Nikon Introduces New Colour Choices for ACULON T11 Binoculars

July 15, 2014

Nikon Vision Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Nikon Corporation, is pleased to announce two additional glossy colour variants — blue and white — for ACULON T11 compact zoom binoculars.
Since their release in 2012, ACULON T11 binoculars have consistently been highly evaluated by users, especially the easy, smooth zooming function (from 8x to 24x) and turn-and-slide rubber eyecups. All prisms and lenses feature multilayer coating that assures bright and clear images.
These sleek, lightweight binoculars fit comfortably in the hand — ideal for spectating at sport events, open-air concerts and travelling. The ACULON T11 is now available in five body colours: in addition to existing black, silver and red colour models, vivid and glossy blue and white are added, which project a sporty and active impression. You can select your favourite from these rich colour variations to suit your taste, purpose and personal preferences.

ACULON T11 8-24x25 (Blue)
ACULON T11 8-24x25 (White)

Key Features

  • Compact and lightweight
  • All lenses and prisms are multilayer-coated for bright 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 five body colours (black/silver/red/blue/white)


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ACULON T11 8-24x25
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 1,000m (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) 4.0
Weight (g) 305
Length (mm) 123
Width (mm) 109
Interpupillary distance adjustment (mm) 56-72
  • Note :
    • Apparent field of view is calculated based on the ISO14132-1:2002 standard.
      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.