11,43 x 10,16 centimètres 7,62 x 12,45 x 12,7 centimètres 7,62 x 12,45 x 15,24 centimètres 18,2 x 5,8 x 15,2 centimètres
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Variation du zoom optique 10x 12x 10x 40x

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Descriptif technique
MarqueOlympus
FonctionsCorrecteur Dioptrique
Modèle118700
  
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Dimensions du produit (L x l x h)12,4 x 7,6 x 12,7 cm
Moyenne des commentaires client 5.0 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
Numéro du modèle de l'article118700
ASINB00006G33J
Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon 580.340 en High-tech (Voir les 100 premiers)
Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr28 juillet 2010
  
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Grâce à leur compacité et leur design unique, les séries PC I et PC I ZOOM sont les meilleurs compagnons de voyage. Les lentilles multicouches garantissent une vision très claire de votre environnement.


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Jumelles vraiment petite, elle tienne dans les poche de mon blouson, idéale pour les ballades ou le treking.
Elle sont simple à réglée, sont livrée avec la notice qui est très explicite. La qualitée et la clartée sont excellent, les images super nette. Franchement je ne regrette en rien mon achat et conseille même ces jumelles à qui cherche une paire de jumelles de poche.
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Très bon produit. Léger. Facile à régler. Très bonne qualité des optiques. Pour l'observation astronomique je craignais un manque de luminosité à cause du petit diamètre, mais ces jumelles m'ont permis de voir les satellites galiléen de Jupiter.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 A Comparative Analysis of Leading Binoculars 15 septembre 2012
Par Sam Vimes - Publié sur Amazon.com
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After years of suffering with dark, weak, wobbly binoculars (thank you, Magnacraft), I found myself needing two types: the best quality I could find (1) at any weight but under $250 for use within a drive of home (home binocs), and (2) under 10 oz, easy to travel with in tour groups, simple for impatient family members, and ideal for night concerts and day baseball games (travel binocs).

After studying reviews and comments thoroughly, I concluded there are brilliant experts commenting regularly on Amazon - much more insightful than the professional reviewers who focus on expensive, heavy devices purchased by others of their ilk. From my fellow consumers' insights, I purchased 11 binoculars with at least 70% five-star ratings that fit my general specifications for home or travel.

GENERAL CONCLUSIONS. After exhaustive examination - reading a DVD box at 46 feet, finding individual cattle from a moving minivan, and watching stars and planets in my backyard - I concluded the essential attributes for binoculars across categories are:

(A) Plenty of Light brought to your eye. Light is determined by the diameter of the light-gathering lens divided by the magnification. In other words, an 8x42 pair has a ratio of 5.25 and produces LOTS of light, while a 10x21 pair has a ratio of 2.1 and always appear dark. Conclusion: About 3.0 is adequate and the best available for compact binoculars.

(B) Good Stability of View. View stability depends on (i) the degrees of field of vision (can you find what you are looking for), (ii) the depth of visibility (do you have to refocus for every few feet of depth), and (iii) wobble (which is itself determined by (i) and (ii)). Conclusion: field of vision is rarely as broad as advertised, depth of visibility depends on the lens quality and you just have to check it out, and any binoc with a magnification of 10 or higher proved to have poor stability of view without a tripod, at least for me. There is a big difference between 8x and 10x, particularly below a 42 lens diameter.

SPECIFIC CONCLUSIONS. (Home Binoculars) The best Home Binoc was the Nikon Monarch ATM 8x42, and it outperformed all other 10 by a wide margin. I could read a DVD box at 46 feet, keep a broad and stable view to find the cow with three white spots while bouncing in a minivan, and find and watch Mars. At 24 oz, it's too big for constant lugging, but oh what a treat. At $230, it was comparable in price to the Vixen 14502 Foresta 8x42 and the Bushnell Ultra HD 8x42, but it performed noticeably better, particularly on view stability. Several cheaper, heavy models under $100 had cloudy lens.

(Travel Binoculars) The Pentax 8x25 UCF XII and the Olympus 8x25 PCI were best in class, although the Pentax had less wobble, more clarity while the Olympus provided more light and more accurate color tones, but a smaller field of vision. (Forget finding the cow, but if you found it, you could count its ear hairs at dusk). Both were 10 oz, and about $65; the Pentax, which gets slightly better overall reviews, is larger but felt better in my hand. Small hands, viewing at dusk, standing still = Olympus. Larger hands, viewing in daylight, on a bus = Pentax. Lastly, the itty bitty Olympus 7x21 PC III at 7 oz in metallic blue is adorable and $24 (refurbished), with fantastic clarity and ease of use, but a very narrow field of vision, despite its 7.5% claim.

So what did we do? I decided to travel with the heavy Nikon Monarch, but kept the Pentax 8x25 in reserve. Different members of my family preferred the Pentax 8x25, the Olympus 8x25, and the Olympus 7x21, each predictably on the basis of the decision maker's age, size, and goals. None showed any interest in the other six binocs.

As a final note, Beware of imperfection and non-Amazon sellers. Two of the 11 binocs arrived with lens imperfections. The heavy Bushnell Falcon (7x36) at $30 had a cloudy lens, and Amazon accepted the return promptly. The lightweight but expensive Nikon Travelite 10x25, already with little light and a small field of vision, had a defective lens, making it darker. The vendor wanted me to pay shipping in both directions plus a restocking fee to return the defective item.

Good luck with your decision. I hope my odyssey was helpful to you.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 solid optics, excellent eye relief 15 mai 2011
Par Comp Expert - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I needed a compact field binocular for investigative purposes. I take this in my car to go check up on distant objects, hence I required something compact but not too expensive in case it gets ripped off. I also required something that has good eye relief because I don't want to take my glasses off (this includes sun glasses) each time I peer through. In case you're not familiar with binocular design, eye relief specs are extremely important because poor eye relief will leave you seeing almost nothing so you'll be forced to take off your glasses. Well, the eye relief is "very good". Could be a notch higher into "excellent" but you'll end up paying much more $ if you want that. Overall optics are excellent. I love these things, and like I mentioned these aren't too expensive so no need to have a heart attack in case they get lost/stolen.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 i was surprised that these were not full sized binoculars ... 12 décembre 2016
Par Biff44 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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i was surprised that these were not full sized binoculars. They are about 60% of full size. That was not obvious from the picture or the description. So look at the product dimensions carefully to make sure you are not surprised also
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Outstanding build quality and glass on a very small budget! 7 janvier 2014
Par Derek - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I will go ahead and say it. I am a bit of an optics snob. In saying this, I don't mean that only the highest-priced brands will get my money. This isn't the case at all, because I can't afford most of them. What I mean is that I will not settle for poor optical quality, and I don't want to pay any more than I have to to get a good view from an optic. I have learned a lot about glass and coatings from spending many years as a target shooter. I own dozens of scopes from various makers and at various price points. Much later, I started collecting binoculars and monoculars. I have very pricey and large 10x50 binoculars down to a tiny brunton echo 7x18 monocular, and many optics in between.

I have found that almost every time I go to grab a pair of binoculars, the Olympus Tracker is the one I end up with. They offer a wonderful balance of magnification, field of view, color rendering, flare control, brightness, and resolution. They are quite small. Not as small as my Carson 7x18's, but they absolutely blow the Carson's away in every possible way besides size and weight. I find myself going with the Trackers even when backpacking, where size and weight are a major consideration. I just can't give up the optical quality of the Trackers for a few ounces of weight savings.

The resolving power of the Trackers is right up there with my Bushnell 10x50's, though the image is neither as bright nor as highly magnified. However, the Bushnells are so much larger, heavier, and more expensive, that it is a bit of an unfair comparison. Surprisingly, the Trackers still hold their own against most of my larger and costlier optics.

The body is stylish (not that I really care) and durable. The lenses are well protected, and the twist-up eyecups lock in place very solidly. The right eye adjustment is a separate ring that is well-recessed so it is rare to have to adjust the focus on that eye even with rough use. That is a major plus for me, as I don't want to have to fiddle with my binos for a bit to get a good view. I just want to pull them out and see what I'm looking for. The interpupillary adjustment hinge is also fairly stiff and rigid, which is very nice, as it fits into the case already adjusted for the width of my eyes, and does not move out of adjustment without reasonable effort.

For the user who just wants to buy one pair of binos that will do almost every task well, and needs to do it on a budget these are a perfect choice. The only uses I would not recommend these for are for use in heavy rains, as they are not waterproof, and for stargazing, because they just don't offer enough magnification (to me anyway) for this use. But for someone who needs a compact and affordable optic with very good performance, this is a must buy.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great for our Alaskan Adventure! 7 avril 2011
Par Tropigal - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This was purchased for a cruise to Alaska last summer. I wanted a compact binocular that had a decent wide angle and focal length for it's size and choose this one after much research here and several sites that specialize in binoculars. This one fit the bill for our family because not only did this have everything mentioned above, but it has a decent price and my mother who wheres eyeglasses would also be able to use it. I never knew that many binoculars would not accommodate eyeglass wearers until I did all the research! This binocular was well used in viewing all the splendor of Alaska!
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