Victory PRF Laser Rangefinder
The compact monocular with laser-rangefinder
The compact monocular with laser-rangefinder
The lightweight and compact pocket rangefinder. For professional wildlife monitoring, architecture, golf, walking or nature observation in general, laser rangefinding technology is a frequently undervalued tool, and yet it can prove a valuable addition to your equipment. You will no longer be dependent on estimates: instead you will know exactly how close "far away" really is.
Here you find the top features of the Victory Pocket Rangefinder monocular.
The smallest Rangefinder model in its compact monocular format complements your binoculars perfectly. Weighing only about 310 g it is an extremely lightweight but valuable companion for measuring distances when you are out on a field trip.
The laser rangefinder enables you to measure distances within a second.
In distinctly less than half a second from releasing the one-touch measuring button you will see with reliability and precision the exact distance to your target. It is possible to measure distances of up to 1200 metres. Even small objects such as soaring birds of prey can be measured with precision and repeat accuracy. Even in poor light conditions.
The high-performance optics produce bright images and allow you to see even the finest of details. This is particularly important when mapping the nests of ground-breeding birds. Even over long distances and in twilight conditions you can still enjoy outstanding images. The Carl Zeiss T* multi-layer coating ensures high transmission; in other words, it lets plenty of light in. This elaborate lens coating gives you a bright and clear image even in poor light conditions.
The large additional button that operates the rangefinder is situated comfortably close to your index finger. This means that your finger doesn't get tired even during lengthy measuring sessions. The second button, the SET button, allows you to choose between three different displays. Using this one, you can decide whether you want the distance to be displayed in metres/centimetres or yards/inches. Naturally, the Victory PRF also offers important information for hunting, so you can use the SET button to activate or deactivate the BIS® and select the ballistic programme appropriate for the trajectory path.
The laser system is fully integrated and always well protected, even in the face of severe shaking, dropping or rough transport. The Victory Pocket Rangefinder is waterproof and dustproof. Its rubber armour protects it from knocks and gives it a pleasingly firm hold.
Enjoy fascinating image quality whatever the weather. Water simply rolls off the lens as if from a duck's back. This is due to the LotuTec® coating on the lens and eyepiece. The fact that water simply rolls off and no dirt can collect on the surface of the lenses means that you can spend less time cleaning and more time observing nature.
Here you find all technical data about the Victory 8x26 T* PRF
|Effective Lens Diameter||26 mm|
|Exit Pupil Diameter||3.25 mm|
|Field of View at 1000m||110 m|
|Diopter Adjustment Range||+3.5 | -3.5 dpt|
|Pupil Distance||- mm|
|Eye Relief||17.5 mm|
|Lens Type||Achromat (2 Lenses)|
|Water Resistance||100 mbar|
|Measuring Range in m||10 m - 1200 m|
|Laser Class||Class 1M|
|Laser Wave Length||904 nm|
|Measuring Accuracy in m||1 m|
|Measuring Accuracy in %||0.5 %|
|Measuring Accuracy at||600 m|
|Measuring Time||1.5 sec|
|Beam Divergence||4,0 x 2,0 mrad|
|Battery||1 x 3 V Type CR 2|
|Battery Life at 20°C to 25°C (number of measurements)||> 2000|
at an eye width of 65 mm
|Weight in Use||310 g|
The Victory 8x26 T* PRF is suitable for
The measurement of the Victory PRF is over a distance of 10 to 1,200 metres.
The eyecups cannot be completely replaced, but we can change the rubber covering at our premises. Please send the binoculars with a corresponding note to our customer service team.
Please use only type CR 2 lithium batteries. We recommend that you only use high-quality branded batteries. A new battery is sufficient for more than 2000 measurements at 20 °C.
Meaning of the abbreviations
Binoculars or spotting scopes with glasses that contain fluoride (FL) for sharper, higher contrast images with significantly reduced chromatic aberrations; Fluoride Lenses; a special, high-quality sub-category of the ED lenses
Previously used to designate Dialyt binoculars with rubber armour
ZEISS T* Multi-layer coating for extremely high transmission and low reflex susceptibility
ZEISS Multi-layer coating (multi coating)
P / P*
Phase correction coating on the roof prisms, which provide a higher resolution of the finest detail structures. All ZEISS binoculars with roof prisms use this coating
Previously used to designate binoculars that can be worn by people who wear glasses.
Now all ZEISS binoculars and spotting scope eyepieces are suitable for people who wear glasses, so the "B" designation is no longer used
Binoculars with mechanical image stabilisation
Extra low Dispersion = low chromatic aberrations
High Definition. HD is not a type of lens. Instead it describes the result of the ED lenses: very good resolution
High Transmission = lenses by Schott with very good transmission properties.
Smart Focus = Conventional binoculars require the focusing wheel to be turned 2.5 times in order to switch from the close focus to the maximum observation distance. The VICTORY SF only requires the wheel to be turned 1.8 times.