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The new APO spotting scope-----SA401

The new APO spotting scope-----SA401

The new APO spotting scope-----SA401

Hello, everyone. Welcome to our new product -------SA401

SVBONY brings the new product to market as scheduled, along with its good quality performance.

This is our best spotting scope as far. So I am expecting to take it out. Now I want to show you guys some points of the SA401.

APO and double ED glasses

As we all know, CA is an inevitable problem of refractor scope. But APO can extremely reduce the CA. It typically uses a group of three lens elements, correcting the color, like red and blue. With APO and ED glasses, SA401 improves the sharpness of the image, allowing a clear image from the center to the edge.

Central focus wheel

This design is so interesting. A fast and fine focus is permitted while you are tracking a moveable object.

85MM Objective lens diameter

The wider the objective lens diameter is, the brighter image you will get. A wide caliber provides a feast for the eyes.

More specifications:

Model SA401
Objective Lens Diameter 85mm
Objective Lens Group 4pieces/3group (Double ED)
Tube Diameter 100mm
Magnification 20-60X
Prism Type Porro Prism
Prism Glass Material K9
Armor material Rubber
Coating condition Fully multi-coated
Eyepiece Diameter 24mm
Eyepiece Glass Group 8pieces/5group
Eye Relief 20-18mm
Exit pupil 4.3-1.4mm
Field of View(Angle) 2.2-1.14°
Field of view 114-60ft@1000yds
Field of view​ 38m-20m/1000m
Near Focus Distance 7.5m
Waterproof IPX6
Color Army Green
Adapt to tripod​ 1/4​
Soft case​ Nylon soft bag​​
Net Weight 2192g
Dimension 15.7inch

Thanks for watching. Hope you like it.


Comment user


What is the focal length of the objective in mm? I'm interested in using 1.25" eyepieces with the adaptor.

Comment author

svbony Elena Author

The focal length of the objective is 450mm

Comment user


Hi there, Can we use 1.25 inch astro eyepieces on this new SA401 scope? Thank you!

Comment author


No, though the eyepiece is detachable, it is not standard 1.25''.

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