Brunton EPOCH Full and Compact Binoculars

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posted on November 9, 2011
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Brunton, a premiere leader in optics, portable power, navigation, instruments, lighting and gear announces their EPOCH Full Sized and Compact Binoculars.

Judging a trophy rack at 500 yards, at dusk, after days of pursuit – that's about as hard as it gets! That fact isn't found in a lab or by making crystal collectibles, it's earned on the mountain as the light fades and the bull gets nervous. Right then, an old world brand means squat…what counts is a partner at your side, sharpening your focus, sharing your success, backing you up for life, that's when you see Brunton is with you and the others are half a world away.

The EPOCH is designed for some serious glassing, with exceptional clarity, detail, brightness, true color, and amazing depth of field. With excellent shock, water, and fog resistance that ensures your hunt will not be compromised. The rubber armored and magnesium frame is rugged for outdoor adventures as it is practically indestructible. The Variable Speed Focus System obsoletes standard focus systems, acquiring your target from 6 feet and beyond with minimal wheel turn and permitting precision close-focus and is also faster from 30 feet to infinity allowing the sportsman to capture distant targets fast, or dial in nearby details. The Brunton EPOCH Binocular is equipped with eyecups, which is Brunton's patented eye relief system adjusts in tiers, then locks to hold the position that suits you, with or without glasses. The ocular lens produces a wider range of view. The Prism design features SF glass, AL-HR reflective coatings and five solid roof prism set screws that optimize light, color and the best clarity for the brightest, sharpest picture possible.

The EPOCH Binoculars are offered in both the full size and compact versions. The Compact has the same performance as the full size but is a nimble, pocket-sized unit. The Compact is sleek and ergonomic for comfortable usability over long hours and is lightweight enough to fit into a pack or pocket. It is optically unmatched by any other compact brand.

EPOCH FULL SIZE BINOCULAR FEATURES
•Variable speed focus system
•Locking multi-step eye relief
•Magnesium alloy frame
•SF prism glass
•Locking diopter adjustment
•Waterproof
•Nitrogen filled/fogproof
•Tripod compatible
•Limited lifetime warranty
•Power: 8.5X, 10.5X
•Objective diameter: 43mm
•Eye relief: 20mm, 19.5mm, 17mm
•Exit pupil: 5.7mm, 5.1mm, 4.1mm
•Field of view: 340ft, 370ft @ 1,000 yds
•Prism material: SF
•Phase coated
•Prism coating: AL-HR
•Lens coating: flat-light
•Eye cup type: multi-step
•Weight: 25oz, 25oz, 26oz
•MSRP: $1,395

EPOCH COMPACT BINOCULAR FEATURES
•Variable speed focus system
•Locking multi-step eye relief
•Magnesium alloy frame
•SF prism glass
•Locking diopter adjustment
•Waterproof
•Nitrogen filled/fogproof
•Limited lifetime warranty
•Power: 8X, 10X
•Objective diameter: 21mm, 25mm
•Eye relief: 15mm
•Exit pupil: 2.6mm, 2.5mm
•Field of view: 393ft, 314ft @ 1,000 yds
•Phase coated
•Prism coating: AL-HR
•Lens coating: flat-light
•Eye cup type: multi-step
•Weight: 13oz, 13.5oz
•Close focus: 6 ft
•Opti visors
•MSRP: $960

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