Vortex Optics

Vortex Diamondback HD 16-48x65 Spotting Kit

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  • Vortex Diamondback HD 16-48x65 Spotting Scope:
  • Magnification: 16-48x
  • Objective Lens Diameter: 65mm
  • Lenear Field of View: 138-72ft/1000yds
  • Angular Field of View: 2.6-1.4 degrees
  • Close Focus: 16.4ft
  • Eye Relief: 20.3-18.3mm
  • Exit Pupil: 4.0-1.35mm
  • Length: 14.25in
  • Weight: 49.8oz


  • BlackOvis Treeline Aluminum Sitting Tripod with Panhead:
  • Soft carrying case
  • Shutter button and phone holder attachment
  • Aluminum Alloy legs
  • Foam handle on 1 leg
  • VEO 2 PH-26 2-way pan head (12.8 oz)
  • Rubber feet
  • Weight hook for high wind stability
  • Compact Height: 12 inches
  • Extended Height: 31 inches
  • Arca-Swiss Compatible
  • Total Weight: 2.15lb (With Pan Head)
Product Description

Glassing out west demands an HD optic, but other systems can't get you the clarity you need to see a tail twitch in low light, or pick a tine out of dense cover. The redesigned Diamondback HD spotting scopes have all the horsepower the long-distance hunter needs, and they excel in low light - right when you need it most. We've also streamlined the exterior for a sleeker, snag-free profile, building in a helical focus wheel.

The BlackOvis Treeline Aluminum Sitting Tripod is designed with the backpacking hunter in mind. This lightweight 2.15lb aluminum tripod is designed for sitting on the ground or in a chair only! No more extra weight from 4-5 section legs for standing when you never use them. The 2 way pan head is smooth and steady for glassing with a spotting scope. With its max height at 31 inches and compacts down to 12 inches tall, this is the ultimate tripod while sitting and glassing in the hills. This 3 section sitting tripod comes with a shutter button and phone holder attachment for when you need to take a picture of that trophy shot while alone in your success! With its twist lock leg design becomes a faster way to raise and lower your tripod legs when pulling out your spotting scope to get a better look at that trophy animal you are hoping for.