Zeiss 10x30 B MC T* Conquest, Water Proof Roof Prism Binocular with 5.5 Degree Angle of View, U.S.A.

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• The best-in-class solution for those who need brilliant daylight performance, the sharpest, clearest, brightest view, and the best possible twilight performance in a full-sized glass!
• They extend the Zeiss line in the medium price category to allow a wide variety of applications. Their configuration and technical specifications meet the highest demands and leave absolutely nothing to be desired.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(7)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Quality lenses (6),Compact (5),Lightweight (5),Strong construction (4),Waterproof (4),Works well with glasses (3)
Best Uses:
Bird watching (6),Wildlife viewing (6),Hunting (3),Sporting events/concerts (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Casual/ recreational (4)

Zeiss Features

  • Astonishingly low weight
  • Watertight in compliance with ISO 9022-8.
  • Extremely durable, temperature-resistant housing with non-slip rubber armoring.
  • Nitrogen filling to prevent internal fogging.
  • Lockable push-pull eyecups.
  • Ergonomic design and easy operation
  • Zeiss T* multicoating.
  • Pechan-type prisms with phase correction.

Zeiss Specifications

Type of Prism
Pechan Roof Prism System
Center Focus
Real Angular Field of View
5.5
Field of View at 1000 Yards
314'
Exit Pupil
3. mm
Twilight Factor
17.3
Close Focus Distance (ft)
16.4 ft
Rubber Coated (Armored)
Yes
Waterproof / Fogproof
Yes
Dimensions
H: 5.6" ( with extended eyecup )
W: 4.3"
Weight
15.8 oz.
Special Features
Push-Pull Lockable Eyecups
Diopter Adjustment: +/- 3 dpt
Mfr #
523210
SKU
ZS1030CQ

Reviews about this item

Review Snapshot®

 
4.7

(based on 7 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Bang For Your Buck

I use and collect binoculars. My main collecting focus is Zeiss Binoculars. The 10x30 Conquest compares very well with other much higher priced units from Zeiss and other manufacturers. As a general compact these are wonderful. The view is crisp as one would expect from something wearing the Zeiss name. They are well built, light, nitrogen filled and waterproof to 4m. I have compared these to many others in my collection from Zeiss, Leica, Steiner and others. They are quite impressive and cer...

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I use and collect binoculars. My main collecting focus is Zeiss Binoculars. The 10x30 Conquest compares very well with other much higher priced units from Zeiss and other manufacturers. As a general compact these are wonderful. The view is crisp as one would expect from something wearing the Zeiss name. They are well built, light, nitrogen filled and waterproof to 4m. I have compared these to many others in my collection from Zeiss, Leica, Steiner and others. They are quite impressive and certainly hold their own. Zeiss have managed to keep the cost lower by manufacturing these in Hungary. This in no way means a lesser product. Zeiss have been manufacturing optics in several locations for over a century. Many high end Leicas are made in Portugal! They are easy to use and the dioptre once set stays put. My two dislikes are that it does not come with objective caps and I don't like the case. I have replaced my case with one made for the 10x32 Victory FL. They are definately a value for money package and much better than many of the Japanese branded Chinese made binoculars in this price range.

Reviewed by 7 customers

 
5.0

Zeiss 10x30 Bino

By

from Richfield Utah  -  Avid Adventurer

Am very pleased with this binocular. It is built solid and I find has better light, clarity and is lighter than the leupold binocular which it replaces.

 
4.0

Better than most

By

from Preston County West Virginia  -  Casual/ Recreational

These are very good binoculars. Bought these and a pair of Eagle Optics Ranger ED 10 x 32 binos to compare. The Zeiss are superior in every way except color. Edge to edge clarity is very good and brightness is good. Focus is crisp and sharp and the right eye diopter seems to be better placed as to not mess with adjustments after they are made. These are not up to the very best binoculars but for the mid-priced range they are superior and worth the extra $100-$150 you'll pay over an "okay" bino. I am going to try another pair in the 8x30 and keep one or the other. The price paid at Adorama was one of the best found.

 
4.0

Incorrect specs, but not a bad binocular

By

from southern USA  -  Occasional Shooter

There are some incorrect specs listed here for this bino. The weight is actually 4 ounces more than stated, which is a substantial difference, and a significant oversight. Also, the eyecups are not actually the pull-up type, but are in fact the more common (and better) twist-up type. They do not have any intermediate detent positions. These have a very good construction quality. Eyecups feel very solid. Focus wheel has an extremely small amount of backlash. Not enough to make a difference when using, but it is there if you look for it. The wheel moves very smoothly. Be aware that some examples of the 30mm Conquest have very stiff focus wheels. Diopter adjustment is on the far end of the hinge, so not nearly as convenient as most other designs. If you are one of those who needs to adjust the diopter frequently, you will not like this setup. Hinge is adequately tight, and so far holds position during normal use. The rubber armor is IMO quite nice. Not too sticky or too smooth. I really like the feel in the hand, probably due to the slight bulge in the barrels which makes them conform to the hand very well. The longitudinal ridges are not intrusive, an in fact add to the secure feel in the hand. The view is very sharp. Slightly sharper than the Leupold Mojave 10x32 and the Nikon M7 10x32, which are it's two closest competitors in it's current price range. It is not as sharp as a $900 Kowa Prominar 10x33, as one might reasonably expect. Brightness is slightly higher than the Leupold and Nikon. Not by an amount that would make a useable difference, but the difference is there. They are not nearly as bright as the Kowa. Sweet spot is very wide, moreso than most other binoculars in it's price range. I cannot evaluate chromatic aberration as of yet, but so far none had been seen. Keep in mind that a 10x33 bino is best suited for bright conditions. As a whole, the view is good considering it's current price (it would *not* be worth the original retail price). It's view is slightly better than the slightly less expensive Mojave and Monarch 7, but not to a huge extent. The Mojave will be a better buy to some, as it does cost about $100 less and yet does provide a very good view that comes close to the Conquest. Be aware however that although it is a Zeiss, it is not a top-level 10x30, and not even a mid-level one either. The mid-level Kowa Prominar HD, which can be had for around $900, is a substantially better binocular. One has to decide if the much better view is worth the extra money. Even though it's view is not as good as the Kowa (which is within an inch or two of that of an alpha), I will most likely keep them anyway, as my wife has appropriated my 10x33 Kowa for her own. BTW, these do not come with objective lens covers. This does not bother me, as I keep my binos in the case when not in use. Covers are not needed when the binos are in use, and are not needed when they are in the case. Lastly, do not confuse these with the current Conquest HD. The Conquest HD line is a better and more advanced (and heavier) binocular than the older Conquest.

 
5.0

unbeatable at this price

By

from southwest Louisiana  -  Casual/ Recreational

Zeiss quality and clarity under $400. You would have to spend twice as much to get a better midsized binocular. The 10X really helps for seeing fine details with older eyes while birding or hunting.

 
5.0

What a performer!

By

from Australia Sydney  -  Casual/ Recreational

This Zeiss binoculars is the best you can find on the market for this price. You can forget all the other over priced products you can find but you will not beat this binoculars. The image is impeccable and so bright that you would not find in any other brand. For this 10X30 class Zeiss clearly made a winner no one could compete. You will not find better investment !

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Simply Brilliant

By

from Australia Sydney  -  Casual/ Recreational

I purchased this binoculars from Adroma. This Zeiss binoculars is just simply brilliant in every condition. I use it for wale and bird watching, it surprises me with such performance that few could match in the market. You could purchase those more expensive products on the market, but I would guaranteed you for the extra money you pay there will not be the same extra performance you will get! Do not be fooled by the price! It is a "BARGAIN"! You will never regret for it!

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Bang For Your Buck

By

from Sydney, Australia  -  Avid Adventurer

I use and collect binoculars. My main collecting focus is Zeiss Binoculars. The 10x30 Conquest compares very well with other much higher priced units from Zeiss and other manufacturers. As a general compact these are wonderful. The view is crisp as one would expect from something wearing the Zeiss name. They are well built, light, nitrogen filled and waterproof to 4m. I have compared these to many others in my collection from Zeiss, Leica, Steiner and others. They are quite impressive and certainly hold their own. Zeiss have managed to keep the cost lower by manufacturing these in Hungary. This in no way means a lesser product. Zeiss have been manufacturing optics in several locations for over a century. Many high end Leicas are made in Portugal! They are easy to use and the dioptre once set stays put. My two dislikes are that it does not come with objective caps and I don't like the case. I have replaced my case with one made for the 10x32 Victory FL. They are definately a value for money package and much better than many of the Japanese branded Chinese made binoculars in this price range.

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