Reviews and Problems with Nikon Monarch 7 8x42/ 10x42
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Nikon Monarch 7 8x42
5 August 2013
Conclusion: The Nikon company has lately swamped us with new roof prism binoculars. After launching the top-of-the-range EDG series they added Sporter EX, Prostaff 5, Prostaff 7, Monarch 5 and Monarch 7 as well. We were especially interested in the last instrument because, theoretically, it features everything a good, modern device should have. You get a nicely-designed casing, moderately heavy and fully waterproof. The parameters are interesting as well.
Pros: handy casing,, huge field of view,, good transmission,, well-corrected chromatic aberration,, moderate astigmatism,, sensibly corrected distortion,, good whiteness rendering,, high quality of prisms and coatings,, clean and black inside the tubes.
Cons: too high coma,, the casing made a bit carelessly,, slightly egg-shaped exit pupils.