Leica announced new Trinovid 8×32 HD and Trinovid 10×32 HD binoculars


Leica announced two new binoculars:

  • Leica Trinovid 8x32 HD binocular
  • Leica Trinovid 10x32 HD binocular

Press release and technical specifications:

LEICA TRINOVID 8x32 HD UND LEICA TRINOVID 10x32 HD

Leica expands successful entry-level binocular series for outdoor and wildlife enthusiasts

Compact, light and rugged – with its new generation of the Trinovid HD family Leica Sport Optics offers ideal and previously unattained viewing quality for outdoor and wildlife enthusiasts. Now the Germany based optics company expands the successful entry-level series with two new binoculars: the Leica Trinovid 8x32 HD and Leica Trinovid 10x32 HD.

As the Leica Trinovid 8x42 HD and the Leica Trinovid 10x42 HD binoculars the new Trinovid 32 HD models guarantee an exceptionally bright and clear view, pin-sharp resolution, superb colour fidelity and perfect contrast. Thanks to their compactness and lightness the Leica Trinovid 8x32 HD and Leica Trinovid 10x32 HD are the perfect travel companions as they fit perfectly in any luggage, backpack or even purse. The rubber armoring provides not only a perfect grip but makes the binoculars also imperishable in heavy use. With its extreme lightweight design the armoring takes a substantial part in making these binocular a robust and reliable companion.

The ideal balance of high transmission and a bright viewing image with natural contrast and colour rendition guarantees breathtaking viewing experiences and unhindered enjoyment of the natural world, even in unfavorable light, on cloudy days and during the twilight hours.

As is the case with the top models in the Leica range, the lenses of all Leica Trinovid binoculars feature an extremely effective, water-resistant and dirt-repellent coating. Diopter corrections can be conveniently and easily applied with the right-hand eyepiece and personal settings for the eye-relief distance can be set by adjusting the eyecups with four click-stop settings. The Leica Trinovid 8x32 HD and the Leica Trinovid 10x32 HD are supplied complete with a new light and rugged bag that is made of water and dirt-repellent neoprene.

‘Our Leica Trinovid HD binoculars are developed for fast and universal use. They offer high optical quality and are extremely rugged and resilient at the same time,’ says Nanette Roland, Product Manager, Leica Sport Optics. ‘With our engineers we focused on the compact measures, light weight and highest optical quality. The new Trinovid HD binoculars are an equally ideal companion for wildlife and outdoor enthusiasts and hunters.’

The new Leica Trinovid HD binoculars will be available from authorized Leica dealers from May 2017.

The benefits at a glance:

  • Outstanding optical performance
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Extremely robust
  • Perfect ergonomics
  • Attractive design
  • Excellent value for money


Technical specifications:

Trinovid HD 8x32

Trinovid HD 10x32

Closest focusing distance

1.0

1.0

Field of view

124

113

Transmission

90%

90%

Eye relief

58-76

58-76

Weight (in grams)

650

660

Length/Width (mm)

130x117

130x117

Waterproofing (to depth in m)

4

4

Scope of delivery:

neoprene bag, eyepiece cover, objective lens cover

Neoprene bag, eyepiece cover, objective lens cover

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  • John-F

    While this new Trinovid HD looks interesting, I would prefer to see a new line of high end Leica binos based on the Leica Perger prism, as first seen in the Geovid HD-B. For those of us who are more into bird watching than hunting, why not design a special version of the new Leica Noctivid with the Perger prism.

    Another question to Leica: many high-end bino companies are boasting APO design and correction. Since Leica has had a long history of designing APO lenses for its Leica cameras (going back to the original ELCAN-R 180mm f3.4 for the US Navy, which eventually became the Apo-Telyt-R 180mm), I would like to know Leica’s opinion and position regarding APO correction for binoculars. Leica has APO-Televid scopes, why not an APO-Ultravid ?

    BTW, if you are looking to buy a new pair of binos, there are two web sites I strongly recommend:
    bestbinocularsreviews dot com
    and allbinos dot com (very detailed and demanding testing..)

  • John-F

    About binoculars which claim to be of APO correction, here are three examples:

    Vortex Razor HD (http://www.vortexoptics.com/product/vortex-razor-hd-10×42-binocular)

    Snypex Knight D-ED (https://snypex.com/collections/binoculars-knight-d-ed/products/snypex-knight-8×42-d-ed-binocular-9842d-ed)

    and
    Minox APO HG (http://www.minox.com/index.php?id=apo_hg1&L=2)

    All three are the best in their class, and use ED glass (the Minox APO HG uses glass with Fluoride). However, AFAIK none of these APO binos specify if they are corrected for two or three wavelengths ,,,

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