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The binocular's color adjustment lens coating helps game subjects "pop" against a green background.
Steiner also added a re-engineered rubber armoring that emits almost no noise during handling. The NBR rubber is durable and grippy in wet weather, with a forest green color that blends with woodland settings and most camo patterns. Most importantly, the NBR Long-Life armoring is designed to last two to three times longer than other rubber armors.
And eyeglass wearers will have no difficulty with the Predator Pro, as it offers 18.5mm of eye relief and soft, fold-down eyecups. The Predator Pro 12x40 comes with objective lens caps, a rain guard, a neck strap, and a padded ballistic nylon case.
Karl Steiner established Steiner Optik GmbH in 1947, turning it from a one-man factory to a 50-plus employee company within six years. Offering products ranging from small cameras to binoculars and special lenses, Steiner soon turned his attention to professional high-quality binoculars. From the beginning Steiner Optiks has focused on creating new optics technologies, including such innovations as rubber armoring, the first binocular with an integrated compass, the first binocular with an optical coating to protect against harmful UV radiation, the pocket-size binocular, and the Predator lens coating to increase animal contrast against wooded backgrounds. Today, Steiner manufactures binoculars for the military, marine, hunting, outdoor, birding, and leisure industries.