Midas 12×50 UHD

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Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

Where to BuyMSRP: $459.99


The rugged benchmark for all-weather brightness and clarity, Midas roof-prism binoculars are light and slim thanks to a magnesium chassis. With their Extra-Low Dispersion Glass lenses, Advanced Fully multi-coated optics, high-quality BaK-4 prisms with our ESP Dielectric coating plus phase coating, the Midas binos gather maximum light and produce brilliant color fidelity.  The waterproof, shockproof design and rubber armor are ready for anything you are. No matter the conditions, with Midas, the outlook is clear.  Other design enhancements include our XPL Lenses coating that protects the exterior lenses from scratches, dust and anything else mother nature throws at you. The also feature improved twist-up eyecups and argon purging.



UHD Glass

Extra-Low Dispersion glass gives you an image with little or no chromatic fringe so the final result brings a clearer and sharper image to your eyes

ESP Dielectric Coating- Enhanced Spectral Prism Dielectric Coating

ESP Dielectric Coating is a multi layer prism coating that reflects over 99% of the light to your eyes bringing you a clear, bright image that displays accurate color reproduction.

Lightweight Magnesium Chassis

Magnesium chassis give you the strength of a metal chassis while reducing the weight as much as 35%

XPL Coating- Xtra Protective Layer coating

XPL Coating gives you an extra protection on the exterior lenses from dirt, oil and scratches

Phase Corrected prisms

Phase corrected prisms produce images that have better contrast, a higher resolution and better color reproduction

BaK4 prisms

Bak-4 glass prisms reflect more light to your eyes which will give you brighter and sharper image.

Advanced FMC

Advanced Fully Multi-Coated lenses gives you better light transmission to bring optimum brightness and true color across the entire light spectrum.

Long Eye Relief

Long eye relief can be particularly important for eyeglass wearers because longer eye relief allows them to still see the entire field of view.

Close Focus

Close focus is important for those who are nature observers and especially important if you are going to watch butterflies or insects

Twist Up Eyecups

Twist up eyecups with intermediate stops allow you to set the eyecups to the ideal eye relief for you eyes



Argon Purged

Waterproof to protect the binocular in the harshest weather conditions or if accidentally submerged underwater


Argon purging gives you better waterproofing and thermal stability



Power 12X
Objective Lens Diameter 50 mm
Eye Relief  15 mm
Field Of View Angular  5.4°
Field Of View FT @1000 YARDS 281 ft
Field Of View M @1000 METERS  95 m
Close Focus  3.5 m /11.48 ft
Interpupillary Distance 59 mm-74 mm
Weight 33 oz

4 reviews for Midas 12×50 UHD

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ryan Millhollin

    These are hands down the highest quality optics around!

    I have the Midas 12×50 binos on In all my hunting pics, and they definitely were used in all my hunts. I can’t go anywhere without them! Great prices, great warranty, and fantastic customer service! Keep an eye on these guys, they’re going to be making an impact on the outdoor company folks.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Alan Anglyn

    I used the Midas 12×50 binoculars on a recent Newfoundland moose hunt and found them excellent for spotting and assessing moose. These binos have great clarity across the field of view, and the 12x magnification was perfect for determining spread and width of mature bulls at a distance. Later, when using them while stalking moose, they helped me locate a bull in cover and hone in on his rack. I definitely recommend them.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5


    They’re clear and bright, easily focused, and relatively compact.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5


    5 stars. Clear optics, solid build. I saw no obvious CA at all. I have a pair of competitor mid-range 8×42 binoculars that I pad nearly 500 dollars for and these were as clear if not clearer. The diopter adjustment was fairly simple.

    The only issues I had were that the provided eye cups (which I never use on any binocular) on the objectives made it impossible to close the binoculars fully to get a nice round view. This would be true of any 12×50. I remove them on all makes and models and just store in the pouch. Additionally be careful with selecting a tripod adapter as a slim version is needed for the same reason.

    I use 8×42 currently as a walk around set and have my 12×50 Midas binocs in the pack for mounting to a tripod where they truly shine. 12×50 can be viewed hand held in a pinch, but are recommended to be attached to a monopod or tripod.

    I spotted rocky mountain bighorn sheep with these at 1 mile on a rock face when my two buddies with Vortex Viper HD 10x42s could not and had to borrow my Athlon 12x50s to see them. I also spotted a herd of antelope around 3 miles away that nobody else saw while hand holding them.

    I will be adding a set of Cronus 8.5×42 very soon once the price drops to match the 10×42 version which for some reason is 80 dollars less. The Midas is every bit as good as some brands top tier sub $1000 models. Ready to see what the field flatteners can do in the Cronus for my smaller glass.

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