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Swarovski ATX / STX / BTX Objective Module

$1,029.99 - $3,099.99

Since its launch in 2012, the ATX/STX spotting scope system has been impressing birders all over the world with its modular design. Different objective and eyepiece modules can be flexibly combined with a unique degree of precision.

The Swarovski® ATX / STX / BTX Objective Module will accept any of the three eyepiece modules: STX (Straight) ATX (Angled view), or BTX (Binocular view).

  • Optional eyepiece module required
  • Lightweight, durable and impact-resistant magnesium-alloy housing
  • Rubber armor protects against impacts and provides slip-resistant grip
  • Rotating collar for precise eyepiece placement
  • Life-like, high contrast images with extra-low dispersion fluoride HD glass
  • Field flattener lens system eliminates edge distortion 
  • Fully multi-coated lenses - Swaroclean®, Swarodur®, Swarotop®
  • Large, glove-friendly center focusing system
  • Nitrogen-filled and O-ring sealed
  • Waterproof and fogproof
  • Tripod shoe compatible with Arca-Swiss quick release heads; no additional plates or adapters required
  • Standard 1/4"-20 socket on bottom of shoe
  • Functional temperature: -13 to +131ºF
  • Storage temperature: -22 to +158ºF
  • Submersion tightness: 13 ft. water depth (inert gas filling)
  • Diopter correction at ∞: >5 dpt


  • Weight: 1 lb. 11.3  oz.
  • Objective filter thread: M 67 x 0.75


  • Weight: 2 lbs. 15.3 oz.
  • Objective filter thread: M 97 x 0.75


  • Weight: 4 lbs. 10.1 oz.
  • Objective filter thread: M 118 x 0.75


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In 1935, Wilhelm Swarovski, son of the original founder, was a mere 47 years of age. Already an avid hobby astronomer, Wilhelm’s passion "to be closer to the stars," as he himself described it, awakened his ambition to build his own, improved binocular. With access to the specialized glass production and finishing technologies already used to manufacture jewelry stones in his father’s factory, Wilhelm managed to develop a novel prism fabrication and grinding process that he applied in constructing his first 6x30 binocular.

Wilhelm went on to found Swarovski Optik® KG in Absam, Tyrol in 1949, thus laying the foundation stone for a sports optics company with a global reputation. His company’s first serial product, the Habicht™ 7x42, is still an industry standard in the field of hunting optics and continues, as ever, to be produced by Swarovski Optik in the best tradition of its founder.

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Description Length Lens coatings Objective lens diameter Price  


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8.1" Fully multi-coated 65mm $1,029.99


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11.6" Fully multi-coated 95mm $2,169.99


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12.1" Fully multi-coated 115mm $3,099.99