Premium Binocular & Tripod Observation Kit
Premium Binocular & Tripod Observation Kit Comprising Opticron Oregon 15x70 Binoculars + Horizon 8115 Tripod Includes Free Large Optricron Metal Tripod Adapter Worth £10
Opticron Oregon Observation binoculars are excellent value for money and perfect for the first time or occasional user looking for a pair of large objective lens binoculars for long range terrestrial observation or stargazing. The light grasp of the 70mm Objectives makes them particularly good for observing large deep sky objects such as the Andromeda Galaxy.
The 70mm objectives and BAK 4 prism multi-coated optical system combine to deliver bright crisp images with good colour contrast, while long eyerelief eyepieces enable users to get the full field of view with or without glasses.
Using a slim-line ZCF body style protected in natural rubber armour, Opticron Oregon Binoculars are surprisingly easy to hand hold but can be attached quickly and easily to the Horizon tripod for stable viewing using the included tripod adapter.
Oregon Observation binoculars are supplied in a soft carry case complete with 5 year guarantee.
Price £ inc. VAT
Horizon 8115 Tripod
The Horizon 8115 Tripod is a robustly constructed model that combines excellent stability, with precise control, and is ideal for a wide variety of imaging equipment. Comfortably manages all Spotting Scopes and Observation Binoculars of up to 100mm Diameter. Can be used effectively indoors, or in the field. Recommended for Serious Nature Observing, Astronomical Observing and Video applications.
Horizon 8115 tripod specifications
- Maximum Height (fully extended): 180cm
- Minimum Height (retracted): 78cm
- Quick-Adjust Vertical Tension
- Geared 31cm Centre Column with Lock & Brace
- 360° Panning, -90° to +60° Vertical Adjustment
- 3-Section Heavy-Duty Tubular Aluminium Legs
- Bubble-Level for Accurate Levelling
- Heavy-Duty Twist-Type Leg-Locks with Rubber Grips
- Self-Levelling Rubber Feet with Screw-out Metal Spikes
- Weight 3.58kg
“Extends to an impressive height…The tripod remains stable even when extended, due to a bracket that locked the legs into place…We especially liked the way in which the adaptor plate was fitted into the mount, which is held in place by a sprung locking mechanism. Telescopes are expensive, so it’s worth making sure they are securely attached.”
BBC Sky At Night Magazine Review of Horizon 8115 Tripod