Nikon Introduces New ACULON T11 Binoculars

July 12, 2012

Nikon Vision Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Nikon Corporation, is pleased to announce the release of its ACULON T11 compact zoom binoculars, the successor of the highly-acclaimed EAGLEVIEW ZOOM model.

Since their release in 2004, EAGLEVIEW ZOOM binoculars have consistently received excellent evaluations from users, particularly for their easy-to-use zooming function and turn-and-slide rubber eyecups. Inheriting all these user-friendly features, ACULON T11 features even better optical performance as all prisms and lenses have multilayer-coating for brighter and clearer images.

The sleek, lightweight body fits comfortably into the hand and is easy to use in a variety of situations, such as spectator sports, open-air concerts and when traveling. Three body colors—black, silver and red—are available to suit a wide range of tastes and preferences.

The name ACULON is a combination of the words accuracy and precision. Befitting its name, ACULON is expected to fit easily into the users' lifestyle and inspire them to rediscover a sense of wonder in everyday life.

ACULON T11 8-24×25 (Black)
ACULON T11 8-24×25 (Silver)
ACULON T11 8-24×25 (Red)

Key Features

  • Compact and lightweight
  • All lenses and prisms are multilayer-coated for brighter images
  • Unique zoom lever designed for extra-smooth 8-24x zooming
  • Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups facilitate easy positioning of eyes at the correct eyepoint
  • Designed for comfortable fit and easy handling
  • Available in three body colors (black/silver/red)


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Magnification (x) 8-24
Objective diameter (mm) 25
Angular field of view (real/degree) 4.6 (at 8x)
Angular field of view (apparent/degree)* 35.6 (at 8x)
Field of view at 1,000 m (m) 80 (at 8x)
Exit pupil (mm) 3.1 (at 8x)
Relative brightness 9.6 (at 8x)
Eye relief (mm) 13.0 (at 8x)
Close focusing distance (m) 4
Interpupillary distance adjustment (mm) 56-72
Length (mm) 123
Width (mm) 109
Weight (g) 305
  • *Nikon has adopted a calculation method based on ISO 14132-1:2002.
    tan ω' = Γ x tan ω
    Apparent field of view: 2ω'
    Real field of view: 2ω
    Magnification: Γ

The information is current as of the date of publication. It is subject to change without notice.