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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Binoculars > Classified #118762

For Sale: Fujinon 10 X 70's --SOLD, thx all

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Fujinon 10 x 70 FMT-SX Polaris binoculars. These are in mint condition; no dings or dents, no blemishes on glass surfaces. Tremendous light gathering power, and wonderful performers. Comes with rubber eyepiece cover, objective covers, padded Fujinon neck strap, black carrying case with strap, chamois cleaning cloth by Fujinion. FOV is 5 degree, 18 minutes. I am only selling because I liked them so much, that I bought the equivqlent pair of Fujinon 16 x 70's. I bought a used bino mount and figured I might just as well up the magnification. Anorcotes sells these for just under $600 (as they're the major Astromart sponsor, you should be able to confirm this, and read the full spec sheet. I doubt they'd mind if you ordered a new pair, while browsing, but I hope not).

Per Fuji's ad: "The F-SX Type is a high-grade series of flat image plane-type
binocular that encapsulates Fujinon technology. Making the image
plane flat enables observation of the marginal area of a visual field,
reproducis sharper, more true to life colors, and minimize distortions
and astigmatism."

Fuji 10x70's: $420 Plus $8 Shipping Note I can email additional digital pictures upon request.

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