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Sig Sauer ZULU6 10x30mm Image Stabilized Graphite Binoculars SOZ61001

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Introducing the ZULU6 series of image-stabilized binoculars from SIG SAUER. With its 2-axis gimbal providing razor-sharp optical image stabilization, the ZULU6 compensates for natural human motion providing the clarity of a mounted spotting scope in a handheld, portable package. The ZULU6’s lightweight construction, spectracoat, lenshield, and lensarmor technology means that it is ready for any environment. Available in a 10x and 16x magnification, the ZULU6 is guaranteed to provide extreme clarity with unmatched image stability.

Specifications

Binocular Weight:18.6 oz
Binocular Magnification:10x
Objective Lens Diameter:30mm
Binocular Eye Relief:15mm
Field of View:5.2
Range:+/- 3
Close Focus Range:8.2m
Interpupillary Distance:56-75mm
UPC798681639069
MPNSOZ61001
Product TypeShop All Binoculars
BrandShop All Sig Sauer
Date First AvailableNovember 04, 2020
Last UpdatedJanuary 16, 2023
Sig Sauer ZULU6 10x30mm Image Stabilized Graphite Binoculars SOZ61001
Average Rating:

By Tony on December 5, 2022

Compared to mh Canon IS II 10x30's, which I thought were quite adequate, these are brighter and with slightly better stabilisation. Can't say anything different about colors/aberration, hard to worry about that with stabilized bino's. The ZULU6 is also smaller and lighter than the Canon, and you don't have to keep pressing a button to stabilize as on the Canon. The only ergonomic downside is that the focus knob are way out in front and thus you can't easily adjust focus with my index finger as I would normally hold the bino's. The Canon's got this part right.

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