If you are looking for a high performing binocular, we are always willing to help you get one. So check out this Nikon Aculon a30 10×25 binoculars review for a comprehensive and complete guide.
With a binocular, you can enjoy the endless expanses of nature and take a closer look at the ever-fascinating animal world. Anglers, hunters, referees, and archers are few among the numerous users of binoculars. These professionals use a binocular to view and observe important details.
Children often use binoculars for the fun of it and to explore their surroundings. The spectrum for the usefulness of binocular is therefore very wide. However, the range of products available on the market is equally as diverse. In order to give you a better comprehension of the world of binoculars, we have decided to write this review.
Nikon Aculon A30 10x25mm Binoculars Review
Features of Nikon Aculon A30 10×25
Operation and Functions:
It can be used during the day and at night when there is just sufficient residual light from the moon or lanterns. The eye distance is 56 millimeters on the minimum setting, while the maximum value is 72 millimeters. The pocket-type binoculars have been developed for intensive outdoor use.
The robust quality as well as the reliable functions offered by these binoculars makes it useful in many fields of application. The Eco-glass lenses can withstand high temperatures, and thanks to the lead and arsenic-free material, a clear and precise image transmission with high contrasts can be obtained. The optical system with multilayer-coated lenses is based on the latest technical innovations and creates a high resolution of very bright images.
Facts & Figures:
The Nikon Aculon A30 binoculars are compact and small binoculars that belong to the “pocket binoculars” category. Weighing just 272 grams, it is very light and comes in a dimension of 12.2cm x 11.5cm x 2.5 cm which enables the binoculars to actually fit into a jacket or even a trouser pocket.
The 10X magnification always provides very clear and sharp images, and the lenses allow for a wide field of view thanks to its diameter of 25 millimeters. The actual field of view is five degrees, and the apparent field of view is 47.2 degrees. Thus, the field of view is 1,000 meters, an equivalent of a kilometer. The light intensity of these binoculars is 6.
Delivery and packaging:
At a price of under a $100, Nikon binoculars are quite affordable for everyone. The pictures we found on the web convinced us to include the model in our test. So, we ordered the Nikon Aculon binoculars and received it two days later.
The packaging of the binoculars was optimal, and both the dealer and the manufacturer obviously did their best to ensure that the Nikon Aculon arrived safely to you. After you opened the package, you had a robust and solid binoculars in great shape on your hands.
The Nikon Aculon offers maximum comfort. The model can be conveniently handled which allows these binoculars to be used for much longer. Furthermore, the eyecups can be folded over so that you get a chance to use the binoculars even as a spectacle wearer. With the wide focusing wheel which moves easily, adjusting can be easily made to the settings.
The delivered package:
The unpacking went smoothly, so we were able to start with the test at once. What we noticed, however, was that no covers were included in the delivery. After a bit of investigation, we discovered that they had to be ordered as separate accessories. Keep reading below nikon aculon a30 10×25 binoculars review for more features and specifications.
The rubber armoring ensures that the binoculars are particularly shock and scratch resistant and can easily withstand a drop from a low height without significant damages.
However, there are no typical gum pimples that would further enhance the grip. Thanks to the rubber eyecups which allows a simple, fast and comfortable positioning of the eyes, looking through the lenses is very pleasant. In addition, easy focusing is enhanced by both lenses of the binoculars.
The handling and ergonomics of the Nikon Aculon binoculars are nicely designed. Even when used hurriedly, there are no pressure points on the nose. Neither fingers nor eyepieces are unnecessarily misaligned; the adjustment wheels are easily accessible with the middle finger on the top or the thumb on the bottom of the binocular.
The Nikon Aculon is a compact binocular which can be folded. The reasonable weight of 272 grams is especially important if you want to use it for a long period. The settings can be adjusted very easily. Operation with one hand is possible, as all the parts harmonize perfectly.
However, due to the low weight, some practice is necessary before a user is able to achieve very sharp pictures. Because it’s difficult to eliminate shakes during hands-free usage completely. It is therefore recommended that you practice for some time with binoculars before you use it for important and professional purposes.
In addition to the binoculars, the Nikon Aculon A30 also comes with a high-quality bag for storage and transport. It offers sufficient space to easily and quickly pack the binoculars, and can even be attached to a belt by means of a loop.
There is a carrying strap, which can be simply wrapped around the neck or the shoulder comfortably without being overly noticeable. Unfortunately, a second shorter hand strap which can be easily attached to the binoculars is not available. So, you have to put the binocular in a bag again rather than simply hang it on your wrist.
Nikon is one of the leading manufacturers of cameras and optical devices. This manufacturer has made a good name on the market and therefore prioritizes providing an excellent customer service.
As soon as you have questions about the device itself or about another device from Nikon, you can easily reach the customer service via their hotline or email. Competently and without detours, questions of all kinds are promptly answered.
Technical Specification of Nikon Aculon A30 Binoculars 10×25 Black
- Magnification: 10x
- Lens diameter: 25mm
- Weight: 272g
- Dimensions: 122x115x44mm
- Angular Field of View (Real): 5 °
- Angular Field of View (Apparent): 47.2 °
- FOV at 1000 yds: 262 ft
- Close Focus Distance: 8.2 ft
- Exit Pupil: 2.4 mm
- Eye Relief: 10.6 mm
- Light intensity: 6.3
- Prism: Roof
- Pocket-glass for intensive outdoor use.
- Optical high performance from Nikon for bright, clear viewing experience.
- Robust quality and reliable functions.
- Compact, lightweight, very small, and collapsible.
- Central Focusing System.
- Ergonomic Body Design.
- Smooth Central Focus Knob.
- Multicoated Eco-Glass Lenses.
- When looking through the lens, the eyeglasses let a lot of light.
Nikon Aculon A30 10X25 Binoculars Review – Watch The Video Below
Through our highly detailed test, we were able to get accurate details of the Nikon Aculon A30 10×25 binoculars. We were impressed by the compact design and the meticulous accuracy. The brightness that the Nikon Aculon binoculars offer is just as convincing. Nevertheless, we have to say that the device also recorded some negative results.
The main demerit is that the lens allows a lot of light to pass through, hence a user need to look against the direction of light to get images that are convenient to view as opposed the disturbing images formed when used in the direction of the rays of light. However, at such a low price, you get binoculars which can be used anywhere and provides very clear images.
Even spectacle wearers can use this model. Because it is very affordable, you will have to make some bring down your expectations a bit if you want to use the device professionally. Finally, we hope the above Nikon Aculon a30 10×25 binoculars review will be of help when you decide to purchase your next binocular.