POLISHED JAPANESE BATTLE SHIP BINOCULARS 20 X 120
A big and very powerful pair of Japanese naval binoculars made by Nikon in the 1938-1940 period.
An elegant and stylish piece for display in study or library, and very suitable for taking with you aboard your yacht.
This super pair of binoculars is without doubt one of the finest I have ever seen.
This sleek and precise instrument was once mounted on a Japanese battleship.
Newly built-up on matching restored stand of polished aluminum.
Optical quality is excellent: perfectly clear presentation, nice sharp vistas.
The super large three-part Cook object lenses of 120 mm. across make for a marvelous panoramic image.
The binoculars can also be used for various astronomical ends.
Enlargement factor x 20
Diameter front lenses 120 millimetres
Viewing angle 70 º
Vision 3 º
Prism type: Porro prisma 2 design
Object: Cook three-part object lens
Body of polished aluminium and steel
Individually adjustable per eye
Rotating prism house for reciprocal eye distance
Violet coated lenses
Weight including stand 30 kg
Width 49 cm (19.2 inches)
Length binoculars 80 cm (31.5 inches)