Leica Trinovid 10x42 HD Binocular
About this product
The new Trinovid 42 HD model is a popular classic, which Leica has enhanced by a sophisticated carrying system. Thanks to premium HD technology the robust and lightweight compact binoculars boast razor-sharp images and superior colour neutrality, and they are available with magnification factors of 8x and 10x. The high-traction rubber-armouring makes the binoculars incomparably resilient and offers perfect grip in any weather condition.
Comes with a brown case and strap.
|Front lens diameter||42 mm|
|Exit pupil||4.2 mm|
|Eye Relieve||15 mm|
|Light transmission||90 %|
|Field of view at 1,000 m||113 m|
|Field of view at 1,000 yds||355 ft|
|Subjective angle of view||61ø|
|Close focusing distance||approx. 5.3 ft /1.6 m|
|Diopter compensation||4 diopters|
|Eyepieces for eyeglass wearers||yes, removable, with 4 click stops|
|Adjustable interpupillary distance||58 76 mm|
|Focusing||Internal focusing via the central focusing device|
|Watertightness||Watertight to a depth of 3 ft / 4 m|
Really impressed by these binocs, watched a fallow buck for 30 minutes and the sharpness and brightness of the view was superb.
These Binos are great. Just back from Tahr Hunt and they performed really well. Can recommend them for any Hunting. Many thanks for a great purchase and great service. Cheers Robbie Johnston
I received helpful advice from Jacobs re binoculars and their suggested purchase is ideal for my use. The clarity of the Leica HD 10 x 42 binoculars is excellent, they are a good size and not heavy. Not 100% convinced with the case but I’m sure it will come to its own when tramping/walking. Very happy with this purchase.
Very nice and bright viewing, easy to spot animals at a distance. Don't like the diopter adjustment, when you rotate the cups out for viewing you can accidentally move the diopter adjustment ring resulting in blurred vision. When I left the cups rotated out and removed the protective caps one of the cups would come out of the binoculars altogether, not handy when you are in snow, the winds blowing and you are wearing gloves.