Zeiss Conquest Compact Binoculars

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8X

Product Color:
Black

Size:
3.66"-3.66"-6.53oz.

Objective Size (mm):
20mm

Close Focus Distance:
10.83'

10X

Product Color:
Black

Size:
4.33"-3.82"-7.05oz.

Objective Size (mm):
25mm

Close Focus Distance:
18.05'
  • Zeiss image quality from an ultralight folding binocular
  • T* anti-reflective multi-layer coatings - brighter, high-contrast images
  • Dielectric prism coatings for superior brightness and contrast
  • Weatherproof housing
  • Fold down rubber eyecups for comfort
  • Z-fold hinge design - compact design fits easily in pockets
  • Nitrogen filled - waterproof and fogproof
A great binocular for travelers, sporting events, and other outdoor fun, the Zeiss Conquest Compact Binoculars puts big performance in your pocket. T* anti-reflective multi-layer coatings and dielectric prism coatings help deliver brighter, high-contrast images. Weatherproof housing stands up to the elements. Twist-up eyecups provide long eye relief to all users. Nitrogen filled for sure waterproof and fogproof performance in all weather. Z-fold hinge design for easy folding and handling. Color: Matte black.
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are these good for hunting

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I would like a pair mainly for hunting and secondly for bird watching. Is this the pair that I should buy? Or should i keep looking?
8 months ago
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The compacts are primarily intended for day-light observation, and will do well under those conditions, hunting or birding. The emphasis is on COMPACT. These are pocket-sized binoculars and will not have the same performace as full-sized binoculars as the light fails.
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I found that the ultra compact binoculars shake too much when I hold them for extended durations. I spend a lot of time glassing areas before I head into them. The Steiner Merlin are made for bird watching but work just as well for hunting.
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For birding or general nature watching a 8x32 or 8x42 binoculars are likely good choices and hunters will desire extra magnification like 10x42 and 10X or higher. The magnification would be a good option for hunting but the objective size might be better for bird watching. Thanks
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