Nikon Prostaff 7S 8x30

Version: 8 - 30 mm
Maximum magnification factor
Lens diameter
164,99
Less than 4 in stock, order now
164,99
Less than 4 in stock, order now

Product information

Pros and cons

According to our verrekijker expert
  • Pros:
    With a eye distance of 15.4 mm, the viewer is suitable for eyeglass wearers.
  • Pros:
    The rubber coating offers grip and keeps moisture and dirt.
  • Pros:
    View high-contrast and clear images of nature thanks to the coatings.
  • Con:
    Complete multicoatings provide a more detailed image than regular multicoatings.
  • Con:
    A tripod adapater is required to attach it to a tripod.
  • Con:
    This binoculars' lens caps are sold separately.
Product Expert verrekijkers

The Nikon Prostaff 7S 8x30 is a binocular for the nature lover. Consider the forests in a large angle of view of 6.5 degrees and bring special birds well into view with 8x magnification. Through the multilayer and phase coatings you can view the flora and fauna in sharp detail. The viewer is watertight to a depth of one meter and remains free of condensation. So you can also go out in the rain.


Included by default

  • Carrying bag
  • Carrying strap
  • Lens caps
  • Ocular covers

Included by default

  • Carrying bag
  • Carrying strap
  • Lens caps
  • Ocular covers

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Nikon Prostaff 7S 8x30
Nikon Prostaff 7S 8x30
Included accessories
Carrying strap
Carrying strap
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Rating

Rating per section

Optical quality
Review score 5 out of 5 stars
10
Design
Review score 5 out of 5 stars
10
General
Review score 5 out of 5 stars
10
Grip
Review score 5 out of 5 stars
10

Most helpful reviews

Most helpful reviews

Review score 5 out of 5 stars
5 / 5 stars
10/10
"Happy customer"

A Van Laren | 16 April 2020 | In the version: 8 | 42 mm

  • Pros:
    Lives up to all expectations
  • Pros:
    Clear vision
  • Pros:
    Light
  • Pros:
    Affordable
  • Pros:
    Works well with my glasses
  • Con:
    Front lens caps fall off easily when taking binoculars out of case

Finally happy to own a pair of good birdwatching binoculars