SIG Sauer just launched the next evolution to its ZULU6 line of image-stabilizing, handheld binoculars. The new SIG ZULU6 HDX utilizes SIG’s proprietary Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) technology and HDX lenses to full-resolution imagery without the use of a tripod.
SIG ZULU6 HDX Details
The application is clear here for hunters and precision shooters alike. This tech promises a clear image, at extended range, with a handheld device. So hunters gain valuable time when identifying game in the field. For competitors, clear images promise a better firing solution when ranging targets.
The ZULU6 HDX employs two modes of optical image stabilization, enhancing the user’s ability to identify those targets. The OIS system, in both modes, electronically cancels out shake and vibration, according to SIG Sauer.
ZULU6 HDX Scanning Modes
- Scan Mode: Designed specifically for scanning and griding terrain.
- Target Mode: Designed specifically for locking in on wild game & targets, increasing stability up to 50% allowing you to successfully identify targets once located in Scan mode.
Updated with SIG SAUER’S HDX glass lenses, the ZULU6 HDX produces enhanced light transmission, resolution, and definition for unparalleled optical clarity and resolution, according to SIG.
The ZULU6 HDX comes in three magnifications: 12X, 16X and 20X. Retail prices range from $1,299 to $1,599. For even more info, please visit sigsauer.com.
SIG Sauer ZULU6 HDX Features & Specs
- Magnification: 12X, 16X, 20X
- Objective Lens Diameter: 42mm
- Field of View: 3.3-3.8 degrees
- Eye Relief: 14-17mm
- Overall Length: 7.08 inches
- Overall Weight: 21.5-21.9 ounces
- Near Focus (M): 4
- Prism Type: Roof Prism
- Waterproofing: IPX7
- MSRP: $1,299-$1,599
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