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Rediscover birdwatching with the ZEISS Victory® SF. Experience the spectacle of nature up close and in person using its exceptional optics and unrivalled wide-angle visual field. Thanks to its low weight, its unique engineering and the dynamic fast-focus feature, extended observation becomes a relaxed and non-tiring experience. The Victory SF represents a new standard in the 125-year history of ZEISS binoculars for bird and nature watching.
Whether in thick reeds, bushes or wooded areas, the goal is to find hard-to-reach birds and to follow them for as long as possible until the moment when you are sure that the beauty of their details is at its optimum visibility. The new ZEISS Victory SF 32 was developed for moments like these
Extremely wide visual field
To find a bird you are looking for, you need the best possible overview. Birds often hide in thick vegetation or large flocks, meaning that you need a visual field in which you can see the smallest movement or other sign of life from the bird. The ZEISS Victory SF binoculars’ extended visual field magnifies the observable area by up to 20% compared to other binoculars. Depending on the model, the visual field is between 120m and 155m. This provides you with the overview you need for situations like these.
Exceptional image quality
The demands of bird identification leave no room for compromise. To reliably identify different species the smallest details often have to be recognised in a matter of seconds. The ZEISS Victory SF range was developed to handle the most demanding birdwatching situations. The optical performance has been maximised using a UFL Concept. ZEISS uses this to guarantee top-quality resolution and colour accuracy–for those critical birdwatching moments.
Our expert comment:
The new Victory SF in black features new rubber armouring and the eyecup also has a new additional locking step. The focusing mechanism has been slightly improved again.