North Chesterfield, VA -(AmmoLand.com)- Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, the world's leading manufacturer of high performance sports optics, is pleased to announce the all new, VICTORY V8 illuminated riflescope line.
Models include; 1-8×32, 1.8-14×50, 2.8-20×56 and 4.8-35×60. Select models include the new bullet drop compensator ASV, which is a 9 engraved ring system that allows each user to match the appropriate ring to their specified long range ballistics.
Also included is a certificate for a free custom engraved KENTON ballistic turret ring ($149.00 retail value ) that will be built to exactly match a chosen caliber and load, a set of industry leading and award winning TALLEY signature rings ($149.00 retail value) and a SWITCHVIEW magnification “high-speed” throw ring ($60.00 retail value), for extremely fast magnification change and target acquisition.
The ZEISS VICTORY V8 owes its outstanding image quality and optical resolution to its 36mm tube design and its unique fluoride lenses HT glass system. This phenomenal optical concept offers unrivalled low light performance, taking aiming accuracy to a new standard. All external lenses are protected by LotuTec coating for easy cleaning and clear visibility in any weather situation. The V8 combines extreme zoom range and the brightest optics to make the ultimate all-purpose riflescope for all distances and situations. Whether it’s a western long range spot and stalk hunt, sitting in a treestand, competing for a 3-gun championship or just shooting at the range, the ZEISS VICTORY V8 super-zoom riflescopes enable fast reaction time and flexibility – all designed to ensure the maximum shooting experience.
“Carl Zeiss has set a new standard once again,” said Joel Harris, Head of Global Public Relations, Carl Zeiss Sports Optics. “The VICTORY V8 riflescopes are the finest, highest-performance riflescopes on the market today and once you’ve looked through one, you’ll see why. We stand alone at this class level, there is nothing comparable. Never before has a ZEISS riflescope been more sharply focused on performance and elegance than the VICTORY V8. The first time you look through the V8, you’ll realize that such image quality and resolution simply cannot be matched. It is an optical masterpiece full of innovation, providing a totally new user experience.”
The VICTORY V8 unites the latest technologies including the new ASV bullet drop compensator which is considered the most intuitive and precise long-range shooting solution in the world. The 36mm tube diameter provides a substantial benefit to those users who need a larger range of adjustment for long range hunting shots. A fiber optical light system thinner than a human hair provides the finest illuminated dot in the world, resulting in 3 millimeter subtension coverage at 100 yards. The result is pure precision with the smallest targets at the greatest distance.
The multifunction illumination button on the ZEISS VICTORY V8 line is the most advanced illumination control system on the market. It can be quickly, silently and intuitively operated even with gloves on.
Another stroke of genius from ZEISS: the integrated intelligent motion sensor. The illuminated dot is automatically deactivated as soon as you put the rifle down. It reactivates as soon as you take aim – a feature that saves time and energy. The illumination intensity can be continuously adjusted via an easy-to-use, low-profile control wheel optimally positioned on the top of the eyepiece ,which can be comfortably operated in full silence.
|Model||1–8×30||1.8–14×50||2.8–20×56 with ASV/BDC LongRange||4.8–35 x 60 with ASV/BDC Competition|
|Magnification||1–8||1.8–13.5||2.8–20||4.8 – 35|
|Effective lens diameter||10.6 to 30 mm||18.6 to 50 mm||27.5 to 56 mm||48.1 mm – 60 mm|
|Exit pupil diameter||9.9 – 3.9 mm||10.3 – 3.7 mm||9.8 – 2.8 mm||9.9 mm – 1.4 mm|
|Twilight factor||3.1 – 15.5||5.1 – 26||7.9 – 33||13.6 – 45.8|
|Field of view [email protected] yds||110 – 15||63 – 8.5||42 – 5.7||24 – 3.3|
|Objective viewing angle||20.5 – 2.8°||12.0 – 1.6°||8.1 – 1.1°||4.6 – 0.6°|
|Diopter adjustment range||-3.5/+2 D||-3.5/+2 D||-3.5/+2 D||-3.5/+2 D|
|Eye relief||3.75 in||3.75 in||3.75 in||3.75 in|
|Parallax adjustment||100 yds||50 yds – infinite||50 yds – infinite||50 yds – infinite|
|Vertical adjustment range at 100 yards||196 in||122 in||82 in||52 in|
|Lateral adjustment range at 100 yards||126 in||78 in||53 in||33 in|
|Adjustment per click at 100 yards||1/3 in||1/3 in||1/3 in||1/5 in|
|Center tube diameter||36 mm||36 mm||36 mm||36 mm|
|Eyepiece tube diameter||46 mm||46 mm||46 mm||46 mm|
|Objective tube diameter||36 mm||56 mm||62 mm||67 mm|
|Waterproof||400 mbar||400 mbar||400 mbar||400 mbar|
|Operating temperature||-13 / +122ºC||-13 / +122ºC||-13 / +122ºC||-13 / +122ºC|
|Length||12 in||13.5 in||13.75 in||15.75 in|
|Reticle||#60||#60||#60||#60 & #43|
|Weight||21 oz||25 oz||29 oz||34 oz|
|*Subject to changes in design and scope of delivery as a result of ongoing technical development.|
Experience the sheer brilliance of the ZEISS VICTORY V8, backed by an industry-leading limited lifetime transferable warranty and a 5 year No Fault policy.
For more information on the VICTORY V8 and all ZEISS award winning products, please visit us at www.zeiss.com/us/sports-optics or join us at facebook.com/CarlZeissHuntingUS.
About the ZEISS Group:
ZEISS is an international leader in the fields of optics and optoelectronics. The more than 24,000 employees of ZEISS generated revenue of about 4.2 billion euros in fiscal year 2012/13. Founded in 1846 in Jena, the company is headquartered in Oberkochen, Germany. ZEISS has been contributing to technological progress for more than 160 years. ZEISS develops and produces solutions for the semiconductor, automotive and mechanical engineering industries, biomedical research and medical technology, as well as eyeglass lenses, camera and cine lenses, binoculars and planetariums. ZEISS is present in over 40 countries around the globe with more than 40 production facilities, around 50 sales and service locations and over 20 research and development sites. Carl Zeiss AG is fully owned by the Carl Zeiss Stiftung (Carl Zeiss Foundation).
For more information, please visit www.Zeiss.com.