Designed to produce crisp and clear wide-angle views that remain bright in challenging light or at high zoom, the ZEISS Victory Harpia 95 Spotting Scope is engineered for the superb performance hunters, birders, and outdoor enthusiasts have come to expect from the brand.
Its performance begins with the use of extra-low dispersion fluoride glass, which virtually eliminates color fringing and halos caused by chromatic aberration, ensuring views are crisp and sharp with accurate color fidelity. Additionally, ZEISS' proprietary T* full multi-coat system maximizes light transmission to improve color rendition, contrast, and clarity, while an exterior lens surface LotuTec coating ensures oils, sap, dust, and dirt are easy to clean off without residue. The oversized 95mm objective lens draws in copious amounts of light to ensure images remain clear and sharp, even in low or challenging light such as at dawn and dusk, and helps to keep views bright when observing at high magnifications at very long range. This version of the Harpia 95 is offered here with the spotting scope body only; an optional eyepiece is required for proper use.
To make viewing more comfortable, the eyepiece holder is set at a 45° angle, which places the user's head in a natural position whether they're sitting, standing, or lying prone. A rotating tripod collar enables the user to further position the eyepiece precisely where they want it to limit head movement when using the spotter with other optics, like a rangefinder or a firearm. A dual-speed focusing mechanism ensures tack-sharp images, and front threads allow the use of filters, like polarizing or ND, to enhance and sharpen views even more. The optical tube is nitrogen filled and O-ring sealed to be water and fogproof in even the harshest conditions, with a standard 1/4"-20 that makes it easy to mount onto most photo/video/field tripods and other support systems.
From the woods, to the mountains, to the steppes, the Victory Harpia 95 delivers expansive and panoramic views with enhanced clarity and brightness and true color representation.