Determine more details with excellent image quality.

Zeiss’ excellent optics provide detailed images, even in the dark, enabling hunters to accurately identify their targets for maximum hunting success.

ZEISS Conquest V4

Based on a 4x zoom ratio, the Conquest V4 series features a 30mm primary lens barrel that offers 90% incident optical transmission, a 0.25 MOA click value, a wind resistance turret with cover or external locking wind resistance turret, a large range of total height and wind resistance travel, and a variety of conventional and intelligent second focal plane markers.


The ZEISS Conquest V4 is in complete harmony with the huge field of view and magnification, making these compact scopes perfect for a variety of searches and captures. Presenting the versatility of the medium-length variety. The Conquest V4 scopes are suitable for hunters and shooters whose lifestyle and adventures encompass classic and very long searches, as well as photo-taking and long variety photography. These scopes are designed to be a light weight, high performance product line for several demanding observation and capture procedures. They are ideal for any common kind.

ZEISS LRP S3 Rifle Scope

ZEISS’ LRP S3 scope is equipped with advanced optics that enable shooters to quickly locate and define targets. Optical performance is ensured through the use of ultra-low dispersion (ED) lens elements and ZEISS’ proprietary multilayer lens coatings for optimal color fidelity, image brightness and edge-to-edge clarity across the entire field of view. In addition, the new scope provides 90% light transmission.


Designed for long-range precision shooting and hunting, the scopes include an impressive total height travel, advanced optics, daylight-visible illuminated markers, ballistic stops and external locking windage turrets. The line includes two models, the LRP S3 425-50 and 636-56, both of which are available in Milliradian (MRAD) or Minute of Angle (MOA) configurations. Illumination is controlled by a dial on the parallax knob. There are five different illumination levels for red and green, with an “off” between each level. This is my favorite type of lighting control because it is so quick and straightforward to use.


The LRP S3 is compact and rugged with a 34mm aluminum main tube monocoque, impact tested to 1,500 grams and waterproof to 400 mbar. It is designed for extreme use in rugged terrain.

ZEISS Conquest Gavia 85 Spotting Scope

The ZEISS Conquest Gavia 85 Spotting Scope features a magnesium alloy housing that is lighter and more compact than most instruments equipped with an 85mm objective lens. This makes it as useful for casual weekend backpackers as it is for mountain athletes. The rubber armor covering the housing is non-slip and has a nice tactile feel.


The high-resolution lens system and fast focus transform photos into memorable images. Whether you’re photographing a single bird or an entire flock, the Conquest Gavia 85’s 60x magnification allows nature watchers to get the most out of their wildlife, ensuring no detail is overlooked. The universal tripod plate is compatible with a range of tripods.


For added clarity, the oscilloscope’s lens has a LotuTec HD coating. This keeps the lens fog-proof. Overall, this is a winner for those who want to observe very long distances without losing clarity and control over the scope.

Zeiss Conquest Mono Monocular

Zeiss monoculars are equipped with achromatic lenses, which means you don’t have to deal with any chromatic aberrations even in twilight. Chromatic aberration is the dispersion of an image.


These lenses bring two different wavelengths of light in the same plane and you won’t see any purple fringes in the image caused by light dispersion.


ZEISS’ multi-layer optical processing ensures maximum clarity and image quality at any distance and even in the worst lighting conditions. These monoculars are lightweight and portable devices that are perfect for taking into nature or performing.

Zeiss DTI 3/25

Zeiss has developed what they call the “ErgoControl operating concept”, which is designed to allow you to use thermal devices without interference. The main body is a combination of plastic and aluminum, covered with what I call soft-touch material and rubber. Your fingers never really touch the metal, which is nice once the weather gets cold. The smart positioning of the buttons allows intuitive control of each function. Even with gloves on, you can quickly identify the perfectly shaped control elements. The camera is powered by a built-in lithium-ion rechargeable battery with up to 10 hours of battery life. It is approximately 7.5 inches long and weighs 14.5 ounces. With an IP66 rating, it protects against dust and water ingress. Allows for use in extreme weather conditions.


The DTI 3/25 can record up to 15GB of photos and video, but you can also live stream or share the data to your phone with the Zeiss Hunting app. Whether for observation and tracking, or for faster and more accurate identification of prey, this high-quality thermal imaging system ensures that hunters can accurately identify details even at distances of more than 1200 meters. The Zeiss DTI 3/35 thus offers hunters considerable advantages when stalking at night or hunting from long distances with hides rumbling through fields.

Buying Guide


When choosing a hunting scope, the first thing to consider is what kind of hunt you will be doing. Are you looking for open grasslands and high mountain ridges? Or are you planning on hunting in forested areas with short sight lines? To find the best scope for your hunt, read on as we break down some of the factors that may influence your decision.




Magnification is one of the most important aspects of a rifle scope. Magnification is the range you can zoom into with your naked eye vision. In other words, an oscilloscope with 2X magnification is twice as large as your naked eye.

Magnification is expressed in power level increments and is indicated by the first digit in the scope’s name. For example, in the variable zoom 1-4x32mm range, the magnification will be 1-4 times what you see with the naked eye. In a fixed range, such as the 4x32mm range, the magnification is fixed at 4x what can be seen by the human eye.

Magnification is largely preferred. If you are a hunter shooting at moving targets under 100 yards, 3-9x will perform well. If you want to shoot bullseye from 750 yards, then a scope with a larger magnification range like the 5-30x may suit your style.


Objective Lens

The objective lens of a scope faces the end of the rifle barrel and transmits light to the hunter’s eye. The most common objective size for hunting rifle scopes is about 40mm wide.

Some hunters prefer the wider field of view of a 50mm objective lens. They also transmit more light in the early morning and evening, potentially giving hunters a few more seconds to shoot. Other hunters who want a lighter, more compact scope prefer a 32mm objective. I’ve used both, and frankly, I don’t see any significant advantage of the 32mm or 50mm over the 40mm. Also, the 50mm lens has a heavier scope, while the 32mm lens has a narrower field of view.


Lens Coating

Most rifle scopes have special coatings on the lenses to reduce the amount of light lost as it travels through the scope to your eyes. These coatings reduce the scattering and reflection of light as it passes through the scope, which allows more light to reach your eyes and increases the clarity and contrast of the image you see. Lenses can be coated, multilayer coated or fully multilayer coated, with the latter being the most effective in reducing light loss. Despite the increased cost, we always recommend choosing multi-layer coated lenses.



For many in the scope and sight market, this can be a success or failure feature. While sights are excellent at achieving fast target acquisition and excellent performance at close range, some of their open lens configurations can fail in less than perfect weather.

Whenever it rains, snows or is in muddy terrain, you will have to clean the lenses every time to keep your view clear. If you want more durable and weatherproof optics that can survive most types of weather, you will need to explore tubular scopes that offer more coverage protection.



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