Optics Review

Category - Carl Zeiss

Zeiss Victory SF Binoculars

Introduction: Intuitive ergonomics and controls combined with a brilliant flawless picture, the Zeiss Victory SF is a great new direction for Zeiss and a pleasure to use. Zeiss Victory SF 8x42mm Technical Data: Magnification: 8X Effective Lens Deameter: 42 mm Exit Pupil Diameter: 5.3 mm Twilight Factors: 18.3 Field of View at 1000 yd: 444 ft Subjective Viewing Angle: 8 ° Close Focus in Ft: 5 ft Diopter Adjustment Range: +4 | 4 dpt Pupil Distance: 54-76 mm Eye Relief: 18 mm Lens Type: FL/HT...

Zeiss Z-Point Red Dot

Carl Zeiss Sport Optics has really turned some heads in the tactical and recreational shooting community with their red dot scope called the  Z-Point. This innovative design was originally designed for the German military and features a body style that’s all about function and reliability, most notably it has no square edges,  no protruding leavers, and no exposed switches. Every thing is simple and smooth, a real advantage when not having your sport optic gear get caught on something is...

Zeiss Victory Compact Binocular Review

Zeiss Victory Compact Binoculars

Greetings. I wanted to talk about the Zeiss Victory compact binocular today. The Victory series is of course Zeiss’ flagship line. The compact family sports two sizes: the 8×20 and 10×25. The fully coated optics realistically boasts maximum brightness in minimum dimensions. The view is tremendous with crisp sharpness that fits in any pocket. What I really like about these compacts over their little sister line, Zeiss Conquest,  is the single hinge design. It’s asymmetrical...

Zeiss at the 2009 Shot Show

Zeiss Victory Range Finding Binocular

At the 2009 Shot Show Carl Zeiss Sport Optics introduced two premium level optical rangefinders, the Victory PRF Pocket Range Finder and the Victory RF Range Finding Binoculars. The company makes an impressive move into the laser rangefinder market for sportsmen. Both of these models are marvels of design and construction and feature advance features including ballistic compensation assistance. Additional infomation on each of these range finder products can be found at the Carl Zeiss website.