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ZEISS Victory RF Binoculars 10x42 T* (Range Finder) Black

ZEISS Victory RF Binoculars 10x42 T* (Range Finder) Black

Combining ZEISS optical quality with the data you need to make your shot count, the 10x42 Victory Rangefinder Binocular has the potential to make your experiences in the field more successful. The Victory RF can measure up to 2515 yards in under 0.3 seconds in optimal conditions, but that's only the beginning of its capabilities. Its real-time ballistic computer measures physical and environmental factors, such as temperature and air pressure, and can store up to nine personal ballistic profiles. It syncs with the ZEISS Hunting App on your device to calculate bullet drop compensation, so you'll know exactly where to aim to hit your target.

The Victory's lenses are fully multi-coated with the famed ZEISS T* anti-reflective coating and its Abbe-Koenig roof prism are phase-correction coated, resulting in optimal light transmission and a bright, sharp image. The exteriors of the lenses are treated with LotuTec coatings that bead water, reduce glare, and make cleaning easy. Fully sealed and purged with nitrogen, the binocular is waterproof and fogproof.

The ZEISS Hunting App includes a sophisticated ballistics calculator, a hunting diary with photos and GPS data, weather forecasts and an inventory of your hunting equipment, along with important information like serial numbers, invoices, and dealer contacts.

Optical Performance

AFOV: wide-angle - 66°

T* multi-coating enhances light transmission, reduces flare/glare

Phase-corrected Abbe-Koenig roof prisms for enhanced clarity, light transmission, contrast

Construction Details

LotuTec coating: Sheds water, dirt, grease, grime (lenses can be wiped clean without smearing)

Waterproof to 400bar of pressure

Nitrogen-filled for waterproof and fogproof performance

Wide operating temperature range: -13 to 145°F (-25 to 63°C)

Use and Handling

Center focus is fast and accurate

Twist-up rubber eyecups for a customized view

±3 diopter adjustment range

Laser Rangefinder with BIS

Range: 16 to 2515 yd/15 to 2300m

Syncs via Bluetooth with ZEISS Hunting App for BDC calculation

Measures physical and environmental factors, such as temperature and air pressure, for real-time calculations

Stores up to 9 personal ballistic profiles

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ZEISS Victory RF Binoculars 10x42 T* (Range Finder) Black

Combining ZEISS optical quality with the data you need to make your shot count, the 10x42 Victory Rangefinder Binocular has the potential to make your experiences in the field more successful. The Victory RF can measure up to 2515 yards in under 0.3 seconds in optimal conditions, but that's only the beginning of its capabilities. Its real-time ballistic computer measures physical and environmental factors, such as temperature and air pressure, and can store up to nine personal ballistic profiles. It syncs with the ZEISS Hunting App on your device to calculate bullet drop compensation, so you'll know exactly where to aim to hit your target.

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