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Swarovski SLC 15x56 W B
THE EXPERIENCED EXPERT

Hunting at dawn and dusk and over long distances poses particular challenges for both hunters and technology. The SLC 56 binoculars provide you with optimum support whatever the situation. These binoculars stand out thanks to their excellent HD optics for twilight use, which provide impressive edge-to-edge sharpness. Excellent viewing comfort is ensured by the perfectly balanced weight and extended depressions that provide a good, steady grip and prevent any feeling of fatigue when observing for hours on end.

Makes out details a long distance away
The SLC 15x56 binoculars are the expert for observing over long distances. Their 15x magnification and optimized optics, combined with outstanding edge-to-edge sharpness allow you to see special moments, even over expansive areas. The extended depressions for improved grip and the balanced weight ensure maximum comfort when using them.

Technical Data
Magnification 15
Effective objective lens diameter (mm) 56
Exit pupil diameter (mm) 3.7
Exit pupil distance (eye relief) (mm) 16
Field of view (ft/1000 yds / m/1000 m) 234/78
Field of view (degrees) 4.5
Field of view for eyeglass wearers (degrees) 4.5
Field of view, apparent (degrees) 62
Shortest focusing distance (ft / m) 12.8/3.9
Dioptric compensation (dpt) 5
Diopter correction at ∞ (dpt) 8
Light transmission (%) 93
Pupil distance (in/mm) 2.2-3.0/56-76
Twilight factor acc. to DIN 58388 29
Length approx. (in/mm)* 7.56/192
Width approx. (in/mm)** 5.5/141
Height approx. (in/mm)** 2.87/73
Weight approx. (oz/g) 42.3/1200
* Value with eyecups twisted in _
** Dimensions at a pupil distance of 2.5 in / 64 mm

Technical Data
Functional temperature -13 F to +131 F (-25 C / +55 C)
Storage temperature -22 F to +158 F (-30 C / +70 C)
Submersion tightness 13 ft / 4 m water depth (filled with nitrogen)