Zeiss Optimizes Victory SF Binoculars

Zeiss Optimizes Victory SF Binoculars


Thornwood, NY—Zeiss Victory SF binoculars are now available with new product features. Thanks to ongoing development of the focusing system, users will benefit from more precise and smoother handling.

And an additional click stop was integrated into the rotating eyecup. This allows for four selectable click stop positions. The line is also now offered with new black armoring.

Zeiss Victory SF binoculars’ optimized center drive with SmartFocus enables more precise, smoother handling.

“We are raising the term SmartFocus to a totally new dimension that is unparalleled in the world of binoculars,” said Dr. Gerold Dobler, head of Product Management at Carl Zeiss Sports Optics GmbH.

“The Zeiss Victory SF continues to feature the unique ErgoBalance concept that makes viewing over long periods particularly easy, ergonomic and fatigue-free. To ensure that the user’s arm muscles are subjected to minimum strain, the center of gravity has been shifted toward the eyepiece. The low overall weight of the instrument also plays a major role.”

Zeiss Victory SF Field of View at 8x

The sweet spot of the focus wheel is located 1.8 revolutions from infinity to the minimum focusing distance of one-and-a-half meters. This is designed to produce an ideal combination of fast and convenient focusing.

Additionally, the binoculars offers a high transmission of 92%. Also provided is a large field of view of 395 feet at 10x and 485 feet at 8x magnification.

Zeiss Victory SF 8×42

Additionally, as in the past, the binoculars are “Made in Germany” and manufactured at the Wetzlar production site.

The Zeiss Victory SF 8×42 with 8x magnification permits steady observation with depth of field, even under adverse light conditions.

The Zeiss Victory SF 10×42 is built to enable relaxed, long-range viewing into the night. As a result of its ergonomic design, the user can view the 10x magnification comfortably. zeiss.com