20-60×82 Sport ED Spotting Scope


20-60×82 Sport ED Spotting Scope

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The 20-60×82 Sport ED Spotting Scope is our finest and most-powerful spotting scope!  Just like the Sport ED binoculars and the 15-45×65 Spotting Scope, this spotting scope features ED (extra-low dispersion) objectives, which means chromatic aberration, or false color, is eliminated from the view. With standard non-ED (achromatic) optics, chromatic aberration worsens as magnification increases, so ED glass is especially desirable at the upper end of the magnification range. This scope is the perfect choice for advanced-level bird-watching and wildlife viewing, or for any type of viewing where flawless color rendition is necessary.

Low-reflection broadband multi-coating is used on every air-to-glass surface and prisms are dielectric coated. Light loss due to reflection and scattering is minimized, providing the highest level of light transmission possible. This scope features magnesium construction with dark green rubber armor, with attractive red-anodized aluminum accents. A precise dual-speed focuser gets you focused on target quickly. The twist-up eyecup and slide-out glare shield are silky-smooth. A form-fitting weather-proof cover is included, with access panels that allow full use of scope while covered.

Compare the features and specs of our spotting scopes to the competition, and you’ll see they are a remarkable value.

We recommend either the Oberwerk 3000 tripod/head or the Manfrotto MT190X3/MVH500AH tripod/head for these scopes.

Additional information

Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 24 × 16 × 8 in

2.25° – 1.2°

Eye Relief


Exit Pupil

4.1mm – 1.37mm

Minimum Focus


Product Weight

3.75 lbs.

Product Dimensions

L=15", W=3.75", H=6.5"

1 review for 20-60×82 Sport ED Spotting Scope

  1. Paul Hamrick

    Over the past months I’ve run the new scope through its paces. It is as good as you had described. The color fidelity is excellent, even at max magnification. From migratory waterfowl on the open water, emergent spring buds at the tops of tall trees, to Jupiter and its four Galilean satellites just this past weekend – superb.

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