Reviews and Problems with Zeiss Victory 8x56 T* RF
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Carl Zeiss Victory 8x56 T* RF
6 June 2011
Conclusion: First night binoculars, equipped with rangefinders, were Leica products (Geovid 8x56 BRF and 15x56 BRF), presented at the turn of 2005 and 2006. Small wonder you can find plenty of comparisons to the Leica in our test of night rangefinder Zeiss, especially that each of these companies dealt with the topic in a different way. Let’s start the description of the Carl Zeiss Victory’s 8x56 T* RF test results.
Pros: very solid and well-build casing,, low astigmatism,, slight coma,, sharp image in almost whole field of view,, very low brightness loss on the edge of the field of view,, good blackening inside inner tubes,, circular pupils on a black background,, high quality of prisms.
Cons: very weak transmission in the tube with a mirror,, verage colour rendition,, noticeable chromatic aberration on the edge of the field of view.