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Zeiss 8x20 T* Monocular

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  • Astonishingly good image capability

  • Large field of view

  • T* multi-layer coating

  • Robust & splash-proof housing with a firm grip

  • A handy miniature telescope


Zeiss 8x20 T* Monocular


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  • Zeiss 8x20 T* Monocular


Mono 8x20 T*
The Mono 8x20 T* is a handy miniature telescope for when you are out and about. Whether you are on an excursion, on holiday, at the zoo or at the circus, you will have a richer experience, as this Mono quickly finds and identifies even the smallest details. The coated optics ensure high image quality.

Small but powerful
For sporting events, in the theatre or in the great outdoors, the Monos are the masters of versatility, fitting snugly in a jacket pocket or handbag. Depending on the model, they are ideal for use as magnifying glasses or even for binocular amplification. They can turn your binoculars into a spotting scope by tripling the magnification. Even the smallest details can be seen: nothing escapes their notice. Whether you are watching dragonflies in the reeds or birds at a great distance, the Monos are an often undervalued but extremely useful aid to nature observation.

Magnification in miniature format
The Monos will surprise you with their astonishingly good image capability and large field of view in the smallest of housings. Their sleek looks are an elegant disguise for what lies within: The Carl Zeiss T* multi-layer coating ensures high transmission; in other words, it lets plenty of light in. This elaborate lens coating gives you a bright and clear image even in poor light conditions. The housing is splash-proof and robust with a firm grip.

Always at hand
Small, light and sporty - the compact Monos are always handy for nature excursions, concerts or sporting events. They bring objects to arm's length at lightning speed so you can see every single detail. A diopter adjustment is possible to up to +/- 4 diopters.

Magnification 8 x
Effective Lens Diameter 20 mm
Exit Pupil Diameter 2.5 mm
Twilight Factors 12.6
Field of View at 1000m 110 m
Subjective Viewing Angle 51 °
Close Focus 3 m
Diopter Adjustment Range 4/-4dpt
Prism System Schmidt-Pechan
Functional Temperature in °C -20 °C/ 40 °C
Height 101 mm
Weight in Use 67 g
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