Spotting Scopes with Objective Lens Diameter up to 60 mm
This range includes practical and reliable spotting scopes with objective lens diameter less than 60 mm. That means that these scopes are compact and lightweight and a perfect tool for adventurous tourists and keen naturalists.
Magnification: 12x. Objective lens diameter: 30mm
An angled eyepiece. Magnification: 10x. Objective lens diameter: 60 mm
Spotting scope with a built-in digital camera and remote control
An angled eyepiece. Magnification: 15-45x. Objective lens diameter: 50 mm
Compact size, high convenience. Magnification: 15–45x. Objective lens diameter: 50 mm
Magnification: 15–45x. Objective lens diameter: 50mm
Built-in digital camera. Can be connected to a computer, smartphone, or tablet
Magnification: 13–40x. Objective lens diameter: 50 mm
An angled eyepiece. Magnification: 7x. Objective lens diameter: 50 mm
An angled eyepiece. Magnification: 8–24x. Objective lens diameter: 50mm
An angled eyepiece. Magnification: 9–27x. Objective lens diameter: 56mm
Extra-low dispersion optics. An angled eyepiece. Magnification: 8–24x. Objective lens diameter: 50mm
Extra-low dispersion optics. An angled eyepiece. Magnification: 9–27x. Objective lens diameter: 56mm
Superb quality in compact body. Magnification: 12–36x. Objective lens diameter: 50 mm
Quality and reliability. Magnification: 20–60x. Objective lens diameter: 60 mm
Compact and lightweight spotting scopes in Levenhuk online store
Let's start with the basics. The objective lens diameter (aperture) is one of the main characteristics you should focus on when choosing a spotting scope. This value represents the light-gathering power of an instrument. The larger the objective, the brighter and clearer the view will be. Sound good, right? But you definitely should not be chasing large aperture spotting scopes just because they are “cooler” and provide more capabilities. Small aperture spotting scopes are made for a good reason. Their smaller objective lenses allow these spotting scopes to be more compact and weigh less than spotting scopes with medium and large objective lens sizes. A large spotting scope can become burdensome on long walks and hikes (especially for those with neck or back problems). Small aperture scopes are compact enough to easily fit in your backpack, which is very convenient. You can take it with you wherever you are heading. Spotting scopes with objective lens diameters of less than 60 mm are great for naturalists, birdwatchers, travelers, kids and adults. Of course, if you require superb image quality, highly detailed views at distances, and professional-level photos of observed objects, then you need to consider more advanced instruments with large powerful objectives.
Levenhuk small aperture spotting scopes feature quality optics made of BK-7 glass. Such optics create clear, bright images with natural colors. Reliable construction allows you to use them in all weather conditions. Their waterproof shells protect them from any negative impact, whether rain, snow, or fog. All Levenhuk spotting scopes come with a very convenient case for storage and transportation. The kit also includes a metal table tripod. It ensures the instrument’s stability, which is especially important when observing at high magnifications.
One of these quality spotting scopes would be a wonderful gift for any young naturalist. Shop for spotting scopes with Levenhuk!