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Saving Wild Animals via Thermal Imaging Drone

Wildlife-Friendly Meadow Mowing – Protecting Wild Animals from the first mowing of the fields via Thermal Imaging Drone.

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3 min

Robustness to rough conditions

Hunting optics must operate as advertised in the field and function in every hunting condition – rain, heat or snow. Learn more how we ensure robustness.

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3 min

About housings and focusing

Mechanical components – particularly the housing and all focusing parts – are the guarantee for decades of protection and correct alignment of the optics.

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3 min

About Binoculars

Lens, inverting system and eyepiece – the key elements found in all binoculars. Each component has its own special job. Learn more about the complex design.

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3 min

Modern Scopes for Airguns

Thanks to the precision of the turrets, the parallax adjustment and the optical quality of the image, you will be able to place the reticle more precisely.

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4 min

In Search of Mouflon

If you call yourself a good hunter, you must carry out selective hunting in order to manage your land properly. Sick and deformed animals must be culled.

2 min

Hunting ground management during off-season

The off-season is ideal for carrying out various conservation measures. This does not have to be a large-scale project. Smaller measures are also valuable.

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2 min

Field of View

The field of view depends on the magnification. Thus, when comparing different binoculars you must compare those with the same magnification. Learn more.

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3 min

Twilight factor

The twilight factor is often referred to as a comparative value for the suitability of binoculars when less light is available. Learn more.

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2 min

What to expect of the ZEISS DTI 3/35

Rouven Kreienmeier was able to put the DTI 3/35 through its paces. Find out everything about the first thermal imaging camera from ZEISS.

Night Hunting,Stories
6 min