Very high contrast enables the user to identify small bullet holes (also black in black) in 300m distance
Remark of the popular TSN-821M series
The Electronic & Optics Division of Kowa began the production of spotting scopes in 1952. Spotting scopes were developed as scopes for examining targets in shooting matches and saw official use in the 1964 Olympic Games held in Tokyo.
Kowa Sporting Optics are highly appreciated as it is widely known that their quality and reliability are the result of more than half a century of experience and development.
The Prominar line with an objective lens made of pure fluorite crystal or high class fluorite glass to achieve optical characteristics unattainable with glass, is the gold standard of serious users.
Kowa Sporting Optics is regarded as Highest-Quality products by market insiders. Kowa is proving his capability of designing High-End optics with its new Wide Angle binoculare Genesis 33.