The Yukon 6-100x100 Spotting Scope is a fantastically revolutionary scope. With a powerful magnification that ranges from 6x to 100x, it's incredibly versatile - which makes it perfect for practically any hobby.
Portable and Versatile
At a mere 2.4kg, it's also a portable beauty. At low magnifications, the spotting scope uses its 25mm lens. Linear zooming then allows adjustments in magnification between 6x and 25x. If you needed more powerful magnification, simply flip a switch - the light path then switches from one lens to the other.
Sharp, Clear Views
With its 100mm objective lens (i.e. aperture size), you'll be assured of sharp, clear views due to its impressive light gathering capacity. Zooming capabilities are thus able to be increased to a 25-100x magnification without any issues at all.
With the 100mm aperture size, its enormous light gathering capacity provides bright, clear pictures in practically any viewing conditions, including twilight. In line with Yukon's Advanced Optics, the Yukon 6-100x100 Spotting Scope provides you with power, quality and comfort.
Comfortable Viewing Experience
In order to prevent viewing fatigue or discomfort, its 45-degree, rotating eyepiece suits and moves for your comfort - at any angle, including when you're lying on the ground.
Digital and Photo Camera Adaptable
Both digital and photo camera adapters are available, and can be used with the Yukon 6-100x100 Spotting Scope. It accommodates both photographic and spotting scope tripods, and is versatile enough to double up for late-night astronomical stargazing. There's nothing better than the Yukon 6-100x100 Spotting Scope!
The high quality optics of the Yukon 6-100x100 Spotting Scope are guarded by a durable composite body. The scope’s body is both lightweight and compact, allowing for convenient portability.
Optics / Performance
The Yukon 6-100x100 delivers crystal-clear magnification from 6x to 100x with no distortion or loss of image quality. Yukon's engineers have achieved this exclusive capability by using two multi-coated objective lenses, one with a 25mm aperture and the other with a 100 mm aperture. Both lenses share a common ocular lens, which allows for a smooth transition as the viewer adjusts the scope to the desired magnification.