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SIG Sauer Introduces Zulu6 Image Stabilized Binoculars

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SIG Sauer Electro-Optics has introduced the Zulu6 image stabilized binoculars. These feature Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), which uses an electronically stabilized 2-axis gimbal system to cancel out any vibration, be it from a boat, a 4-wheeler or just a heavy heartbeat.

“The SIG Sauer image stabilizing technology was introduced several years ago in our OSCAR3 compact spotting scope, and we’re excited to integrate this incredible technology into the new and affordable ZULU6 binoculars said Andy York, president of SIG Sauer Electro-Optics. “Most binocular brands have been chasing that last degree of optical resolution and frankly, vibration cancels that resolution out; the new OIS technology allows for crystal-clear handheld viewing with stunning image quality. Once you use this new tech, you will not go back to traditional binoculars.”

Zulu6 on white

The Zulu6 image stabilized binoculars also feature Spectracoat, Lenshield, and Lensarmor coatings, MOTAC (motion activated illumination), an IPX4 waterproof rating for use in wet weather environments, and are available in 10X30mm and 16X42mm magnification.

Zulu6 on white

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