ZEISS VICTORY RANGEFINDER BINOCULARS WITH BLUETOOTH
Turning sense into certainty.
Experienced hunters can always rely on their senses. Nevertheless, with the right equipment, they can go further than this and transform intuitions into certainties.
The Rangefinder System is a laser rangefinder with an integrated real-time ballistics computer. The consideration of all relevant factors and customization with the aid of the ZEISS Hunting App ensures precisely placed shots at any distance. The RF family offers a choice of four models: the RF 8 × 42 and 10 × 42 for daylight hunting and the RF 8 × 54 and 10 × 54 for hunting into the twilight hours.
Measuring within seconds
The rangefinder determines the precise target distance up to a maximum range of 2,300 meters.
Bluetooth synchronization with ZEISS Hunting App
The capabilities of the rangefinder system are perfected by the ability to synchronize it with the ZEISS Hunting App via Bluetooth. Every measurement takes the physical and environmental factors, such as temperature and air pressure, into account when making the calculation.
Transfer of personal ballistic data
Storage capability for up to nine personalized ballistic profiles, that can be set up within the ZEISS Hunting App. Thanks to the Bluetooth function it is possible to import personal ballistic data from the ZEISS Hunting App to the Victory RF.
Calculate precise setting for BDC (ASV)
The various measuring functions of the rangefinder take a multitude of relevant data into account and use them to calculate the precise setting for the BDC (ASV).
A clear view, whatever the weather
There are always exciting things to be seen in the world of nature – even in wet weather. This is why ZEISS developed LotuTec®. A coating for the lenses of binoculars and spotting scopes that enables a clear and unhindered view in all weather conditions.
ZEISS T* Coating
ZEISS T* coating is a guarantee of the brilliant, high-contrast images which you will experience above all in adverse light conditions and in the twilight. Behind it, however, there is no specific formula for building up the layers. Instead, it is a technology that is constantly adjusted to suit new glass materials and requirements, which varies from lens to lens.