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Offering big performance in a small package, with three versions available as of October 2022, the new ATC/STC spotting scope from Swarovski is designed for hunters whose passion takes them into vast, rough terrains.
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When every ounce counts but every detail needs to be discovered, SWAROVSKI OPTIK offers the ideal solution with its new ATC/STC spotting scope.
“With the ATC/STC, we are reaching out to all those whose passion for nature and hunting takes them into rough terrain or remote areas.
With a length of 258 mm/285 mm (10.2 in/11.2 in), the ATC/STC is smaller than a sheet of A4 paper. Its light weight of 970 g/980 g (34.2 oz/34.6 oz) also makes it a perfect companion for demanding activities and long trips.
But the ATC/STC impresses with more than its outstanding SWAROVISION quality optics. Its practical ease of use is another clear benefit. A half shell allows the spotting scope to be positioned stably on a surface even without a tripod, and allows unimpeded turning of the focusing and turning wheel at all times. A carrying strap is supplied with the spotting scope.
Like most SWAROVSKI OPTIK observation optics, the new compact spotting scope can be easily connected to a smartphone using the variable phone adapter (VPA). This makes it possible to immediately capture observations on camera.
The ATC/STC (17-40x56) is available in three versions: with angled view (ATC) in either green or Burnt Orange, and with straight view (STC) in green. The ATC/STC is produced as a single unit and cannot be separated into eyepiece and objective modules.
A detailed description of the new ATC/STC spotting scopes and all technical data can be found at swarovskioptik.com
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