ZEISS launches two new products at the 2017 IWA Show in Nuremberg

ZEISS is delighted to announce to launch of the new CONQUEST V6 riflescope and VICTORY Pocket binoculars.

Setting a new standard in the upper middle-class category, the new ZEISS CONQUEST V6 has a number of unique features that position it above the competition. Whatever the type of hunt, whether it be hunting from the high stand, twilight stalking or driven hunts, the combination of legendary EISS quality with leading-edge technology and a robust, function design ensures the x6 zoom riflescope will impress in any hunting situation.

The ZEISS VICTORY Pocket binoculars are available in both 8×25 and 10×25. The compact size, low weight of just 290 grams and modern design combined with high quality ZEISS optics means the ZEISS VICTORY Pocket binoculars are a perfect extension to full-fledged binoculars and spotting scopes.

The ZEISS CONQUEST V6 Riflescope

The NEW 6-times zoom riflescope from ZEISS

ZEISS are delighted to announce the launch of our new CONQUEST V6 riflescope line, on display at the 2017 IWA Show in Nuremberg.

The new ZEISS CONQUEST V6 riflescope family comprises of three models:
– CONQUEST V6 1.1–6×24
– CONQUEST V6 2–12×50
– CONQUEST V6 2.5–15×56

Whatever the type of hunt, whether it be hunting from the high stand, twilight stalking or driven hunts, the combination of legendary ZEISS quality with leading-edge technology and a robust, functional design ensures the x6 zoom riflescope will impress in any hunting situation. Setting a new standard in the upper middle-class category, the new ZEISS CONQUEST V6 has a number of unique features that position it above the competition:

– Excellent light transmission of 92%
– Modern, T* multilayer coatings
– Intelligent motion sensor illuminated reticule
– New ASV (bullet drop compensator)
– LotuTec® coating

Combined with the impressively wide field of view, the new CONQUEST V6 is the perfect solution for the active hunter looking for a versatile riflescope at an attractive price.

Model Overview.

CONQUEST V6 1.1-6×24

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The slim design and the large field of view (38 meters at 100 meters) enables fast target acquisition at close range. The maximum effective 6.5 magnification is unique in this class. The illuminated dot is easy and safe to use – even if you are wearing gloves.

CONQUEST V6 2-12×50

 

 

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With its combination of a large zoom range and a large lens diameter, the light, slim 2-12×50 offers excellent versatility for any hunting situation. The large field of view of 20.5 meters at 100 m provides you with an excellent overview. An ASV bullet drop compensator is available as an add-on.

CONQUEST V6 2.5-15×56

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Its FL lens and high light transmission of at least 92%ensures that the ZEISS Conquest V6 offers excellent image brightness and target resolution. The fine reticle 60 in the 2nd focal plane delivers minimum target subtension and maximum visibility during the day and at night, also over long distances. In combination with an ASV bullet drop compensator, the ZEISS Conquest V6 2.5-15×56 is also well-suited for long distanceshots.

The New ZEISS VICTORY Pocket Binoculars

The most compact premium binoculars from ZEISS

ZEISS are delighted to announce the launch of our new VICTORY Pocket Binoculars, on display at the 2017 IWA Show in Nuremberg.

– ZEISS VICTORY Pocket 8×25
– ZEISS VICTORY Pocket 10×25

The launch of the ZEISS VICTORY Pocket 8×25 and 10×25 has expanded the VICTORY premium range with a convenient pair of pocket binoculars. With their compact size, low weight and modern design combined with the high quality ZEISS optics, the ZEISS VICTORY Pockets are setting new standards against its competitors. The ZEISS VICTORY Pocket binoculars are a perfect extension to full-fledged binoculars and spotting scopes. The use of light materials such as magnesium results in a weight of just 290 grams. Furthermore, the asymmetrical
bridge allows the binoculars to fold to a compact size, meaning these binoculars can easily fit into trouser or jacket pockets.

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