When Carl Zeiss launched the first 10x42 Dialyt model on the market in 1968, the whole concept of binoculars was redefined. As a result, these classics from Carl Zeiss shaped a whole generation of binoculars. From form to function - the standard had been set.
The low light 56x night-time binoculars continue to be a reliable and long-lasting companion, and remain a fixed part of the product range. They have proved themselves in everyday hunting situations and are greatly appreciated for their timeless performance. In twilight and night-time conditions, in particular, the robust, easy-to-use hunting binoculars ensure clarity and visibility.
Large, low light, 56 mm lenses and an 8x magnification produce a stable image and a good overview - field-proven by generations of hunters. For stand hunting of nocturnal game, the Dialyt is a classic companion with a constantly improved optical performance.
The robust, tried and tested design has been popular for decades and remains the classic among hunting binoculars. Technically focussed on the basics, these binoculars are robust and extremely easy to use. Even the ergonomic design is timeless; the binoculars sit comfortably in the hand right from the very start.
Along with the large lens opening, the low light and phase-corrected Abbe-König prism and the elaborate, constantly improved Carl Zeiss T* multi-layer coating make a crucial difference in the last vestiges of light - for those final, critical minutes.
Some products have a timeless design, which continues to influence the appearance of many subsequent products. The Dialyt, with its timeless design, definitely falls into that category. Decades after their launch, these classic hunting binoculars are also seen in the hands of young hunters - evidence of the timeless appeal of this product.
|Effective Lens Diameter||56 mm|
|Exit Pupil Diameter||7 mm|
|Field of View at 1000m||110 m|
|Apparent Field of View||51 °|
|Close Focus||7 m|
|Diopter Adjustment Range||+3.5 | -3.5 dpt|
|Pupil Distance||57 - 75 mm|
|Eye Relief||19 mm|
|Sealed against spray water||yes|
|Functional Temperature in °C||-20 | +40 °C|
at an eye width of 65 mm
|Weight in Use||1010 g|
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