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Thread: In Stock: New Zeiss Victory Laser Rangefinder Binoculars!

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    In Stock: New Zeiss Victory Laser Rangefinder Binoculars!

    We just received a batch of the new Zeiss Victory RF's in 10x42.

    New Zeiss Victory 10x42 Rangefinder Binoculars - Click here!

    My initial impression is that Zeiss has delivered another outstanding product - consistent with the Conquest V4 and V6 rifle scopes, and the Harpia spotting scope.

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    The size, weight (2lbs), and overall design is sleek, relatively light weight, and easy to handle. You'd never know there was such a powerful rangefinder inside of the chassis. The connectivity to the Zeiss Hunting App is the best I've seen in any similar product (ie. Sig Kilo/BDX, Leica, G7 BR2/BR2500), and the rangefinder itself has proven to be lightning fast and responsive.

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    The easy to use smartphone app allows you to customize the data that you will see in the binocular field of view, by selecting up to three values:
    1 - Range in yards or meters,
    2 - Range and angle,
    3 - Range and equivalent horizontal distance,
    4 - Range and the hold-over value in inches or centimeters,
    5 - Range and the adjustment value in MOA (with a number of options in this regard such as 1/4, 1/6, 1/8...),
    6 - Range and the adjustment value in Mils, again with options depending upon the click values of your scope,
    7 - Range and the adjustment value represented in the number of clicks.

    For example, you could program the binoculars to display the equivalent horizontal distance in yards, tell you the adjustment in 1/4 MoA (ie. 5.75), and tell you how many clicks (23 clicks).

    I'll be testing the ballistic compensation functions during this weekend's series of package rifle sight-ins, as well as determining the maximum distance that the software will provide ballistic compensation.

    I'll keep you posted!

    Omer


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    Sweet mother of God...my wife would shoot me if I bought those. At least I'd know how far she was...

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    Has zeiss ever made a sub-par product?

    Other than the terra line.
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    Just in time for Christmas we received another batch of these best-in-class ballistic compensating rangefinder binos. The Zeiss Victory RF binos are in high demand and are on tight allocation but we have a few up for grabs.

    New Zeiss Victory 10x42 Rangefinder Binoculars - Click here!

    Whether you've been naughty or nice,
    Treat yourself with some Zeiss!


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    Two left! Thank you!


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    I have a pair of these Victory RF 10x42, and let me assure anyone thats considering them, they are simply amazing. I also own a pair of Swaro EL 8.5x42 so i have a very good base of what top tier optics should deliver. The Zeiss is as sharp as the Swaro, with edge to edge clarity, no drop off at the edges. Control of chromatic aberrations is excellent, again on par with the Swaros. Brightness also is too close to call between the two. The build quality feels perfect with the smoothest perfectly weighted focus wheel I've felt, better than the Swaros. So suffice to say that regardless of the the Ranging ability, this is an optic that competes with the best binoculars available. Now add the Rangefinder with bluetooth sync for firearm profiles, and you have an invaluable hunting tool. Over the last 4 days I've been hiking in Southern Ontario every day with the RF's and have seen close to 40 deer in all sorts of conditions, surroundings and distances. In all cases I've been able to quickly range the animals in seconds. I'm amazed at how well these binos can range through thickets and scrub brush to give me a distance on an animal that is well obscured by brush. My handheld rangefinder can't do this. One push and I get the distance, plus the number of 1/4 MOA clicks to make the shot. Customizing the readout is simple via bluetooth allowing you to choose MOAs, MILs, holdover in inches, or a few other options to go with each of 9 rifle/load profiles. If you are on the fence about these binos, I can say with confidence you will not be disappointed. Zeiss delivered a home run with these.
    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkJnK View Post
    I have a pair of these Victory RF 10x42, and let me assure anyone thats considering them, they are simply amazing. I also own a pair of Swaro EL 8.5x42 so i have a very good base of what top tier optics should deliver. The Zeiss is as sharp as the Swaro, with edge to edge clarity, no drop off at the edges. Control of chromatic aberrations is excellent, again on par with the Swaros. Brightness also is too close to call between the two. The build quality feels perfect with the smoothest perfectly weighted focus wheel I've felt, better than the Swaros. So suffice to say that regardless of the the Ranging ability, this is an optic that competes with the best binoculars available. Now add the Rangefinder with bluetooth sync for firearm profiles, and you have an invaluable hunting tool. Over the last 4 days I've been hiking in Southern Ontario every day with the RF's and have seen close to 40 deer in all sorts of conditions, surroundings and distances. In all cases I've been able to quickly range the animals in seconds. I'm amazed at how well these binos can range through thickets and scrub brush to give me a distance on an animal that is well obscured by brush. My handheld rangefinder can't do this. One push and I get the distance, plus the number of 1/4 MOA clicks to make the shot. Customizing the readout is simple via bluetooth allowing you to choose MOAs, MILs, holdover in inches, or a few other options to go with each of 9 rifle/load profiles. If you are on the fence about these binos, I can say with confidence you will not be disappointed. Zeiss delivered a home run with these.
    Thank you for the feedback as always MarkJnK! The Zeiss RF's are remarkable in every aspect and superior to anything currently available. Field reports have been consistent with that as well.

    Enjoy them!


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