Enhance wildlife viewing in finest detail without disturbing its natural habitat
With its endeavor to enhance wildlife viewing in finest detail without disturbing its natural habitat, Ricoh India and WWF-India today launched an exclusive edition of co-branded Pentax Papilio 8.5x21 WF binoculars. RICOH Pentax Papilio binoculars come equipped with unique features — fully multi-coated optics and aspherical lenses for edge-to-edge clarity and sharpness, a unibody design and extreme close focusing capability, ideal for nature trails, wildlife viewing and travel, as they are equipped with close focus of just 50cm. It is a first of its kind endeavor by an imaging company in India to support biodiversity conservation.
This joint endeavor is an extension of ‘Project Nature Watch’, an ongoing CSR collaboration between the two organizations. WWF-India joined hands on to strengthen wildlife and marine conservation across India. The CSR project aimsat providing need-based infrastructure support to frontline and field staff working in the forest and marine areas respectively as well as monitoring species such as the red panda, snow leopard, tiger, elephant, rhino, Olive Ridley turtle and other fish diversity, coral reefs, cetaceans and marine mammals that face threat.
With excellent optical technology of the camera manufacturer unique, high-performance, compact model long-distance observations fully enjoy. In addition, it equipped with a congestion correction mechanism of its own development that enables macro observation of up to about 50cm. This you can experience the world of surprise that could not be seen to.
Was subjected to a multi-coating on the light incident surface of the entire lens surface and the prism, Luxurious “full multi-coating” specification. Increasing the transmittance of light, Suppressed flares and ghosts, To achieve a sharp look taste in the clear.
Fatigue Long eye relief: Adopt a high eye point design of the hard eye relief 15mm tired for a long time of observation.
Non-spherical lens to achieve a small field of view of the distortion to the periphery