Advertisement Feature: ZEISS at the double

ZEISS’s revolutionary optics launched this time last year, the Victory RF and Conquest V4, offer something for every shooter, no matter what their quarry and budget.

Setting a new standard in premium rangefinding binoculars, the Victory RF binos deliver up-to-the-second readings out to 2,500 yards, incorporating a ballistic calculator and BIS II environmental analysis.

And the Conquest V4 is a whole range of four-factor riflescopes, from 1-4x to 6-24x, that’s the new generation of affordable yet still high-quality scopes from ZEISS, upgrading from the Terra 3x.

ZEISS’s revolutionary new optics, the Victory RF and Conquest V4, offer something for every shooter, no matter what their quarry and budget.

Setting a new standard in premium rangefinding binoculars, the Victory RF binos deliver up-to-the-second readings out to 2,500 yards, incorporating a ballistic calculator and BIS II environmental analysis.

And the Conquest V4 is a whole range of four-factor riflescopes, from 1-4x to 6-24x, that’s the new generation of affordable yet still high-quality scopes from ZEISS, upgrading from the Terra 3x.

Victory RF

Optimised for long-range shooting, the Victory RF binos take less than a second to deliver holdover data customised to your set-up. This is as easy-to-use as can be – you can connect your binos to the ZEISS app, enter your ballistic data into your smartphone, and the binos will automatically update their readings.

Plus, the BIS system takes into account angle, temperature and pressure using an array of state-of-the-art sensors.

It’s not just about the rangefinder, though. The binos themselves are a joy to hold and use, thanks to a revamped ergonomic design incorporating double bridge and a relocated, oversized focusing wheel.

And the optics are nothing less than you’d expect from ZEISS, producing pin-sharp imagery and exceptional twilight performance.

Conquest V4

With a huge variety of models in the range, the four-factor V4 scope can lend itself to any use, from varminting to stalking on open ground to target shooting.

Grab the lightweight 1-4×24 model for fast shooting and a large field of view (38 metres at 100 metres), the 3-12×56 for maximum light gathering capability, the 4-16×44 for stalking mid- to long-range quarry on open ground – or go all the way up to 6-24×50 and take on long-range targets.

Exhibiting a huge amount of quality and features for an affordable scope, it’s got exposed multi-turn elevation turrets, ballistic stop and .25 MOA per click adjustment values – all features taken from the mid-range Conquest V6 line.

FIND OUT MORE

To get the lowdown on ZEISS’s new lines, call 01223 401450, visit your local dealer or head online to:

WWW.ZEISS.CO.UK/HUNTING

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