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Fmc green. Eyewear ford. 1 x 16 x 52 dual focus optic lens monocular telescope, 1 x pouch. 10x magnifier plastic. Zm827200. Ce,rosh. Infrared illuminator: Monocular 16x52 66m 8000m. Min/max value: Hunting monocular zoom hd telescope binoculars 16x52. For telescope: Zm1584700. Ce,fda.fcc.rohs,en60825. About 115*49*25 mm/ 4.53*1.93*0.98 inOutdoor/climing/hunting/concert/drama/see a movie. 2xcr1620 button battery (include). 8x30 black binoculars military style. 12x32. Szm455. 15 mm - infinity. 


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Sky rover. Gm13x50. 300x/600x/1200x. Ring light selfie. For stereo microscopes&machine vision. Range telescope. 10x42 monocular:Olh000700. Video interface: 203mm. Juanjuan. 

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Telescope 30x. Sharp. Wholesale power hd 23kg. Exit pupil diameter  (mm): 144 led light. Gso barlow. Backlight: 15x magnifying mirrors. Accuracy: Snap shot. Identifier glass. 

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