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Steiner Ranger 2-8x42 vs Zeiss Conquest V4 4-16x44

Introduction of the Steiner Ranger 2-8x42 vs Zeiss Conquest V4 4-16x44

Both companies are from Germany.

Steiner was founded in 1947.

Zeiss was founded in 1846 .

Steiner Ranger 2-8x42 and Zeiss Conquest V4 4-16x44 are Hunting Rifle Scope and Rifle Scope for Stalking. Zeiss is also All-round Hunting Rifle Scopes, Long Range Hunting Rifle Scopes and Rifle Scopes for Mountain Hunting

Both Steiner and Zeiss make high-end optics.

Steiner Ranger 2-8x42Zeiss Conquest V4 4-16x44

Video review of the Steiner Rifle Scope


Video review of the Steiner reticle


Video review of the Zeiss Rifle Scope


Video review of the Zeiss reticle


Steiner Ranger 2 VS Zeiss Conquest V4 Comparison Table

  Zeiss Conquest V4 4-16x44

Zeiss Conquest V4 4-16x44

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Steiner Ranger 2-8x42

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Short Description Zeiss Conquest V4 4-16x44 Steiner Ranger 2-8x42
Manufacturer Zeiss Steiner
Color Black No
Diopter adjustment -3 / +2 Dpt - 3.0 / + 2.0 dpt
Twilight Factor 11.5 - 26.5
Light transmittance -
Built in Range finder No No
Working temperature range -20 / +55 °C - 25 / + 65°C
Fogproof Yes Yes
Water proof Yes Yes
Shock proof Yes Yes
Made in Japan -
In production since 2020 2015
Variable magnification Yes Yes
Tube size/diameter 30 mm 30 mm
Type of mount rail No No
Parallax setting Adjustable 100 m
Parallax adj. Yes - side focus No
Parallax adustment range 10 m - Infinity
Fast focus eyepiece type Yes Yes
Reticle illumination No Yes
Usable at daytime No Yes
Illumination color Red Red
Reticle position 2. focal plane - SFP 2. focal plane - SFP
Click Value 7mm/100m - 1/4MOA 10mm/100m - 0.10MIL
Filled with Nitrogen Nitrogen
Lens coatings Fully Multicoated Fully Multicoated
Special features Fast focus, Fogproof, Fully multicoated, Mount rail, Parallax adjustment, Shockproof, Variable, Waterproof Fast focus, Fogproof, Fully multicoated, Illuminated reticle, Shockproof, Variable, Waterproof
Objective size diameter 50 mm 51 mm
Reticle No No
Warranty 10 years 10 years
Type of Turret BDC Capped
Number of Turret Turns DT - Double Turn MT - Multi Turn
Automatic Turn Off - -
Direction of turret rotation CCW CCW
Lens size diameter. 44.0000 42.0000
Maximal field of view. 10.5700 20.3583
Min. magnification. 4.4500 2.2269
Weight. 715.3300 653.8522
Max. magnification. 16.0000 8.9077
Minimal eye relief. 90.0000 90.0000
Size of Dot. No No
Length. 356.0000 340.6777
Mount length. No No
Minimal exit pupil. 2.8000 5.9052
Minimal field of view. 2.4000 4.7000
Elevation - mrad. 25.6600 13.9465
Mounting rail. No No
Locking turrets No No
Zero-Stop Yes No
Scope Rail Standard No No
Mounting Standard No -
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Steiner VS Zeiss Price Comparison

Zeiss costs 1000€ and Steiner costs 999€

Steiner VS Zeiss Body Comparison

  • Steiner has 585g and Zeiss has 640g in weight.

  • Steiner is shorter. It has 303mm in length and Zeiss has 356mm.

  • Both have 30mm tube diameter.

  • Steiner has fixed parallax at 100m and Zeiss has adjustable (side focus) 50m to infinity.

Steiner VS Zeiss Optics Comparison

Minimal magnification of Steiner is 2x and Zeiss is 4x. Maximal is 8x at Steiner and 16x at Zeiss.

Zeiss has maximal field of view 9.5m/100m, while Steiner has 18.3m/100m. Zeiss has minimal field of view 2.4m/100m and Steriner has 4.7m/100m.

Both have 90mm eye relief.

Both have reticle in SFP.

Zeiss has illuminated dot only with reticle 60.

Steiner Ranger 2-8x42

Steiner Ranger 2-8x42


  • optical quallity

  • central and edge sharpness

  • great definition of dot

  • illumination

  • field of view

  • length

  • weight


  • maximal magnification

Zeiss Conquest V4 4-16x44

Zeiss Conquest V4 4-16x44


  • zero stop

  • adjustable parallax

  • elevation


  • length

  • weight

  • minimal magnification

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