MM4 60 GA ED/45 Travelscope

    Combining all the features that make our travelscopes the #1 choice for thousands of users the world over, the MM4 60 GA ED series continue to deliver our maxim; “smaller, lighter, brighter, sharper” to anyone searching for a supremely compact & versatile high quality instrument for long range accurate observation while on the move.

    Designed & manufactured in Japan, the compact HDF ED optical system creates an instrument only 260mm/10.2" long. Constructed from lightweight materials, an MM4 60 weighs about the same as pair of 42mm binoculars and can be used without a support for crystal clear flat-field observation at magnifications below 20x. Unlike binoculars, they deliver stunning clarity and definition up to 45x when fitted with HDF T or SDL zoom eyepieces. Compatible with HR2/3, HDF and SDL eyepieces, existing fieldscope owners can use their eyepiece with an MM4 body.

    Features
    • 60mm HDF ED lens design
    • Fully multi-coated optical system
    • Lightweight polycarbonate and alloy body
    • Fully protected in soft touch textured rubber armour
    • Nitrogen waterproof
    • Wide wheel focuser with accurate 9:1 ratio dual focus system
    • Removable rubber objective lens cover
    • Large footprint +/- 90° rotating tripod sleeve
    • Telephoto option for SLR photography

    Eyepieces
    MM4 Travelscopes are fully compatible with Opticron SDL, HDF & HR2/3 eyepieces. Recommended eyepieces for general observation include;
    41270 SDLv3 15-45x
    40862M HDF T 15-45x 
    Click here for more information about Opticron eyepieces

    Supplied Accessories

    MM4 60 GA ED Travelscopes are supplied in body only format with removable rubber objective lens cover

    Guarantee

    30 year

    Product Code

    41228

    Price £429.00

    Where To Buy
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    Specifications

    • Specifications
      • Colour
        Black
      • Body Type
        45 deg angled
      • Size
        60
      • Lens Dia. (mm)
        60
      • Lens Dia. (inch)
        2.4
      • Close Focus (m)
        3.5
      • Close Focus (f)
        11.5
      • Eye Relief (mm)
        N/A
      • Eye Relief (inch)
        N/A
      • Waterproof
        Yes
      • Prism Type
        Porro
      • Tripod Sleeve & Mount
        Rotating Sleeve
      • Length (mm)
        260
      • Width (mm)
        100
      • Depth (mm)
        74
      • Dimensions LxWxD (mm)
        260x100x74
      • Dimensions LxWxD (inches)
        10.2x3.9x2.9
      • Weight (g)
        729
      • Weight (oz)
        25.7
      • Weight (lb)
        1.6
    • Technical
      • Body Material
        Aluminium Alloy, Polycarbonate
      • Armour Type
        Full
      • Armour Material
        NBR
      • Nitrogen Gas Filled
        Yes
      • Retractable Lens Hood
        No
      • Focusing Speed
        Dual
      • EPTA Internal (mm)
        29x0.75
      • EPTA Small External (mm)
        35x1.1
      • EPTA Large External (mm)
        41.5x1.1
      • Prism Coating
        Fully multi-coated
      • Lens Coating
        Fully multi-coated
      • Connection Type
        1/4"
      • Serial Number Location
        Bottom face of tripod sleeve
      • Country of Origin
        Japan
    • Accessories
      • 41165 Waterproof Stay-on-Case Black for MM3/4 60 GA ED/45 (97)

        £59.00

        More Info
      • 41167 Waterproof Stay-on-Case Green for MM3/4 60 GA ED/45 (97G)

        £79.00

        More Info
      • Pro Series Lens Cleaning Cloth 20x20cm in pouch

        £2.95

        More Info
    • Videos
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    • Reviews

      MM4 60 GA ED/45 - Álvaro de las Heras

      16 January 2020

      In my case, I spend lots of hours walking through the mountains with all my gear with me, and coming from a long and heavy scope, I can say this is a life-changer. I strongly recommend this scope for nature guides and travellers who carry all their equipment during long field journeys.

      Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Álvaro de las Heras. Click here to read the entire review. 


      MM4 60 GA ED/45 - University of Glasgow Exploration Society

      30 September 2019

      One of the stand-out qualities of the MM4 + HDF T zoom eyepiece scope is the image clarity. It was so high we actually got a little addicted to using it! Good enough to see fish’s eyes from puffins’ hard-earned catches, there was little noticeable chromatic aberration even when set at maximum zoom. The zoom itself was useful proving very handy when tracking porpoises in and out of the fjord.

      Above is an excerpt from a review authored by the University of Glasgow Exploration Society. Click here to read the entire review. 


      MM4 60 GA ED/45 - Ira Geshelin

      16 September 2019

      Another birder with a 600mm lens found the bird and put me onto it. I found it very easily with the scope and then focused onto it. I was spellbound by the clarity, sharpness, and brightness of the scope. Without exaggeration, it was like looking at a photo in a magazine.

      I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this scope to ANYONE who might ask me.

      Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Ira Geshelin. Click here to read the entire review. 


      MM4 60 GA ED/45, HDF T 15-45x and USM-2 - Josh Hill

      25 March 2019

      One of the MM4 60’s main qualities is its weight, at only 619g, I can carry it miles without feeling any strain. The scope is small too - 280mm (10.2”) exactly and means it fits neatly into my backpack.

      Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Josh Hill. Click here to read the entire review.


      MM4 60 GA ED/45 - Mark Cocker

      03 October 2018

      Yet what was most impressive was the clarity of the image. It is pin sharp and the light-gathering of the 60mm object lens owes nothing much to the far larger telescopes of the Aigas rangers.

      Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Mark Cocker. Click here to read the entire review.


      MM4 60 GA ED/45 - Kevin Mather

      30 April 2018

      The optics are excellent. I’ve become used to how good this scope is that I forget how lucky I am - I recently borrowed a friends scope to watch a match since I had already packed and I was shocked at how dark and yellowish the image was.

      Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Kevin Mather. Click here to read the entire review.


      MM4 60 GA ED/45 - Mike Alibone

      17 July 2017

      Click here to read a review authored by Mike Alibone and originally published in Birdwatch Magazine July 2017 


      MM4 60 GA ED/45 - Joe Fairburn

      28 April 2017

      As an archer I need to see the end of my arrows which are less than half a centimetre wide on a target face at between 60 & 70 metres distant in all weathers and this little scope did not disappoint. The clarity of the lenses coupled with the high magnification eyepiece was outstanding.

      Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Joe Fairburn. Click here to read the entire review. 


      MM4 60 GA ED/45 - Iordan Hristov

      28 February 2017

      In the dark tropical forest the MM4 coped with exceptional performance. Although birds were sitting high up in the dark canopy I was able to find them quickly and zoom in. The zoom eyepiece was very effective in this environment in that most of the time I was using 15x magnification to locate the birds and then zooming in to 40-45x for better views with no compromise of the image.

      Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Iordan Hristov. Click here to read the entire review. 


    Specifications

    • Specifications
    • Technical
    • Accessories
    • Videos
    • Reviews
    • Colour
      Black
    • Body Type
      45 deg angled
    • Size
      60
    • Lens Dia. (mm)
      60
    • Lens Dia. (inch)
      2.4
    • Close Focus (m)
      3.5
    • Close Focus (f)
      11.5
    • Eye Relief (mm)
      N/A
    • Eye Relief (inch)
      N/A
    • Waterproof
      Yes
    • Prism Type
      Porro
    • Tripod Sleeve & Mount
      Rotating Sleeve
    • Length (mm)
      260
    • Width (mm)
      100
    • Depth (mm)
      74
    • Dimensions LxWxD (mm)
      260x100x74
    • Dimensions LxWxD (inches)
      10.2x3.9x2.9
    • Weight (g)
      729
    • Weight (oz)
      25.7
    • Weight (lb)
      1.6
    • Body Material
      Aluminium Alloy, Polycarbonate
    • Armour Type
      Full
    • Armour Material
      NBR
    • Nitrogen Gas Filled
      Yes
    • Retractable Lens Hood
      No
    • Focusing Speed
      Dual
    • EPTA Internal (mm)
      29x0.75
    • EPTA Small External (mm)
      35x1.1
    • EPTA Large External (mm)
      41.5x1.1
    • Prism Coating
      Fully multi-coated
    • Lens Coating
      Fully multi-coated
    • Connection Type
      1/4"
    • Serial Number Location
      Bottom face of tripod sleeve
    • Country of Origin
      Japan
    • 41165 Waterproof Stay-on-Case Black for MM3/4 60 GA ED/45 (97)

      £59.00

      More Info
    • 41167 Waterproof Stay-on-Case Green for MM3/4 60 GA ED/45 (97G)

      £79.00

      More Info
    • Pro Series Lens Cleaning Cloth 20x20cm in pouch

      £2.95

      More Info
    • Video image

    MM4 60 GA ED/45 - Álvaro de las Heras

    16 January 2020

    In my case, I spend lots of hours walking through the mountains with all my gear with me, and coming from a long and heavy scope, I can say this is a life-changer. I strongly recommend this scope for nature guides and travellers who carry all their equipment during long field journeys.

    Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Álvaro de las Heras. Click here to read the entire review. 


    MM4 60 GA ED/45 - University of Glasgow Exploration Society

    30 September 2019

    One of the stand-out qualities of the MM4 + HDF T zoom eyepiece scope is the image clarity. It was so high we actually got a little addicted to using it! Good enough to see fish’s eyes from puffins’ hard-earned catches, there was little noticeable chromatic aberration even when set at maximum zoom. The zoom itself was useful proving very handy when tracking porpoises in and out of the fjord.

    Above is an excerpt from a review authored by the University of Glasgow Exploration Society. Click here to read the entire review. 


    MM4 60 GA ED/45 - Ira Geshelin

    16 September 2019

    Another birder with a 600mm lens found the bird and put me onto it. I found it very easily with the scope and then focused onto it. I was spellbound by the clarity, sharpness, and brightness of the scope. Without exaggeration, it was like looking at a photo in a magazine.

    I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this scope to ANYONE who might ask me.

    Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Ira Geshelin. Click here to read the entire review. 


    MM4 60 GA ED/45, HDF T 15-45x and USM-2 - Josh Hill

    25 March 2019

    One of the MM4 60’s main qualities is its weight, at only 619g, I can carry it miles without feeling any strain. The scope is small too - 280mm (10.2”) exactly and means it fits neatly into my backpack.

    Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Josh Hill. Click here to read the entire review.


    MM4 60 GA ED/45 - Mark Cocker

    03 October 2018

    Yet what was most impressive was the clarity of the image. It is pin sharp and the light-gathering of the 60mm object lens owes nothing much to the far larger telescopes of the Aigas rangers.

    Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Mark Cocker. Click here to read the entire review.


    MM4 60 GA ED/45 - Kevin Mather

    30 April 2018

    The optics are excellent. I’ve become used to how good this scope is that I forget how lucky I am - I recently borrowed a friends scope to watch a match since I had already packed and I was shocked at how dark and yellowish the image was.

    Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Kevin Mather. Click here to read the entire review.


    MM4 60 GA ED/45 - Mike Alibone

    17 July 2017

    Click here to read a review authored by Mike Alibone and originally published in Birdwatch Magazine July 2017 


    MM4 60 GA ED/45 - Joe Fairburn

    28 April 2017

    As an archer I need to see the end of my arrows which are less than half a centimetre wide on a target face at between 60 & 70 metres distant in all weathers and this little scope did not disappoint. The clarity of the lenses coupled with the high magnification eyepiece was outstanding.

    Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Joe Fairburn. Click here to read the entire review. 


    MM4 60 GA ED/45 - Iordan Hristov

    28 February 2017

    In the dark tropical forest the MM4 coped with exceptional performance. Although birds were sitting high up in the dark canopy I was able to find them quickly and zoom in. The zoom eyepiece was very effective in this environment in that most of the time I was using 15x magnification to locate the birds and then zooming in to 40-45x for better views with no compromise of the image.

    Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Iordan Hristov. Click here to read the entire review.