by SI Staff - Wednesday, February 8, 2012
The 80mm objective lens delivers a quality image in a wide range of light conditions, especially at higher magnifications. With its 45-degree angle, the eyepiece provides enhanced comfort and ease of use.
"We introduced the Rampage series in 2010 when we revived the Redfield brand," said Pat Mundy, communications manager for Leupold & Stevens, Inc. "The new 20-60x80mm model is a very affordable spotting scope that offers extreme magnification with the user-friendly benefits of an angled eyepiece." The 20-60x range allows for an optimum balance of magnification and linear field of view, which is 105 feet (at 20x) to 52 feet (at 60x) at 1,000 yards.
Other Rampage spotting scope features include fully multicoated lenses and a premium BAK4 prism for outstanding image brightness, resolution and edge clarity. A retractable lens shade helps reduce glare. The tough polycarbonate body reduces weight to 43 ounces, and is nitrogen filled to make the spotter waterproof and fog proof in all field conditions. A twist-up/down eyecup comfortably accommodates users with or without eyeglasses. The standard 1/4-20 threaded tripod adapter allows for easy installation on any standard tripod or window mount.
Measuring 15 inches in length, the spotting scope has an exit pupil of 4.0 mm - 1.33 mm, and a close focus distance of 14.3 feet.
The Rampage 20-60x80mm comes in a kit that includes a compact tripod, view-through soft case, neoprene neck strap, soft storage case, and eyepiece and objective lens covers.
Rampage spotting scopes are covered by the Redfield Limited Lifetime Warranty. For more information, go to www.redfield.com.
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