Новинка: LEICA ULTRAVID HD с резиновым покрытием оливкового цвета
Лимитированный выпуск высокотехнологичных биноклей
Leica Camera AG, Solms, has expanded its Leica Ultravid HD range of high-quality binoculars. In addition to the classic models in black, the Leica Ultravid HD 32 and 42 models are now also available with olive-green rubber armouring. Built to meet any challenge outdoors and matched to the respective hunting situation, the Leica Ultravid HD binoculars in olive green are the ideal complement to any hunter’s equipment.
The olive-green version of these binoculars is a special limited edition and will be available from March 2014.
The technical specifications of the special-edition models are identical to those of the standard models of the Leica Ultravid HD range. Their outstanding properties include ultimate viewing brilliance and sharpness. Fluoride lenses guarantee superb colour fidelity, perfect contrast, a uniquely bright and clear view, and pin-sharp detail resolution. And this performance is further enhanced by efficient spurious-light suppression. Robust and particularly resilient under extreme conditions, these binoculars make an ideal and reliable companion in any situation. The Leica AquaDura® coating on the exposed glass surfaces means dirt and water on the lenses just roll away and improves viewing performance, particularly in rainy weather. The binoculars thus always provide optimum performance, even in adverse weather conditions and extremely humid environments. A further advantage of this special coating is that the lenses can now be cleaned even more quickly and easily.
About Leica Camera
Leica Camera AG is an internationally operating, premium-segment manufacturer of cameras and sport optics products. The legendary reputation of the Leica brand is founded on a long tradition of excellent quality. In combination with innovative technologies, all Leica products fulfil a common objective: better pictures, wherever perception and visualization matter. Leica Camera AG has its headquarters in Wetzlar, in the state of Hessen in Germany, and a second production site in Vila Nova de Famalicão, Portugal and operates its own worldwide network of regional organisations, Leica Retail Stores, Leica Galleries and Leica Akademies.