This Zeiss 8x42 Roof Prism Bundle comes with $211.40 worth of free accessories including a Lowepro Field Station Beltpack, Dark Olive, Field Optics Research Binocular EyeShield, Field Optics Research Rapid-Release Binocular Adapter, Field Optics Research GunPod Rifle Rest, Field Optics Research PhotoPod Camera Adapter, Field Optics Research BinoPod Harness, Field Optics Research POCK Combo Pack and a Field Optics Research Cleaning Solution Spray Bottle, 2oz and Shipping is free! .
The Zeiss Conquest 8 x 42 HD Binocular is designed for all-around use from early dawn to late dusk. A moderate magnification with a middle-of-the-road objective size makes this optic a practical choice for any application. The HD lens system, Carl Zeiss multi-layer coating and LotuTec coating deliver the high optical standard that the world has come to expect from Zeiss. A steady image, clear color fidelity, lens protection, brilliant close focus and more than 90% light transmission are all made available.
Twist-up eyecups affords comfort viewing with and without eye or sunglasses. A large center focusing knob is easily accessed even with gloves. Waterproof to 13 ft and nitrogen filled to prevent fogging and condensation, this glass work is a welcome friend in any environment for any use.
Reviewed by 2 customers
Compared both binoculars before I make a purchase. I have had Nikon binoculars for years including the Nikon Execulite 9x30 and the Nikon Execulite 12x36. I have also owned the Nikon Monarch in 8x42. Overall, I prefer the Zeiss Terra the coatings on the binoculars are phenominal! Very clear and sharp and hard to beat for the price. Plus it's a Zeiss . . .
For the price, you can get a cheap Zeiss. But for quality, the Nikon Monarch is better. The lens is clear and crisp, wide enough yet not widest, not the brightest one I've ever tried, maybe because it lacks T* coating. Build quality is good, in some point better than Germany HD. Packaging is interesting. Including free porch (Need to pay $8 for shipping). By and large, nice try Zeiss!