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Leica Trinovid HD 8x42 VS Zeiss Conquest HD 8x42

Introduction of Leica Trinovid HD 8x42 VS Zeiss Conquest HD 8x42

Leica and Zeiss both have an admirable pedigree when it comes to the binoculars market. Both of these companies have been the top-selling manufacturer in the industry.

It is remarkably difficult to stand out of the crowd if the products are so alike, like the Zeiss Conquest HD 8x42, and the Leica Trinovid HD 8x42.

Both brands produce high-quality optics in Wetzlar, Germany – even though this model of Leica binoculars is made in Portugal.

With history stretching back, the first Leica Trinovid already came into the picture in the 60s, while the first Zeiss Conquest was produced in the 2000s.

Why is that? You guessed it – to compete for its customers.

Leica Trinovid HD 8x42Zeiss Conquest HD 8x42

Leica Trinovid HD 8x42 VS Zeiss Conquest HD 8x42

Both the Leica Trinovid HD 8x42, and the Zeiss Conquest HD 8x42 are suitable for hunting, and birdwatching.

If you are a hiker and are willing to spend more money on a good pair of binoculars, then these also work faultlessly.

Video Review of the Leica Trinovid 8x42 Binoculars

Video Review of the Zeiss Conquest HD 8x42 Binoculars

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You can also read our Ultimate 8x42 Binoculars Buying Guide here .

Leica Trinovid VS Zeiss Conquest Comparison Table

  Leica Trinovid 8x42 HD Binoculars

Leica Trinovid 8x42 HD Binoculars

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Zeiss Conquest HD 8x42

Zeiss Conquest HD 8x42

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Short Description Leica Trinovid 8x42 HD Zeiss Conquest HD 8x42
Manufacturer Leica Zeiss
Color Black Black
Type of prism Roof - Schmidt/Pechan Roof - Schmidt/Pechan
Diopter adjustment - 4.0 / + 4.0 dpt +4 / -4 dpt
Twilight Factor 18.33 18.33
Relative Brightness 28.1 28.1
Light transmittance 90% 90 %
Built in Range finder No No
Working temperature range - -30° / +60°C
Fogproof Yes Yes
Water proof Yes Yes
Made in Portugal Germany
In production since 2016 2012
Able to float No No
Variable magnification No No
Type of Body Single hinge Single hinge
Tripod compliant No No
Image stabilization (IS) No No
Built-in Compass No No
Focusing system Central Central
Filled with Nitrogen Nitrogen
Lens coatings Fully Multicoated Fully Multicoated
Special features Central focusing, Fogproof, Fully multicoated, Shockproof, Waterproof Central focusing, Fogproof, Fully multicoated, Waterproof
Warranty 10 years 10 years
Material No No
Magnification. 8.0000 8.0000
Lens size diameter. 42.0000 42.0000
Field of view - FOV... 124.0000 128.0000
Exit pupil. 5.3000 5.3000
Eye relief distance. 17.0000 18.1800
Weight. 817.9000 840.3100
Closest focusing distance. 1.8000 2.0000
Length. 140.0000 174.4300
Minimal interpupillary distance. 65.0400 No
Maximal interpupillary distance. 85.2200 No
Width. 132.0400 135.4200
Height. 74.4800 56.4300
Diopter setting location Right eye-piece Right eye-piece
 
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Leica VS Zeiss Price Comparison

The price is one of the many fields where it is difficult to set Leica and Zeiss apart, as there is only €110 of difference.

Leica Trinovid HD costs €1,090.00 and the Zeiss Conquest HD costs €1,200.00.

Leica VS Zeiss Body Comparison

  • Proportions of the two binoculars are almost identical, as both are small, lightweight, and compact.

  • Leica is more lightweight, at 730 g, and Zeiss heavier at 750 g.
  • Both come in black and have a magnesium internal housing, with a rubber exterior.

  • But since accidents do happen, both also have a 10-year warranty.

  • What is more, the two models are filled with nitrogen, so dropping your binoculars in water should not pose a problem either.

Leica VS Zeiss Optics Comparison

  • The dissimilarities are hardly noticeable, for example; Zeiss Conquest HD 8x42 has a 128 m / 1000 m field of view,

  • in contrast to Leica Trinovid HD's 124 mm / 1000 m field of view.

  • For those who wear glasses, Leica is easier to use, since it has a 17 mm eye relief,

  • in contrast to Zeiss' 16 mm eye relief.

Leica VS Zeiss Purpose Comparison

Comparing the purpose of Leica Trinovid HD and the Zeiss Conquest HD binoculars would be like comparing the same product – impossible, as they are too similar to even have a favorite.

Leica Trinovid HD 8x42 mm

Leica Trinovid HD 8x42

Leica Trinovid HD 8x42

Pros

  • build quality

  • accessories

  • eye relief (easier to use with glasses)

  • size

  • price

Cons

  • no traditional bag included

  • field of view

Zeiss Conquest HD 8x42 mm

Zeiss Conquest HD 8x42

Zeiss Conquest HD 8x42

Pros

  • small mass 

  • optical performance in the €1000 benchmark

  • binoculars made in Germany

Cons

  • eye relief (only 16 mm)

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