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Compared to the previous models, apochromatically corrected optics combined with the new FL lenses and an 82 mm diameter objective increase the light yield by more than 6 %, and the imaging performance is clearly visible when viewing the finest, natural details and structures in the highest possible resolution. For that little bit extra in terms of experiencing nature, especially in poor lighting conditions.
LEICA APO-TELEVID 82
Top-of-the-range spotting scope delivering professional standards for all users. An innovative 4-part fluoride lens objective for maximum colour fidelity and richness of contrast. Optically neutral front lens glass to protect the APO optic, and Leica AquaDuraTM coating. Particularly short close focus distance of 3.9 metres. Rubber-protected magnesium housing, waterproofed up to 5 metres. Comes with the new variable wideangle eyepiece 25 - 50 x WW ASPH.
The LEICA APO-TELEVID 82 is the perfect tool for experiencing nature at very close range. High-quality images can be captured with a camera using photo or digital adapters.
Leica AquaDuraTM ensures greater visibility in wind and rain
It is a cold morning and the lens fogs up - that is not much fun. Fingerprints, dust and rain are also annoying when viewing. The innovative Leica AquaDuraTM coating considerably reduces these disturbing factors. As with the lotus plant, this new water and dirt-resistant protective layer on the outer glass surfaces ensures that dirt and moisture are barely able to take hold on the specially adapted surface structure of the optic. The benefit for you: reduced cleaning required - which leaves more time for viewing.Available colors and materials:
The latest Leica Televid generation redefines this standard: talking to experienced users, asking detailed questions about tried and tested constructions and completely new developments have led to a sophisticated and elegant line with 82 mm and 65 mm diameter objectives. They are the most compact spotting scopes with the shortest close focus distance in their class. The innovative APO models with their highly elaborate, apochromatic objectives use new kinds of fluoride glass (FL) for an image quality that gets even closer to the ideal. The fully rubber-protected magnesium die-cast housing keeps the sophisticated optics safely protected from tough conditions outdoors and always remains silent.
The newly developed Leica AquaDuraTM coating reduces fogging and allows moisture droplets and dirt to simply roll off ensuring clear visibility - even in wind and rain. Another innovation is the completely newly developed variable wide-angle eyepiece with 25 x to 50 x magnification. It provides the discerning observer with a spectacular subjective field of vision of over 60° which remains sharp right up to the edges - across the entire zoom range ! This is unique, and ensures a totally new viewing experience with fantastic magnification. With these and many more benefits, the innovative Televids help you to experience and understand nature even more intensively.
All new features at a glance:
|Magnesium body||Extremely lightweight and solid|
|Fully rubber armored||Noiseless and especially robust|
|Greater objective lens diameter||Allows observing under very low light conditions|
|Automatic eyepiece locking||Secure fit of the eyepieces|
|FL-lenses in HD models||More optical performance for more visible detail|
|Wide angle zoom eyepiece 25-50x WW ASPH.||Uniquely large field of view sharp to the edges|
|Newly developed optical system||Most compact spotting scopes with the closest focus in their class|
|AquaDuraTM coating||Humidity, dirt and fogging simply repels|
|10 mest solgte optikk|
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