Leica Ultravid 10X 42 mm Binoculars

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posted on July 23, 2015
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Leica’s Ultravid HD-PLUS 42 mm binoculars use new objective HD/HT glass elements designed to provide the hunter with bright, sharp images perfect for game scouting and glassing before and during the hunt. The new glass for lenses and prisms, along with new proprietary coatings, provides for a signi cantly increased transmission of light—up to 92 percent.

This increased transmission, particularly in the blueviolet band, allows for optimum viewing during low-light conditions, which is critical for spotting prey during peak activity in the early dawn and twilight hours. In addition to a brighter viewing image, these binoculars offer an increased dynamic range in all viewing situations.

The prisms of the Ultravid HD-PLUS binoculars are made from speci ed and precisely formulated Schott HT glasses, and are created using a new, high-temperature plasma coating process that deposits thin lms of the highestquality materials on the lens surface. The process allows for increased performance and higher contrast with nearperfect image color.

The new Ultravid HD-PLUS models also include AquaDura coating protection against water, dirt and fogging, and a rugged, waterproof construction made of titanium and magnesium. You can bring these binoculars anywhere your hunting excursions take you, and they will perform exceptionally under all weather conditions.

The Ultravid HD-PLUS series includes three models, all with 42 mm lenses, at 7X, 8X and 10X magni cation.The binoculars measure 4.72"x2.68"x5.79" and weigh 27 ozs.


Price: $2,500
Contact: Leica Sport Optics, 1 Pearl Court, Unit A, Allendale, NJ 07401
(201) 995-0051
us.leica-camera.com

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