The LEICA DUOVID 10 + 15 x 50 features selectable magnification, a worldwide innovation. This model offers the choice of 10x and 15 x magnification. Because of its flexibility, the LEICA DUOVID 10 + 15 x 50 is eminently suitable for the varied and unforeseeable situations that occur during leisure time and travel.
In the 10x setting, this Duovid model is a fast, universal binocular that, with a mere flick of the hand, becomes a double telescope: Details that up to now could only be discerned with spotting scopes can now also be seen with the Duovid by switching it to the 15x magnification - and that with both eyes!
In open fields and in the mountains, observation often has to be performed over great distances. The 15x magnification is just right for such occasions . The 10x magnification, on the other hand, provides a good overview of the area.
The discussion of the "right" magnification of a binocular is endless. The optimal magnification does not depend on the numbers, but on the respective observation circumstances. Leica Duovid binoculars meet these requirements.
The functional Tripod Adapter with 1.4" thread for all Trinovid and Duovid binoculars provides prolonged vibration-free observation - without danger of damage to the binocular. A tripod adapter is included with the Duovid 10 + 15 x 50 binocular.
Reviewed by 2 customers
This is the ultimate pair of glasses...No need to pack a spotting scope.. Crystal clear excellent low light images..I have owned just about every kind of glass made no joking low end to high end after 32 years in the field I willl say these so -far are the ultimate>>> hands down...These are heavy/// not as heavy as a pair of bino and spotting scope// but with that new s-4 lock down carry I dont even know I have them... If u have the money then buy these they are the best
This is the perfect choice if you are looking for the best opticts in the market. Incredible light gathering capabilities. Rugged and solid construction. Expensive. Diffucult to have a stable image when hand held, specially in long distance viewing. Changing magnifications is cumbersome.