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New Nikon 10x25 IS binoculars available on eBay! (1 Viewer)

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The New Nikon 10x25 IS binoculars are available on eBay now from a reliable Japanese seller in all three colors. I will write a short review when I get my red ones. With an 80% reduction in vibration with the IS system and only a 15 feet smaller FOV these could be some competition for the Zeiss Victory 10x25. The IS system should really be beneficial on a smaller glass like this Nikon. I think they are Nikon a LX 10x25 with an IS system, so they should be very good optically.

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Green
https://www.ebay.com/itm/303702428564

Blue
https://www.ebay.com/itm/124349503514

Red
https://www.ebay.com/itm/303702432184

The current price is $ 771.94.
 
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Stanbo

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The New Nikon 10x25 IS binoculars are available on eBay now from a reliable Japanese seller in all three colors. I will write a short review when I get my red ones. With an 80% reduction in vibration with the IS system and only a 15 feet smaller FOV these could be some competition for the Zeiss Victory 10x25. The IS system should really be beneficial on a smaller glass like this Nikon. I think they are Nikon a LX 10x25 with an IS system, so they should be very good optically.

New message from: nyankichi2009 Top Rated Seller(13,244YellowShooting Star)


Green
https://www.ebay.com/itm/303702428564

Blue
https://www.ebay.com/itm/124349503514

Red
https://www.ebay.com/itm/303702432184

The current price is $ 771.94.

What makes you think they are Nikon LX 10x25 with an IS system.

Stan
 

Super Dave

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Cool. Looking forward to your review. Do you know where they are made?

Are you still enjoying the Fujinon
 

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Cool. Looking forward to your review. Do you know where they are made?

Are you still enjoying the Fujinon
The 12x and 16x Fujinon Techno-Stabi binoculars just had too small of a FOV for me after using them for a while plus their stabilization system proved to be kind of flaky. I think I will like this new Nikon better because of it's much bigger FOV of 5.6 degrees which is even bigger than the Nikon LX 10x25 which is 5.4 degrees and hopefully it will have a better stabilization system. The manual is in Japanese, so I would assume Japan. The Nikon StabilEyes are very good so we will see.
 
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