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Celestron Oceana 8x42 - Catalejo (8 x 42), negro

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  • El monocular náutico Celestron Oceana 8x42 incorpora una brújula para estimación del rumbo. Presenta recubrimiento fully multi-coated en su óptica para proporcionar una imagen de máxima resolución y contraste. El monocular náutico Ceslestron Oceana 8x42 está dotado de una retícula que permite estimar distancias. Viene recubierto en goma para asegurar una buena protección y agarre.
  • Apertura: 42mm
  • Producto: Monocular Celestron Oceana 8x42 con brújula - 71212
  • Peso: 340g
  • Distancia de enfoque (mínima): 13m

Detalles del producto

Nombre de estilo: Oceana 8 x 42 Monocular
  • Dimensiones del producto: 12,7 x 7,6 x 20,3 cm ; 907 g
  • Número de modelo del producto: 71212
  • ASIN: B004KLRMII
  • Producto en Amazon.es desde: 29 de agosto de 2011
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 3.5 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 2 opiniones de clientes
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Nombre de estilo:Oceana 8 x 42 Monocular

El monocular náutico Celestron Oceana 8x42 incorpora una brújula para estimación del rumbo. Presenta recubrimiento fully multi-coated en su óptica para proporcionar una imagen de máxima resolución y contraste.
El monocular náutico Ceslestron Oceana 8x42 está dotado de una retícula que permite estimar distancias. Viene recubierto en goma para asegurar una buena protección y agarre.
El monocular náutico Celestron Oceana 8x42 es resitente al agua (waterproof) y al empañamiento (fogproof).

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Estilo: Oceana 8 x 42 Monocular Compra verificada
El caso es que tengo bastante descompensada la visión de los 2 ojos y quería probar un catalejo para no tener que ajustar uno de los 2 visores del prismático. Mala experiencia. De hecho lo he devuelto. Yo creo que estaba usado y descompensado por el manazas que hubiera utilizado anteriormente, si no, no me explico la baja calidad de este producto.
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Estilo: Oceana 8 x 42 Monocular
De lo mejor, claridad de visión, facilidad de manejo, gran alcance. La relación calidad/precio es formidable. Muy recomendable. La calidad del producto muy buena.
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Amazon.com: 3.2 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 23 opiniones
18 de 18 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good quality for the price 1 de noviembre de 2011
Por OldSchool - Publicado en Amazon.com
Estilo: Oceana 8 x 42 Monocular Compra verificada
I am very pleased with this monocular. I am surprised at the quality for the price.
11.5 oz, lighter than my old Bausch & Lomb 10x28 binoculars (14 oz).
10x42: decent magnification and enough light-gathering for almost any time of day.
Waterproof. 5.75" long, 2.25" diameter, max height 2.5".
The viewfinder includes a compass direction display, and a superimposed reticule for range/height readings.
That means you can use it on the golf course to measure distance to the flag.
I use it hiking, birding, just being nosy.
I carried it to France this summer and used it to get up close to the cathedral facades.
It doesn't cost hundreds of dollars, so I will use it instead of over-protecting it.
Feels solid in the hand. Irresistible for any tool-geek on your list.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A very nice unit but with inconsistent quality. 28 de julio de 2016
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en Amazon.com
Estilo: Oceana 8 x 42 Monocular Compra verificada
Lots of positives with this monocular but with one major flaw. We purchased two and found that on one of the units the compass was off by about 30 degrees. This is a major problem as the whole point of buying an optical unit with a compass is to use the compass.

Both my son and I bought one of these to set up observation points for tracking high power rocket launches. With two points at a known GPS location and a compass bearing from each location one can calculate the coordinates of a third point. In this case it was to be the location of a rocket coming down on a parachute in the middle of a bunch of sagebrush. These flights can be as high as 20,000 feet and are often recovered more than a mile away. Narrowing the search range down as much as possible is a great help.

But, with one of the compass headings in the monocular off by about 30 degrees our attempts were useless. Unfortunately, we did not discover this discrepancy until the end of the first day of tracking. We finally calibrated against two known reliable compasses to find this problem.

Otherwise the unit is pretty good. It came with a case (belt loop and open at the bottom), neck strap and attached covers for the front and rear lenses. The eyepiece does fold down to make it easier to use with glasses. The graded scale in the viewfinder can be very useful for distance calculations (read the examples in the manual) and we used it a bit. Seeing the compass requires shifting your eye up a bit on the eyepiece but acceptable.

A tripod mount on the bottom would be nice in the next version, as would better quality control on the compass and overall.

We'll be keeping one of these and returning the other. We were very surprised to see the compass discrepancy as Celestron is a well known name for quality optics.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A little bulky, but solid piece with a good image at a modest price 7 de mayo de 2013
Por Andrew - Publicado en Amazon.com
Estilo: Oceana 8 x 42 Monocular Compra verificada
I bought this to replace a basic Tasco unit that got lost during the last move. I was happy with the little tasco as I was using it as a lightweight alternative to binoculars for hiking and quick spotting. Compared to my old tasco, this unit is a monster, which comes with mostly good and a little bad.
The bad obviously is its physical size. In its case it's roughly 3"x3"x6" which is not subtle on a belt or backpack strap. As for the weight, while noticeably heavier than my previous unit, I don't find it to be excessive, and actually found that it felt lighter than I expected, without feeling cheap. Speaking of cheap, the lanyard that comes with the unit is a little flimsy, and the fact that it's what holds the viewing objective cover on is a little anoying, as it has a tendancy, as another review pointed out, to tug at the cap, and sometimes dislodge it. Also, there is a slotted piece that protrudes slightly that looks like it was for a hand strap, which would have been nice, but was likely scrapped in production to cut costs. The case itself is nothing special, soft lightly padded nylon that functions mostly as a holder rather than a method of protection, which is about what I expected in this price range.
The other side of this coin is that because of the large objective lens, low light and night time viewing are substantially better on this model. Additionally the viewing angle is much larger which makes it easier to find and track objects. Furthermore, I didn't notice any significant distortion at the edges, something I was aware of on the tasco.
As for the range finding reticule, I could take it or leave it. I don't find that it interferes with my view, but I also haven't really used it other than for the novelty of it. I do like the compass, and while I would always carry a proper compass with me on a trip, it's nice to be able to determine the direction quickly while enjoying the view. Another buyer indicated that they didn't like that the compass took up the bottom 25-30% of the view, but had I not read that review, I wouldn't have even processed that I was "losing" a portion of the image. Even with that loss, the viewing area is still much larger than what I was used to.
Lastly it is water and fog proof. Thankfully, I can't speak to the effectiveness of this, but others have said it's solid, and it was a selling point for me since my typical luck with weather isn't as good.
In sum, if the bulk isn't an issue, this is great unit, well built, versatile and easy to use and it will provide a great image. If the size is an issue, then you need to decide if you want to spend a lot more money or sacrifice on the image quality and versatility.
2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Focusing too stiff 18 de septiembre de 2015
Por Mr. Crinkle - Publicado en Amazon.com
Estilo: Oceana 8 x 42 Monocular Compra verificada
I had high hopes for this monocular. The image was decent, and the built-in compass seemed like it would be really handy. However, it suffered from a fatal flaw: the focus ring on it was very stiff. As a result, I had to use a fair amount of force to turn it, and then the image would jiggle around wildly when I would try to get things looking sharp. The stiffness also prevented "fine tuning" the focus - once I got it close to sharp, I could not nudge it just a little bit in either direction to see if I could get it to maximum sharpness.

Mine also included circular rubber flaps attached on both ends, to cover the lenses. Good idea, but the larger flap (over the objective lens) would never seat back in properly - it was just a bit too large to fit back into the groove provided for it.
1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Figured I'd go with the Celestron name thinking the quality control would be better.. 22 de noviembre de 2015
Por Richard Jura - Publicado en Amazon.com
Estilo: Oceana 8 x 42 Monocular Compra verificada
Well where should I start, first unlike your usual service delivery was excruciatingly slow. When considering this purchase I saw it offered at less than half the cost under different names. Figured I'd go with the Celestron name thinking the quality control would be better........wrong.
I could not focus the reticle and compass at the same time, it was one or the other. Plus it did not point north, off by 4 degrees and sometimes you'd have to slap it to get it to move.
Contacted Celestron and they were absolutely no help and seemed unconcerned.
I gave it to my neighbors kid who thinks it's just great, will probably be a loyal Celestron customer.


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