Vortex Recon 15x50 RT Monocular
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The Vortex Recon RT 15x50 Monocular is a unique, advanced piece of equipment that is unlike any other in the field. The first truly compact, full-featured spotting scope in the Vortex line developed especially for field surveillance and range estimating. The versatile attachment clip secures the Recon RT to any belt or strap for rapid deployment.
Included in the box:
- Rain/dust hood
- Uni-Daptor tripod adapter
- Utility clip
- Picatinny rail
- Flip up objective lens cover
Objective Lens Diameter
Linear Field of View
215ft / 1000yards
Angular Field of View
7in | 17.78cm approx.
2in | 5.08cm approx.
15.2oz | 430.92g approx
XD™ Lens Elements Extra-low dispersion (XD) glass increases resolution and color fidelity, resulting in crisp, sharp images.
XR™ Fully Multi-Coated Proprietary coatings increase light transmission with multiple anti-reflective coatings on all air-to-glass surfaces.
Phase Correction Coating on roof prism models enhances resolution and contrast.
Roof Prism Valued for greater durability and a more compact size.
Waterproof O-ring seals prevent moisture, dust and debris from penetrating for reliable performance in all environments.
Fogproof Argon gas purging prevents internal fogging over a wide range of temperatures.
ArmorTek ® Ultra-hard, scratch-resistant coating protects exterior lenses from scratches, oil and dirt.
Rubber Armor Provides a secure, non-slip grip, and durable external protection.
Main Focus Allows for sharp image acquisition at distances from as close as 12 feet to infinity.
Fine Focus Allows for precise focus adjustment for fine image detail.
Utility Clip The versatile, multi-position utility clip allows for multiple attachment points and quick attachment to pocket edges, equipment, or vests.
This ranging reticle uses MRAD-based subtensions and includes silhouettes for quick ranging. The angular measurements allow you to calculate ranges when comparing the reticle to objects of known dimension.