Ricoh Debuts Four Pentax Jupiter Porro-Prism Binoculars

Ricoh Debuts Four Pentax Jupiter Porro-Prism Binoculars

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Parsippany, NJ—Ricoh Imaging Americas Corporation introduced four Pentax Jupiter porro-prism binoculars. The four models in the new series feature large-aperture objective lenses. Consequently, they ensure a bright, clear field of vision—even in low light, such as outdoors at dusk, at night or at indoor events.

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Pentax Jupiter 10×50

With a choice of magnifications ranging from 8x to 16x, Ricoh says users can find a Pentax Jupiter model that suits their intended applications, whether it’s wildlife viewing, astronomical observation or a basketball game.

Pentax Jupiter Porro-Prism Binoculars

Pentax designed the binoculars for comfortable viewing, even for first-time binocular users. The series includes models with magnifications of 8×40, 10×50, 12×50 as well as 16×50.

Each model incorporates a large objective lens with an aperture of more than 40mm. As a result, the binoculars provide enhanced light-gathering power to assure a high-contrast image of the subject. Pentax-Jupiter-porro-prism-Binoculars-lifestyle

Moreover, the company treated the optical element with a multi-coating process to minimize unwanted reflection of light. This also helps deliver a well-defined subject image, free of flare and ghost images.

In addition, the binoculars are simple to use with an easy-to-access focus ring. Also, an exterior rubber coating also helps to ensure a secure grip on the body as well as minimizes the possibility of slippage.

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Pentax Jupiter 16×50

What’s more, all Pentax Jupiter series binoculars are compatible with the optional and TP-3 tripod adapter for use with a tripod. The binoculars also have an average weight of under 30 ounces.

The Pentax Jupiter series binoculars will ship in April 2022. Included accessories are a case, neck strap, eyepiece lens cap and objective lens cap. The binoculars will have the following manufacturer’s suggested retail pricing: Jupiter 8×40, $89; Jupiter 10×50, $99; Jupiter 12×50, $109; and Jupiter 16×50, $119.  

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