This compact and versatile riflescope is a reliable companion in every hunting ground. The extremely fine illuminated dot and high magnification range of the Conquest® V6 2 – 12 × 50 bring high performance well into the twilight hours.
With the Conquest® V6 riflescope, ZEISS has once again set a new standard in precision and long-range hunting and shooting. Whether for sitting or stalking game, driven hunts or long-range applications – the Conquest V6 with 6x zoom is engineered to impress in any environment or scenario. It combines legendary ZEISS quality and technology with field-proven design into one robust package that’s within every serious hunter’s range. With 92% light transmission, modern multilayer coatings and a wide field of view, the ZEISS Conquest V6 delivers incredible image quality and clarity, even in the harshest conditions and most challenging environments. The sophisticated optics are protected by a black, matt anodized aluminum housing built for whatever nature throws at it. Rain and trail-grime shedding LotuTec® lens coating and new optional ASV drop bullet compensation.
For the hunter who demands versatility and uncompromised long-range capability, the ZEISS Conquest V6 is the scope that proves distance is nothing.
92% Light Transmission – SCHOTT fluoride glass for a bright viewing image and optimum target resolution, and the finest resolution of details, even in the harshest conditions and most challenging environment.
The world’s finest illuminated dot – The secret behind the precision of ZEISS riflescopes is their ultra-fine illuminated dot and its extremely low target coverage. With only a fraction of the thickness of a human hair, the fibre optics system delivers the world’s finest illuminated dot – 3.3-millimetre target coverage at 100 metres is the breathtaking result (V8 & V6 @20x). Pure precision for the smallest targets and the greatest distances.
ZEISS T* Coating – ZEISS T* coating is a guarantee of the brilliant, high-contrast images which you will experience above all in adverse light conditions and in the twilight. Behind it, however, there is no specific formula for building up the layers. Instead, it is a technology that is constantly adjusted to suit new glass materials and requirements, which varies from lens to lens.
A clear view, whatever the weather – There are always exciting things to be seen in the world of nature – even in wet weather. This is why ZEISS developed LotuTec®. A coating for the lenses of binoculars and spotting scopes that enables a clear and unhindered view in all weather conditions.
Stable and Shot-Proof – The ZEISS Victory V8, ZEISS Victory HT, ZEISS Conquest V6, and ZEISS Conquest V4 riflescopes are all ideally suited for use with “clip-on” attachments such as Nightvision or Thermal Imaging add-on units.
Magnification: 2 – 12 ×
Effective lens diameter: 19.4 – 50 mm
Light transmission: 92%
Exit pupil diameter: 9.7 – 4.2 mm
Twilight factor: 5.7 – 24.5
Field of view at 100 m (yds): 20.5 – 3.4 m (62 – 10 ft)
Objective viewing angle: 11.7° – 2.0°
Diopter adjustment range: + 2.0 | − 3.0 dpt
Eye relief: 90 mm (3.54 “)
Parallax setting: 100 m (109 yds)
Square adjustment range at 100 m: 250 cm
Adjustment per click at 100 m: 1 cm
Centre tube diameter: 30 mm
Eyepiece tube diameter: 45.5 mm
Objective tube diameter: 56 mm
LotuTec | Nitrogen filled
Water resistance: 400 mbar
Operating temperature: − 25°C | + 50°C (− 13°F | + 122°F)
Length: 335 mm (13.2 “)
Weight: 620g (21.9 oz)
Reticle 60 – Illuminated – The reticle 60 is lighter and finer than the reticle 40, which was widely used only a few years ago. The bars have only half the subtension of the earlier model and there is twice the amount of free space between them. It is therefore ideally suited for precise shooting with the least possible coverage of the target game. With 12x magnification and a subtension of only 0.55 cm at a distance of 100 m, you always have an excellent overview – no fine details are hidden from view. The illuminated dot is extremely bright and can therefore also be used for daytime hunting. The brightness of the illuminated dot can be dimmed at extremely finely, making it ideal for night hunting as well. The reticle is located in the riflescope’s second image plane.