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Levenhuk Blaze 20-75x100 Spotting Scope
Waterproof. Magnification: 20–75x. Objective lens diameter: 100 mm
Levenhuk Blaze 20–75x100 is a powerful spotting scope with a large objective lens (100 mm, 3.9 in) and a wide magnification range (20x–75x). Such outstanding capabilities allow you to observe terrestrial objects from a considerable distance, even in twilight! This model comes with a durable tripod that will assist you during lengthy observations an... more
Levenhuk Blaze 20–75x100 is a powerful spotting scope with a large objective lens (100 mm, 3.9 in) and a wide magnification range (20x–75x). Such outstanding capabilities allow you to observe terrestrial objects from a considerable distance, even in twilight! This model comes with a durable tripod that will assist you during lengthy observations and completely eliminate image shake at higher magnifications.
All optical elements of this spotting scope are made of high-quality glass that was fully coated for additional contrast and clarity, as a result, this spotting scope produces sharp and clear images across the field of view. The prisms are covered with silver coating; the lenses, blue coating. At the close focus of only 10 m (32.8 ft), you can study even nearby objects in the tiniest detail.
Shells of all Levenhuk Blaze models are made of lightweight, yet durable, polycarbonate. The shell itself is completely waterproof, and its interior is filled with nitrogen, which protects the optics from fogging when exterior temperatures change rapidly. The shell is rubber-armored, which provides for a firm and comfortable grip on the spotting scope.
Levenhuk Blaze 20–75x100 provides for maximum comfort during observations. The eyepiece is attached to the optical tube at a specific angle, so that your neck does not tire during lengthy observations. The eyecup on the eyepiece is made of soft rubber. Additionally, the spotting scope comes with a table tripod and a case that you can use to store and transport your spotting scope.
The kit includes:
- Spotting Scope
- Metal table tripod
- Case for storage and transportation
- User manual and lifetime warranty
|full (prisms: silver coating; lenses: blue coating)|
Objective lens diameter (aperture), mm
Field of view, °
Eye relief, mm
Close focus, m
Field of view, m/1000 m
General use product.
May be used by kids
over 3 years old.
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Will this scope allow attachment of a Nikon D1H camera body. Do I need additional adapter? Levenhuk Customer Service:
Dear Terry, thank you for interest in Levenhuk products. The eyepiece of this model is not removable, so you will not be able to attach the camera. Is there any additional information you might need?
Does The Blase 20-75x100 have BAK-4 glass Levenhuk Customer Service:
Dear James, thank you for interest in Levenhuk products. The scope comes with BK-7 glass. Is there any additional information you might need?
can I use this scope as an astronomical telescope Levenhuk Customer Service:
Dear George, thank you for interest in Levenhuk products. Spotting scopes are designed for terrestrial observations. But you will be able to observe the Moon ans stars. Is there any additional information you might need?
Ok, one more question, what's with lifetime warranty? I mean the longest warranty I have ever seen is 30 years…. Levenhuk Customer Service:
Levenhuk thoroughly controls the manufacturing process and can vouch for the quality of the products.
What's the optics material? How Levenhuk Blaze 20-75x100 is so much better than Levenhuk Blaze 20-60x80? I mean the price is almost twice higher… Levenhuk Customer Service:
Levenhuk Blaze 20-75x100 is equipped with optics made of BK-7 glass. This scope has larger objective lens diameter and provides higher magnification as compared to Levenhuk Blaze 20-60x80.
Is the tripod mount a standard camera screw mount -- i.e., can I transfer it to another larger camera tripod? Levenhuk Customer Service:
Dear Dave, thank you for interest in Levenhuk products. Yes, you can use any other tripod with our spotting scope. Is there any additional information you might need?
I have had such poor results with anything made in China that I am really afraid to venture out again. I have only had one item made in China that turned out to be excellent quality and materials and it was a total surprise to all who had purchased them (a Norinco 1911). Can you make any non-PRC recommendations? Levenhuk Customer Service:
Dear Martin, thank you for replying. Please note, all our products are made in the PRC in compliance with specifications indicated on the product page. As you probably know most optical products are manufactured in China. Moreover, we have a 45-day return policy. Is there any additional information you might need?
Where are your spotting scopes manufactured? Levenhuk Customer Service:
Dear Martin, thank you for interest in Levenhuk products. Our spotting scopes are made in the PRC under Levenhuk control. Is there any additional information you might need?
Hi! Is there a difference in image quality between Levenhuk Blaze 20-75x100 and Levenhuk Blaze 30-90x90 spotting scopes? Objective lens diameter aside. Which scope is better for observing distant objects? Why is 20-75x100 model more expensive? Thanks in advance Levenhuk Customer Service:
1. Optics and image quality in these spotting scopes are the same. 2. Levenhuk Blaze 20-75x100 Spotting Scope is better for observing distant objects due to larger objective lens diameter.
Your answers are confusing, does it allow you to remove an eyepiece and connect a camera or not? Levenhuk Customer Service:
No, the construction of the Levenhuk Blaze 20-75x100 spotting scope doesn’t allow removing the eyepiece.
As far as I can see this scope features variable magnification, how is zooming done? Levenhuk Customer Service:
To set the desired magnification on the Levenhuk Blaze 20-75x100 spotting scope you should rotate the zoom adjustment ring right under the eyepiece. Note that after changing magnification, you will need to refocus the view. Detailed information on using Levenhuk Blaze spotting scopes may be found in the following user manual - https://www.levenhuk.com/products/materials/0/levenhuk-blaze-web.pdf
Can I use this scope as an objective for my canon700D Levenhuk Customer Service:
No, unfortunately this model doesn't allow removing standard eyepiece
I heard that it's possible to change eyepiece in this scope and magnification higher than 75x, is it true?! Levenhuk Customer Service:
No, unfortunately the Levenhuk Blaze 20-75x100 model doesn't support installing different eyepieces.
I need an instrument for observing objects in motion from 10 to 30 feet away... also planets and the Moon... I'm choosing between this model and Blaze 30-90x90. What's more important in my case: aperture or magnification? Maybe you have other models? willing to spend up to $300 Levenhuk Customer Service:
The first thing you need to pay attention to is objective lens diameter: the larger it is, the better image quality you can achieve. In your case, you need to consider buying a telescope. For example, Levenhuk Strike 135 PLUS Telescope - https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/telescopes/levenhuk-strike-135-plus/
i have ordered an levenhuk blaze 20-75x100 spotting scope. i need to know the diameter of the eye piece where i can order a camera adapter. thanks Levenhuk Customer Service:
Dear Liza, thank you for inquiry. When you remove the eyepiece, there is a thread and this is where the T-ring adapter has to go so one could attach a camera. The diameter of this thread is 27 mm. Is there any additional information you might need? Looking forward to your reply.
what quality of this optic is this? Is there an industry scale? Is this equal to Simmons? Swarovski? etc. R you a new company breaking into the industry? And need to make some good deals in order to get your reputation built up? How does one know if they are getting a quality scope to hunt with or not. I bought a Simmons and it was really a piece of junk. I haven't bought another one yet because I'm trying to do some research into what is a good spotting scope and what is not. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Ken Levenhuk Customer Service:
Hi Ken, Thanks for your query. Levenhuk Blaze series spotting scopes represent high-quality optics which is fully multi-coated for additional contrast and clarity. Even though Levenhuk is rather new to the US market, the company has been on the European market for over 10 years. You will have 45 days from the date of receipt to try out the spotting scope and to send it back in case if it does not meet your requirements. You may review our return policy here at https://www.levenhuk.com/support/#returns Is there any additional information you might need?
I am looking for a telescope to see birds 1or2miles away Levenhuk Customer Service:
Hello Robert,thank you for your interest in Levenhuk products! If you are looking for a telescope, we'd recommend that you consider these models: 1)Levenhuk Strike 80 NG Telescope (https://www.levenhuk.com/products/levenhuk-strike-80/); and 2)Levenhuk Skyline PRO 80 MAK Telescope (https://www.levenhuk.com/products/levenhuk-skyline-pro-80mak/). But it should be noted that the image will be reversed from left to right in these models. So it is seems to us that it is better to buy a spotting scope for your purpose. Levenhuk Blaze 20-75x100 Spotting Scope (https://www.levenhuk.com/products/spotting-scope-levenhuk-blaze-20-75x100/) will absolutely fit your needs.With this scope you can observe objects from an appreciable distance, even in twilight! All optical elements are protected from fogging. Please let us know if you need further assistance. more
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