The Bushnell Legend Ultra HD Spotting Scope is a mid-size model covering the popular 15-45x power range.
Bushnell 15-45x60mm Legend Ultra HD Spotting Scope with ED Prime Glass is mid-size model covering the popular 15-45x power range, with the clarity of ED glass and dual speed controls for fast and precise focusing. This Bushnell spotting scope has everything you've ever wanted in a spotting scope. Well, almost everything. Getting a B&C elk or rare bird species in it is your job. But Bushnell make the task as easy as possible with bright, razor-sharp imagery and a new, compact 100% waterproof design that excels in the most unforgiving conditions. Built on the same philosophy as Bushnell's new Legend Ultra HD binoculars, the Legend Ultra-HD spotting scope by Bushnell delivers exceptional field performance at a price most avid enthusiasts can afford.
The ED Prime Extra-Low Dispersion glass, fully multicoated optics and premium BaK-4 prisms capture the moment with vivid clarity and contrast, even in low-light conditions. Stacked, dual-focus controls permit you to make both rapid and fine-tuning adjustments. Lenses are protected by Bushnell new ultra effective RainGuard HD for the clearest possible view in the face of foul weather or condensation from your own misguided breath.
RainGuard HD - without it, you're not ready. A wet lens or a misguided breath that would fog conventional glass will never cost you a view. This permanent, water-repellent coating causes moisture from rain, snow, sleet or condensation to bead up and scatter less light, so you get a clear, bright view when other optics would be rendered useless.
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