Light and slim design, precise and modern optics with state-of-the-art materials, improved transmission, sharpness, and contrast make the Leica Trinovid a modern icon. It is a versatile and indispensable companion for travelling, events or hiking in nature.
Successor of the original Trinovid
The Leitz Trinovid binoculars of 1958 were a milestone in the development of binoculars. The Trinovid binoculars family is characterized by durability, state-of-the-art image performance and robustness. Almost 60 years later Leica presents a successor to the original Trinovid with the new Leica Trinovid.
The binoculars of the Trinovid-HD family were first produced in 1958. The name stands for three (“tri”) innovations (“nov”, novelty): ergonomic design, real internal focusing and highest optical performance. The developers have incorporated the core features of the binoculars icon in the new Leica Trinovid – and they have optimized the workmanship of materials and optics throughout.
The new Trinovids are surprisingly sleek thanks to an Uppendahl prism, featuring a light, elegant shape to make beautiful experiences even more intense.
Magnification 8 x Front lens diameter 40 mm Exit pupil 5 mm Twilight factor 17.9 Field of view
at 1,000 yds/m
Eye-relief 15 mm Close focusing limit 13.1 ft /4 m Diopter compensation ± 4 diopters Eyepieces for eyeglass wearers Yes Eye cup Adjustable, with 4 detent positions Adjustable interpupillary distance 55-75 mm Focusing Internal focusing using center spindle Number of lenses (per side) 10, with HDC multi-layer coating Prism system Roof prism system with P40 phase correction coating and HLS HighLux system Coating HDC® multicoating and AquaDura® coating on outer lenses Water tightness splash-proof Housing aluminum, nitrogen-filled Dimensions (W x H x D) 4.41 x 5.75 x 2.09 in
112 x 146 x 53 mm
Weight 21.2 oz / 600 g Package includes with contoured Neoprene carrying strap, front lens and eyepiece caps, calf leather bag (black)