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Z8i 1-8x24

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Mount type
  • ring-mount
Reticle
  • BRT-I$3,721.00
  • 4A-IF$3,921.00

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What to consider when choosing your riflescope

Magnification

The magnification specifies how much closer an object appears to be. The higher the magnification, the closer the object appears and the smaller the field of view. Rifle scopes usually have variable magnification (zoom), e.g. 2-16x. This means it is possible to zoom continuously from 2x to 16x magnification.

Impact point adjustment

To always be able to aim at the sighting point from different distances, the reticle is adjusted so that the impact point matches the aiming point. The aiming point is the point on the object you want to target. The reticle adjustment in the turrets on the rifle scope is operated using the click settings. Each click changes the impact point.

Adjustment range

The adjustment range describes the range within which you can correct the impact point by adjusting the reticle without moving the device. The adjustment range is specified in relation to both the elevation and the windage adjustment.

We measure the adjustment range in meters per 100 meters (m/100m) or inches per 100 yards (in/100yd). Other manufacturers choose to specify this in MRAD (milliradians) or MOA (minutes of angle).

Light transmission

This describes the amount of visible light that can pass through an optical system and is expressed as a percentage. The objective lens diameter specifies how much light can enter the optics. This makes it a key factor in an instrument’s performance, for example, in twilight. The bigger the objective lens diameter, the more light the objective lens can capture. The darker the surroundings, the larger the objective lens diameter needs to be. Check the precise product name as the number after the ‘x’ specifies the objective lens diameter in millimeters. A device with a suffix of 2-16x50, for example, has an objective lens with a diameter of 50 mm.

What to consider when choosing your riflescope

Magnification

The magnification specifies how much closer an object appears to be. The higher the magnification, the closer the object appears and the smaller the field of view. Rifle scopes usually have variable magnification (zoom), e.g. 2-16x. This means it is possible to zoom continuously from 2x to 16x magnification.

Impact point adjustment

To always be able to aim at the sighting point from different distances, the reticle is adjusted so that the impact point matches the aiming point. The aiming point is the point on the object you want to target. The reticle adjustment in the turrets on the rifle scope is operated using the click settings. Each click changes the impact point.

Adjustment range

The adjustment range describes the range within which you can correct the impact point by adjusting the reticle without moving the device. The adjustment range is specified in relation to both the elevation and the windage adjustment.

We measure the adjustment range in meters per 100 meters (m/100m) or inches per 100 yards (in/100yd). Other manufacturers choose to specify this in MRAD (milliradians) or MOA (minutes of angle).

Light transmission

This describes the amount of visible light that can pass through an optical system and is expressed as a percentage. The objective lens diameter specifies how much light can enter the optics. This makes it a key factor in an instrument’s performance, for example, in twilight. The bigger the objective lens diameter, the more light the objective lens can capture. The darker the surroundings, the larger the objective lens diameter needs to be. Check the precise product name as the number after the ‘x’ specifies the objective lens diameter in millimeters. A device with a suffix of 2-16x50, for example, has an objective lens with a diameter of 50 mm.

Technical specification

mount-type
ring-mount
Reticle
BRT-I
4A-IF
Objective
1-8xMagnification
8.2-24 mmEffective objective lens diameter
8.1-3.0 mmExit pupil diameter
95 mmExit pupil distance
127.5-15.9 ft/100 ydsField of view
24.0-3.0 °Field of view degrees
Measurement
0.36 / 10Impact point correction per click (in / mm)
2 / 72Max. elevation / windage adjustment range (m/100m / in/100yds)
Digital
M 27x0.75Objective filter thread
Twilight factor at medium brightness: 1,400; daylight factor at medium brightness: 180Operating time
Size & weight
11.9 inLength in mm.
18.2 ozWeight
1.18 inCentral tube diameter
Environment & Conditions
-4 to +131 °FFunctional temperature
-22 to +158 °FStorage temperature
13 ft / 4 m water depth (inert gas filling)Submersion tightness
Illumination
Twilight: 0 - 32 / Day: 33 - 64Brightness levels

Scope of delivery

  • Fill 1Transparent scope covers
  • Fill 1Replacement battery in replacement battery holder
  • Fill 1Microfiber cloth

Downloads

Instruction manual Z8i BANr.: 709-02Instruction manual Z8i BANr.: 709-02
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Instruction manual Z8i CEEInstruction manual Z8i CEE
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Technical data Z8i BANr.: 709-03Technical data Z8i BANr.: 709-03
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Warranty Rifle scopesSwarovski Optik Warranty Rifle scopes
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Warranty Rifle scopes CEESwarovski Optik Warranty
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