Brand: Zeiss

Zeiss Conquest HD 42mm Binoculars (524211/524212)

Brand: Zeiss

Zeiss Conquest HD 42mm Binoculars (524211/524212)

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Zeiss Conquest HD 42mm Binoculars - Perfect all-rounders

The well-balanced Conquest® HD binoculars provide outstanding performance for an amazing hunting experience. Uncompromising design, ergonomics and optics at an unbelievably attractive price.

Designed as a rugged, twilight-capable companion for a wide range of applications, the Conquest HD 8x42 delivers a steady image in all situations thanks to the 8x magnification. The HD lens system guarantees maximum color rendition. The large focusing wheel is always close at hand, so that even at close range, for example, the smallest details can appear sharp and color neutral.

The Conquest HD 10x42 will impress you with the largest field of view in its class. Even at long distances, it provides detailed views of wildlife and enables long, fatigue free observation. The special design, combined with optimum ergonomics and non-slip operation plus the large focusing wheel for high precision focusing in any situation, ensure just the right level of observation comfort.

Features

90% Light Transmission

Higher definition glass produces 90% to-the-eye light transmission, great low-light performance and excellent target resolution across the entire magnification range.

Optimized operating elements

Comfortable observation is not just a matter of lenses. The comfortable focus system with the large focusing wheel ensures easy handling, optimum grip and precise focusing even with gloves. The eyecups round off its ergonomic perfection. Slightly slanted, they are carefully aligned to aid observation comfort.

Compact and robust construction

Compact size, low weight and robust body construction guarantee readiness for use under all conditions. Comfortable observation is not just a matter of lenses. Ergonomics plays a major role too – and this is where the Conquest HD, with its compact size and lightweight, modern design, truly comes into its own.

A clear view, whatever the weather

There are always exciting things to be seen in the world of nature – even in wet weather. This is why Zeiss developed LotuTec®. A coating for the lenses of binoculars and spotting scopes that enables a clear and unhindered view in all weather conditions.

Zeiss T* Coating

Zeiss T* coating is a guarantee of the brilliant, high-contrast images which you will experience above all in adverse light conditions and in the twilight. Behind it, however, there is no specific formula for building up the layers. Instead, it is a technology that is constantly adjusted to suit new glass materials and requirements, which varies from lens to lens.

Specifications

Model 524211 524212
Magnification: 8x 10x
Effective lens diameter: 42 mm 42 mm
Light transmission: 90% 90%
Exit pupil diameter: 5.3 mm 4.2 mm
Twilight factor: 18.3 20.5
Field of view at 1,000 m (yds): 128 m (384 ft) 115 m (345 ft)
Subjective viewing angle: 59° Ww 66° Ww
Close focusing distance: 2.0 m (6.6 ft) 2.0 m (6.6 ft)
Diopter adjustment range: - 4.0 | + 4.0 dpt - 4.0 | + 4.0 dpt
Exit pupil distance: 18 mm 18 mm
Pupil distance: 54 - 74 mm 54 - 74 mm
Lens type: HD HD
Prism system: Schmidt-Pechan Schmidt-Pechan
LotuTec | Nitrogen filled: + | + + | +
Water resistance: 400 mbar 400 mbar
Operating temperature: - 30°C | + 63°C (- 22°F | + 145°F) - 30°C | + 63°C (- 22°F | + 145°F)
Length: 150 mm (5.9 in) 150 mm (5.9 in)
Width at an interpupillary distance of 65 mm: 120 mm (4.7 in) 120 mm (4.7 in)
Weight: 795 g (28.0 oz) 795 g (28.0 oz)

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