SKU: GC25-528048-000

Zeiss Conquest Gavia 30-60x85 Angled Spotting Scope With Ocular

Designed and engineered to observe the natural world without causing a disruption or disturbing wildlife, the ZEISS Conquest Gavia 85 30-60x85 Spotting Scope offers the benefits of a powerful zoom to bring distant subjects in close plus a large objective to keep images bright and vibrant, even in low light. Its magnification and objectives are complemented by the use of ZEISS' iconic T* anti-reflection multi-coatings and LotuTec hydrophobic exterior lens coatings. For comfortable viewing in all positions, the eyepiece is set at a 45° angle to the optical tube and the tripod collar can be rotated for precise eyepiece placement whether standing, sitting, or lying prone.

Built for the road less travelled, the compact housing is made of a lightweight but durable magnesium alloy to help reduce weight without sacrificing strength. A large focus collar is easy to manipulate, even with gloves on, as is the smaller zoom wheel on the eyepiece. To help defend against the elements, the housing is nitrogen-filled for fog-proof performance, especially when moving between extreme temperature changes, and O-rings seal the optical system, making it waterproof against up to 400bar of pressure. A universal tripod mount has 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 sockets to allow its use on the most photo, video, and field tripods.

Performance

30-60x zoom eyepiece

85mm objective lens

Compact roof prism optical path

Fully multi-coated high-density (HD) lens system: T* and LotuTec coatings

T*: Multi-layered anti-reflection coating improves light transmission and increases colour rendition and contrast

LotuTec: Hydrophobic coating makes cleaning water, oils, and dirt easier

99-69' field of view at 1000 yards

2.8-1.4mm exit pupil

Use and Handling

Eyepiece set at 45° angle to optical tube for comfortable viewing whether sitting, standing, or lying prone

Large focusing collar

Rotating and locking tripod clamp allows for precise positioning of the eyepiece

1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 mounting sockets

Removable eyepiece allows the use of compatible, optional eyepieces for different magnifications

Sighting line on objective bell makes finding objects faster and easier

Construction

Lightweight and durable magnesium-alloy housing

Nitrogen filled for fogproof performance even when moving between extreme temperature changes

O-ring sealed to be waterproof to 400bar of pressure

Extendable sunshade keeps the Sun, rain, and snow off the objective

M86x1 filter threads

Weight: 3.75 pounds with the eyepiece

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Product Overview

Designed and engineered to observe the natural world without causing a disruption or disturbing wildlife, the ZEISS Conquest Gavia 85 30-60x85 Spotting Scope offers the benefits of a powerful zoom to bring distant subjects in close plus a large objective to keep images bright and vibrant, even in low light. Its magnification and objectives are complemented by the use of ZEISS' iconic T* anti-reflection multi-coatings and LotuTec hydrophobic exterior lens coatings. For comfortable viewing in all positions, the eyepiece is set at a 45° angle to the optical tube and the tripod collar can be rotated for precise eyepiece placement whether standing, sitting, or lying prone.

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