Zeiss Victory Laser Rangefinder, 8x26 T* PRF
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Bright, high-contrast image thanks to the 8 x 26 T* optics.
The self-illuminating LED display used instead of a light-swallowing LCD display and the large 26 mm lens diameter ensure outstanding image brightness.
Fast and precise rangefinding thanks to a laser measuring system with digital signal evaluation.
a) Press the RANGEFINDING button = turn on the target mark and aim at the game.
b) Release the button = measurement and display of the distance either in meters or yards.
This "One-touch principle" ensures fast and precise measurement with minimum blur caused by hand tremor.
- Ballistic Calculation:
If a ballistic program is set, the ballistic calculator automatically shows the correction value for the holdover after displaying the distance.
Example:H32 means: aim 32 cm higher
- Zeiss Item Number: 524561
The pocket-sized all-rounder for:
- Ballistic evaluation
This system has become an indispensable companion, whether for hunting abroad or at home. Not only knowledge of the exact distance to game is a decisive factor, but also the resulting holdover (requiring the hunter to aim x centimeters above or below the target) is of major importance.
With the Victory 8 x 26 T* PRF, Carl Zeiss implemented the world’s first digital laser rangefinder with LED display and integrated BISTM ballistic calculator.
The high-performance optics with a two-element Achromat in the 26 mm lens and Carl Zeiss T* coating provides a very bright image: its 8x magnification also makes the Victory 8x26 T* PRF ideal for long distance observation, and the 26 mm lens diameter provides reserves for poor light conditions. The 110 m field of view, measured at a distance of 1000 m, provides users with a full overview in any situation.
The ergonomic design and ease of use of the Victrory PRF also leave nothing to be desired. A slight press of the measuring button displays the range and the required correction value for the point of impact in the field of view.