The notion of a magnifying optical sight goes back centuries. Experiments as early as the 18th century attempted to mount a telescope on a rifle as a sighting aid.
How did Zeiss—known for its image quality and a price point to match—pull off an optic worthy of its logo with a down-to-earth price?
The Zeiss Terra 3-9X 42 mm with Z-Plex reticle was tested on a Heym SR-21 bolt action in .300 Win. Mag. See just how it fared on the range.
In its efforts to appeal to a wider audience, Zeiss has introduced the newest addition to its HD Conquest line.
Richard Moncrief of Carl Zeiss Sports Optics introduced the company's newest riflescopes at SHOT Show 2014.
Carl Zeiss Sports Optics has kicked off its holiday promotions with the announcement of seasonal rebates of up to $100 on select products.
Zeiss has brought out 8x32 and 10x32 binoculars in its CONQUEST line of optics.
Photos from the Carl Zeiss optics factory in its native land of Germany, where Editorial Director John Zent got a behind-the-scenes tour of the process that goes into making high-quality optics.
The Victory is part of a new class of “optronic” instruments-which marry optical and electronic components-that do the thinking for you.