New Leica Magnus non illuminated riflescopes
Perfection for day light hunting
Leica Camera AG is launching three non-illuminated versions of its highly successful range of Magnus riflescopes: Magnus 1.5–10 x 42, Magnus 1.8–12 x 50, and Magnus 2.4–16 x 56. With these non illuminated Magnus riflescopes Leica Sport Optics offers the perfect optical equipment for any day light hunting.
All Leica Magnus not illuminated riflescopes impress with proven optical and mechanical systems and innovative details such as turret scale zeroing without tools and reticles with optimised dot coverage. Excellent transmission characteristics of approximately 92% and extraordinarily high contrast enable dependable sighting under even the most unfavourable light conditions. The very wide field of view guarantees optimum coverage of the terrain and a zoom range of up to 6.7x ensures maximum versatility in the field. The new Magnus non illuminated models are extremely reliable and versatile companions for every discerning day light hunter and provide razor-sharp and crystal-clear resolution thanks to its high class optical performance. The Magnus riflescope line provides ideal solutions for all kinds of hunting – from driven hunts to hunting game at long distances.
Leica Magnus 1.5–10 x 42 non illuminated
Thanks to its 6.7-fold zoom factor, the Magnus 1.5–10 x 42 is as multi-faceted as hunting itself. This riflescope is a universal all-rounder for stalking, shooting from blinds or driven hunts, at close or long range, and offers maximum versatility and superior accuracy in every hunting situation. With its outstanding zoom range, brilliant low-light performance, and excellent transmission, this rugged and enduring riflescope impresses in every hunting situation.
Leica Magnus 1.8–12 x 50 non illuminated
The new Magnus 1.8–12 x 50 is an ideal addition to our high-quality Magnus line. Thanks to its compact dimensions and a large, 50 mm objective lens, it is an extremely versatile riflescope for hunting from blinds and when stalking. Its outstanding zoom factor and a minimum magnification of 1.8x also make it the ideal choice for driven hunts. It combines benefits such as short overall length, suitability for a broad spectrum of hunting situations with the advantages of a first class optical system. For instance, the combination of minimal vignetting and the large, effective diameter of its objective lens, provides exceptional light-gathering ability and improves resolution of details from dawn to dusk.
Leica Magnus 2.4–16 x 56 non illuminated
In contrast to other riflescopes, the particularly low vignetting of the Magnus 2.4–16 x 56 ensures extra brightness at low magnification factors. Its large-diameter front lens, a highly effective entrance pupil at mid-range magnification, and the highest, outstanding transmission value of around 92% ensure optimum identification up to the last minutes of shooting light. With a maximum magnification of 16x, it is also perfect for ensuring the accuracy of ambitious, long-range shots. In combination with the outstanding Leica baffle system, its high transmission properties guarantee more light under all conditions, particularly when using low magnification factors.
The new Magnus non illuminated models are available from May 2017.
About Leica Camera
Leica Camera AG is an internationally operating, premium-segment manufacturer of cameras and sport optics products. The legendary status of the Leica brand is founded on a long tradition of excellence in the construction of lenses. And today, in combination with innovative technologies, Leica products continue to guarantee better pictures in all situations in the worlds of visualisation and perception. Leica Camera AG has its headquarters in Wetzlar, in the state of Hesse in Germany, and a second production site in Vila Nova de Famalicão, Portugal. The company operates branch offices in Australia, China, France, Italy, Japan, Switzerland, Singapore, South Korea, UK and the USA. New and innovative products have been the driving force behind the company’s positive development in recent years.