The Field Issue Collection
Just like the world around us, Nocs Provisions is ever evolving. Introducing the newest member to the Nocs binocular family, the Field Issue 32mm! Each element of the new Field Issue was designed to create the ultimate lightweight, do-it-all binocular built to explore any environment and stand out with Nocs’ distinctive, nature-inspired style.
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Oversized Focus Wheel
We designed the Field Issue from the ground up for ultra smooth, ultra precise focusing. By fine tuning the wheel resistance and leverage ratio of the central focusing mechanism, the Field Issue allows for exacting visual adjustments from 9.3ft to infinity.
Rich Color Representation
Fully Multi Coated Optics
With a unique lens coating formula designed for an exceptional light transmittance rate for its compact size, the Field Issue provides a rich color reproduction for bright, sharp views from edge to edge of the wide field of view.
Goes The Distance
Weighing in at only 16.7 oz or 473g, the Field Issue uses a medical grade, ultra rugged thermoplastic frame to house the optical system. We designed this for all-day glassing missions and foot powered travel to remote locations, where every ounce makes a difference.
Lab Tested and Rated
Waterproof + Fogproof
Like the rest of our binocular line, the Field Issue is lab rated IPX7, meaning it can take a smattering of dust, water, and humidity and continue to perform. Submersible in up to three feet of water and nitrogen sealed to prevent internal condensation, these can be brought along for any adventure.
Refined Feel and Drop Tested
Rugged Wave Grip
No slip in the palm, engineered to protect the optics, this evolved design provides a comfortable feel in hand and a build that dissipates impact forces on the optical system.
See It All
Multi Stop Twist Up Eyecups
The eyecup assembly of the Field Issue allows for a perfect fit on every face. With or without glasses, the multi stop twist up eyecup mechanism provides three distinct positions to optimize viewing for all.
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Snap a Photo
The Field Issue was designed to accommodate for smartphone photography and videography. Just line up your smartphone to capture the moment and share with your citizen scientist peers.