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Levenhuk Sherman Pro 6.5x32

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Manufacturer Levenhuk
Model Sherman Pro 6.5x32
Lens diameter [mm] 32
Magnification [x] 6.5
Angular field of view [deg] 10
Linear field of view [m/m] 175/1000
Exit pupil [mm] 4.92
Eye relief [mm] 21
Min. focusing dist. [m] 3
Twilight factor 14.42
Brightness 24.24
Prisms BaK-4/Porro
Dimensions [mm] 112x182x58
Weight [g] 730
Waterproof Yes
Nitogen filling No
Argon filling No
Image stabilization No
Tripod exit Yes
Focusing central
Warranty [years] lifetime
Price 645
Additional information Achromatic objective lens, 5 elements in 3 groups eyepiece
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4.17 Good
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  1. Noctivid AFD
    Noctivid AFD 26 August 2022, 22:00
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    IP 95.193.x.x
    Owner since: 2 years
    Price: 100 euro
    User profile: Semipro

    Cons: Focus wheel is to tight. The ocular bridge is a little bit unstable, wich sometimes makes focus problems om one eye. A bit too heavy in weight, but it makes a good and stable view in your hands.

    Pros: Large ocular lens size of 25 mm wich is much larger than many others binos I have owned. Extremely sharp and bright image in the sweet spot. The image really pops. Big 3D image (porro prism). Large FOV wich is one of the most important factors on binos, in my opinion.

    Summary: I can recomend this Binocular to Every bino enthusiasm. I bit heavy but with a golden touch because of the wide FOV and the bright and sharp sweet spot. The 3D porro image is a plus.

  2. IYH
    IYH 19 March 2021, 11:24
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    IP 139.28.x.x
    Owner since: 1 month
    Price: 129 EUR
    User profile: Amateur

    Cons: The focus wheel was just too hard, hopelessly hard, even after some use. I can\'t imagine try to follow a bird on flight with theese. There were many reflections on the image, I don\'t know if they came from the prisms or from lack of blackening, but the view was compromised. Eyecups are on the wide side, as in all this series, which is not bad per se, but could cause problems to some users

    Pros: Very handy, great feel on the hands, good grip. Good contrast and detail. Nice wide FOV

    Summary: These look like a dead ringer of the Vixen Foresta Porro series, but my unit seemed to have more compromises than either the 8x32 or 7x50 Vixen Foresta I\'ve had in the past, so unfortunately I did not keep them. Would only recommend if you can test several units and look for a peach.

  3. Persson
    Persson 30 October 2019, 09:54
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    IP 92.34.x.x
    Owner since: 6 months
    User profile: Semipro

    Cons: The focuswheel is to hard to twist. It gets even harder in cold swedish winters. A little heavy for the size, but I hope that stands for good quality and solid construction.

    Pros: The wide field of view is fantastic. I did a lot of research for a bino with the widest field of view and Levenhuk Sherman Pro 6,5x32 was what I found had the widest! In the specs it tells 175m/1000m and thats a huge field. BUT I think Levenhuk have overdriven the numbers a little bit. I\'ve done some measuring myself. But let\'s say t FOV is 169/1000m. Well, the picture is sharp! Even on the edges of field. The ocular piece is a little flimpy. I can de-focus the device if a pull hard on the ocular piece. But thats a problem for most of porros, I think. Because the eyepieces are moving when turning the focus wheel in these models.

    Summary: A good buy! Worth the money.

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