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Swarovski Z8i 1-8x24 vs Blaser Infinity 1-7x28

Introduction of the Swarovski Z8i 1-8x24 vs Blaser Infinity 1-7x28

Both brands come from Europe. Swarovski from Wattens in Austria and Blaser from Germany.

Blaser was founded in 1957 and Swarovski in 1949.

Swarovski Z8i 1-8x24 is on the market since 2016 and Blaser Infinity 1-7x28 since 2018.

Swarovski and Blaser both produce high-end Scopes.

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Swarovski Z8i 1-8x24 vs Blaser Infinity 1-7x28

Video Review of the Swarovski Z8i 1-8x24 Rifle Scope

 

Swarovski Z8i 1-8x24 Reticle Subtensions

 

 

Swarovski Z8i VS Blaser Infinity Comparison Table

  Blaser Infinity 1-7x28

Blaser Infinity 1-7x28

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Swarovski Z8i 1-8x24

Swarovski Z8i 1-8x24

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Short Description Blaser Infinity 1-7x28 Swarovski Z8i 1-8x24
Manufacturer Blaser Swarovski
Color Brown No
Diopter adjustment - - 3.0 / + 2.0 dpt
Twilight Factor - 2.9 - 13.9
Light transmittance 90% 93%
Built in Range finder No No
Working temperature range - - 20 / + 55°C
Fogproof Yes Yes
Water proof Yes Yes
Shock proof Yes Yes
Made in Germany Austria
In production since 2018 2016
Variable magnification Yes Yes
Tube size/diameter 36 mm 30 mm
Type of mount rail No No
Parallax setting 100m 100 m
Parallax adj. No No
Parallax adustment range - -
Fast focus eyepiece type Yes Yes
Reticle illumination Yes Yes
Usable at daytime Yes Yes
Illumination color Red Red
Reticle position 1. focal plane - FFP 2. focal plane - SFP
Click Value 10mm/100m - 0.10MIL 10mm/100m - 0.10MIL
Filled with - Nitrogen
Lens coatings Fully Multicoated Fully Multicoated
Special features 1. focal plane, Fast focus, Fogproof, Fully multicoated, Illuminated reticle, Mount rail, Shockproof, Variable, Waterproof Fogproof, Fully multicoated, Mount rail, Shockproof, Variable, Waterproof
Objective size diameter 36 mm 30 mm
Reticle No No
Warranty 10 years 10 years
Type of Turret Capped BDC - Lockable
Number of Turret Turns MT - Multi Turn ST - Single Turn
Automatic Turn Off Yes Yes
Direction of turret rotation CCW CW
Lens size diameter. 28.0000 24.0000
Maximal field of view. 45.3900 47.2803
Min. magnification. 1.0000 1.0000
Weight. 698.5600 575.6134
Max. magnification. 7.7900 8.9077
Minimal eye relief. 90.0000 95.0000
Size of Dot. No No
Length. 358.6700 338.4290
Mount length. No No
Minimal exit pupil. 4.0000 3.0000
Minimal field of view. 6.0000 5.8961
Elevation - mrad. 11.1500 22.2917
Mounting rail. Yes Yes
Locking turrets No No
Zero-Stop No No
Scope Rail Standard Zeiss ZM/VM Swarovski SR
Mounting Standard No No
 
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Swarovski VS Blaser Price Comparison

Blaser costs about 100€ more than Swarovski. Both are under 3000€. Blaser is 2.609,00€ and Swarovski is 2.520,00€.

Swarovski VS Blaser Body Comparison

  • Blaser is quite heavier with its 625g compared to Swarovski with 515g.

  • Blaser is also longer. It has 319mm while Swarovski has 301mm.

  • Blaser has tube diamter 36mm and Swarovski has 30mm.

  • None have adjustable parallax. Both have it fixed at 100m.

Swarovski VS Blaser Optics Comparison

Minimal magnification is the same 1x. Maximal magnification is slightly better at Swarovski 8x, while Blaser has 7x.

Blaser has a better minimal field of view 6m/100m compared to Swarovski with 5.3m/100m. Swarovski has a better maximal field of view 42.5m/100m versus Blaser that has 40.8m/100m.

Swarovski also has a better eye relief of 95mm and Blaser has only 90mm.

Blaser has light transmission 90% and Swarovski has 93%.

Swarovski has a reticle in the second focal plane and Blaser has it in the first focal plane.

Swarovski Z8i 1-8x24

Swarovski Z8i 1-8x24

Pros

  • weight

  • length

  • wider field of view

  • multifunctional

  • elegant

  • better reticle illumination

  • SFP reticle

Cons

  • not as good in low light

Blaser Infinity 1-7x28

Blaser Infinity 1-7x28

Pros

  • better in low light

Cons

  • bulky

  • FFP reticle

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