Leica Trinovid HD 10x42 Binoculars - Black
Manufacturer code: 40319 | Our code: 122480
Leica Trinovid HD 10x42 Binoculars. The new Trinovid 42 HD model is a popular classic, thanks to premium HD technology the robust and lightweight compact binoculars boast razor-sharp images and superior colour neutrality, and they are available with magnification factors of 8x and 10x. The high-traction rubber-armouring makes the binoculars incomparably resilient and offers perfect grip in any weather condition.
- Adventure case not supplied
A New Generation
The binoculars of the Leica Trinovid family stand for durability, state-of-the-art image performance and ruggedness. Constant development has resulted in a new generation of Leica Trinovid models, and like their predecessors they offer outstanding colour fidelity, image sharpness, compact form and low weight.
Rugged And Compact
A full rubber-armour makes the new Leica Trinovid 42 models very impact-resistant. Representing a compact design with uncompromising resolution power and almost indestructible construction.
The new Leica Trinovid 42 comes with an ergonomic design that keeps the binoculars safely in the hand. It guarantees a steady grip and allows intuitive handling for absolutely precise focusing.
|Dimensions||H: 11.7cm x W: 14cm x D: 6.5cm|
|Objective Lens Diameter||42 mm|
|Exit Pupil Diameter||4.2 mm|
|Linear Field of View (@ 1000m)||113 m|
|Shortest Focusing Distance||1.6 m|
|Dioptric Compensation (±)||4|
Review by Tom.s
Amazing binoculars really well made feel great to hold the adventure strap is really good can't find a fault with these definalty worth the money field of view is impressive just awesome.
Review by Dave Cadman
Very clear in low light quick focusing carrying neck strap is very comfortable
Review by Sian Moore
These are a fantastic pair of binoculars which I use for birding. I have only been using them for a couple of weeks but so far they have a good solid feel about them and the image you get is sharp and clear. I was a bit concerned about purchasing 10x42 as I have always used 8x40 in the past but it is not a problem and I am glad I went for the higher magnification. I looked at other binoculars in the same price bracket (Zeiss and Swarovski) which were of a similar quality and feel to the Leica but I could not justify the extra cost for what is in effect the same experience.
Review by J.r.
Ive not had much chance to use them so far but impressed with the quality also like the idea of the compact carry case/action strap. better than a solid bulky case.