Zeiss Victory 8 x 42 HT colour negro
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- Carl Zeiss Optical 8x42 Victory HT Binocular
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German made;Exclusive Schott HT High-Transmission glass + enhanced T coatings provides 95% light transmission;FL lens system for supreme color fidelity;Comfort focus concept and easy-grip barrels for superior ergonomics;New 5-Year No Fault Policy + Limited Lifetime Warranty
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The barrels fit my hand nicely, the weight is just right, the binoculars are well-balanced, the eyecups are comfortable and the focus knob operates smoothly with a relatively short throw from long distance to short distance. I literally would not change a thing about the design. Even the strap is comfortable and the front and rear lens protectors stay in place.
The optics of the Zeiss are brighter than the Swarovski Optik El Swarovision Binoculars, 8.5x42mm and noticeably brighter than the Canon 10x42 L Image Stabilization Waterproof Binoculars (which I also own and love), to which I compared them. Not only does this increased brightness make the viewed object easier to see, for viewing over long periods of time, this brighter image should reduce eye strain. This increased brightness in noticeable in daylight viewing, but is even more evident in situations with diminished light such as dusk.
Since I use these binoculars in Arctic environments were they are exposed to saltwater, snow, rain, dirt and sand, I was concerned that cleaning the front elements "in the field" with just a microfiber and no water could scratch the front element glass or remove its coatings. Over the years, I scratched the front element and removed coatings in areas of my older Nikon Monarchs by cleaning them in this manner while out in the field away from running water.
I could not find the size of the front element threads online, but measured them with calipers and determined that they take 46mm filters. I wanted filters that were optically as high of a grade as the Zeiss binocular elements and were "Clear" rather than "UV". I selected B+W 46mm XS-Pro Clear with Multi-Resistant Nano Coating (007M) B+W 46mm XS-Pro Clear with Multi-Resistant Nano Coating (007M). The Nano Coating increases the price over the normal MRC versions, but supposedly beads and sheds water more effectively, something which was important given the manner in which I use these. If this is not as important to you, B + W makes an MRC version of this clear filter that costs less than the Nano-coated version.
Since installation of these filters prevents use of the factory front lens covers, I use inexpensive third party 42mm lens caps like these: Univeral 46mm Center Pinch Front Lens Cap for Canon DSLR Camera or Univeral Camera 46mm Front Cap Cover for Canon Lens Filter. I tried using the screw on, flip-cap Op/Tech covers, but they were significantly wider than the lens diameter and proved too bulky and awkward, so I returned to the inexpensive, removable, third-party caps.
All in all, these are perfect binoculars.