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Fujinon Polaris 7x50 FMTRC-SX w/Compass (Mil Spec)

SKU 7107516      CID 14419

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The Fujinon 7x50 Polaris is the ultimate marine binocular boasting a built-in compass & reticle, long eye relief, and a 100% waterproof / fogproof body with a comfortable strap for marine use. Fujinon applies special anti-reflection lens coatings to achieve outstanding light transmission for the sharpest detail at a distance. Rubber armoring makes for a robust, shock-proof body while Fujinon covers the Polaris with a limited lifetime warranty.
Power X Obj. Dia.: 7x50
Magnification: 7
Field of View: 328 ft. at 1000 yds.
Exit Pupil: 7.1 mm
Eye Relief: 23 mm
Dimensions: 8.5 x 7.8 in.
Close Focus: 16.5 ft.
Product Weight (oz): 52.9 oz.
Waterproofing Waterproof/Nitrogen Purged
Prism Material BaK-4
Lens Coatings Fully Multi-coated
Armoring Rubber
Eye Cups Rubber Fold-down
Design Type Porro Prism

Included In The Box

  • Case
  • Strap
  • Rainguard
  • Objective Lens Covers
Please call our sales department 877.674.2473 for details.
Customer Reviews

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Rating: 5.0


Great Marine Binocular
5.0 stars
By William
(Shaker Heights, OH)
I just got a pair of the Fujinon 7x50 FMTRC-SX. I still have a pair of Steiner Navigator Pros, so I can do some glass-to-glass comparison. I ordered the Fujis because the Steiner's seemed to have excessive glare and halo when observing at night with a very bright light in the field of view. The glare seemed very excessive and I had been told that the Fujis would be better. Just checked tonight for the halo/glare when a bright light is in the field of view, no comparison! The Fujis are nearly completely free of any glare or halo. The Steiners have a great deal of glare and halo. Also when looking at barely lite shadows, the Fujis have noticeably better detail, are significantly brighter, and have better contrast. Fujis 'flat field' optics really do seem to be effective. When I move back and forth between both pair of binoculars, it is obvious that the Fujis are sharper edge-to-edge. Given that the Fujis are approximately the same price as the Navigator Pros, these points alone make the Fujis a great value. The ocular on the Fujis are quite a bit bigger in diameter than the Navigator Pros. It seems like that will make it easier to use at night. Easier to find the image, especially when there's a big seaway moving things around. I like the ergonomics of the Fujis better than the Steiners. Gripping around each barrel is much easier and more solid. The Steiner's are flat across the top and don't allow for as firm a grip. The Steiners also have a much bigger compass body and that gets in the way of holding them firmly. The only thing that I like better about the Steiners (for years I had always thought that Steiner was the only real marine bino to own, but I could never afford them previously) is the compass. It seems to have better damping than the Fujis. The Fuji really jumps around a lot and I can only imagine that it will be much worse in a seaway. That could be a real negative. Plus, the compass on the Fuji is on the left ocular (rather than the right like the Steiners). Since I'm right-eye dominate, it is easier to the see the compass on the Steiners. The Fujis also don't have a built in light. I'm going to have to buy the optional external illuminator (seems like an odd thing to make an option, especially since these are designed for mariners and getting a compass reading at night is very important). Well, I guess there is nothing that's perfect (unless I spent the additional money on the Steiner Commanders, which are supposed to be optically more like the Fujis). Which I don't think I'll do, It's an extra four to five hundred for the Commanders, even when I add the optional illuminator for the Fujis.

Great Marine Binocular
5.0 stars
By Bill

I just got a pair of the Fujinon 7x50 FMTRC-SX. I still have a pair of Steiner Navigator Pros, so I can do some glass-to-glass comparison. I ordered the Fujis because the Steiner's seemed to have excessive glare and halo when observing at night with a very bright light in the field of view. The glare seemed very excessive and I had been told that the Fujis would be better. Just checked tonight for the halo/glare when a bright light is in the field of view, no comparison! The Fujis are nearly completely free of any glare or halo. The Steiners have a great deal of glare and halo. Also when looking at barely lite shadows, the Fujis have noticeably better detail, are significantly brighter, and have better contrast. Fujis 'flat field' optics really do seem to be effective. When I move back and forth between both pair of binoculars, it is obvious that the Fujis are sharper edge-to-edge. Given that the Fujis are approximately the same price as the Navigator Pros, these points alone make the Fujis a great value. The ocular on the Fujis are quite a bit bigger in diameter than the Navigator Pros. It seems like that will make it easier to use at night. Easier to find the image, especially when there's a big seaway moving things around. I like the ergonomics of the Fujis better than the Steiners. Gripping around each barrel is much easier and more solid. The Steiner's are flat across the top and don't allow for as firm a grip. The Steiners also have a much bigger compass body and that gets in the way of holding them firmly. The only thing that I like better about the Steiners (for years I had always thought that Steiner was the only real marine bino to own, but I could never afford them previously) is the compass. It seems to have better damping than the Fujis. The Fuji really jumps around a lot and I can only imagine that it will be much worse in a seaway. That could be a real negative. Plus, the compass on the Fuji is on the left ocular (rather than the right like the Steiners). Since I'm right-eye dominate, it is easier to the see the compass on the Steiners. The Fujis also don't have a built in light. I'm going to have to buy the optional external illuminator (seems like an odd thing to make an option, especially since these are designed for mariners and getting a compass reading at night is very important). Well, I guess there is nothing that's perfect (unless I spent the additional money on the Steiner Commanders, which are supposed to be optically more like the Fujis). Which I don't think I'll do, It's an extra four to five hundred for the Commanders, even when I add the optional illuminator for the Fujis.

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