Binoculars – a great tool for a lot of things where the activity includes any kind of shooting. Regardless if you’re hiking, hunting or spotting hits for yourself or a friend, they’re a great tool to get a closer look at the target and what’s going on there. One of the main issues is stability, it’s a constant battle. If you don’t have enough magnification you can’t see, and if you go too high on the magnification you can’t get a steady image.
SIG Sauer has now introduced a series of image-stabilized binoculars named ZULU6. They’re available in either 10 or 16 power magnification with either a 30 or 42 mm objective lens diameter. You can check and choose between the two models here.
Here is how ISG Sauer describes the new binoculars:
Introducing the ZULU6 series of image-stabilized binoculars from SIG SAUER. With its 2-axis gimbal providing razor-sharp optical image stabilization, the ZULU6 compensates for natural human motion providing the clarity of a mounted spotting scope in a handheld, portable package. The ZULU6’s lightweight construction, spectracoat, lenshield, and lensarmor technology means that it is ready for any environment. Available in a 10x and 16x magnification, the ZULU6 is guaranteed to provide extreme clarity with unmatched image stability.
ZULU6 10×30 mmBelow: Side-view of the SIG Sauer ZULU6 16×42 mm.
SIG Sauer says: “Stability equals clarity“. They have a point.
ZULU6 10×30 mm is available for $799.99.
ZULU6 16×42 mm is priced at $899.99.
I’m quite tempted to try these and see the result. I’ve been using their KILO3000BDX 10×42 mm for a while and I’m quite impressed by the optical quality as well as the functionality.
What do you think? Is this something you’ve been waiting for?