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The models of the 42 HD-Plus series are among the most compact binoculars available on the market in their class but their light-gathering power can compete with the larger 50 mm models.
Leica Ultravid 42 HD-Plus binoculars have a magnification factor of 10x. The 10x magnification shows fine details even at long distances without burdening you with too much weight.
The central hinge axis is machined from high-tensile titanium, while the body is manufactured from ultra-lightweight magnesium, so it make theses binoculars a perfect companion for long trips, hunting or fishing activities.
In addition, the model is waterproof. Equipped with the AquaDura coating, the lenses are reliably protected from water and dirt.
Leica 10×42 HD Plus binoculars offer incredibly detailed impressions, even over the farthest distances. Thanks to its highest contrast and very high light transmission, they are ideal for impressive views.
Exit pupil: 4.2 mm
Twilight factor: 20.5
Field of view at 1,000 m / Field of view at 1,000 yds: 112 m / 336 ft
Eye-relief: 16 mm
Objective angle of view: 6.4°
Eyepieces for eyeglass wearers: yes, removable, with two click stops
Watertightness: Watertight to a depth of 5 m/16.5 ft