Leica APO-Televid 82 Spotting Scope (Angled Viewing, Requires Eyepiece)

BH #LEAPOTV82A • MFR #40121
Leica APO-Televid 82 Spotting Scope (Angled Viewing, Requires Eyepiece)
Key Features
  • 45° Angled Viewing
  • Schmidt Prism Design
  • AquaDura Lens Coatings
  • Integrated Sliding Lens Hood
Offering superb optical performance in a lightweight and easy-to-manage package, the APO-Televid 82 Spotting Scope from Leica delivers brilliant insights into nature that are rich in detail and contrast. Its high-performance optics and compact form factor make it a natural choice for digiscoping as well as conventional viewing—there's a special camera adapter that allows the viewer to convert the Televid into a high-powered telephoto lens for long-range photographic applications.
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Leica APO-Televid 82 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Optical Performance
  • 3Construction Details
  • 4Use and Handling

Offering superb optical performance in a lightweight and easy-to-manage package, the APO-Televid 82 Spotting Scope from Leica delivers brilliant insights into nature that are rich in detail and contrast. Its high-performance optics and compact form factor make it a natural choice for digiscoping as well as conventional viewing—there's a special camera adapter that allows the viewer to convert the Televid into a high-powered telephoto lens for long-range photographic applications.

The optical system of the APO-Televid 82 combines apochromatic optics with fluoride glass and a substantial 82 mm objective to bring a significant increase in light throughput to the viewing experience. From dawn till dusk, the APO-Televid reveals astounding intimate high-resolution views of flora, fauna, and vistas.

This APO-Televid 82 features angled viewing that's favored for rapid subject location. The optional 25-50x WW aspherical eyepiece is highly recommended as a matching ocular for this scope, as its wide FOV delivers a wrap-around viewing experience that pairs well with the refined optics of the Televid scope.

Leica's legendary optical performance becomes quite apparent when viewing through the APO-Televid 82. Apochromatic color-accuracy, fluoride lenses for startling high-contrast imaging, full multi-coating throughout the system, and the addition of Leica's proprietary AquaDura protective coatings all combine to produce scenic wonder without compromise.

The die-cast housing is constructed from a lightweight magnesium alloy for its remarkable strength and rigidity. The exterior is covered in a non-reflective matte-black rubber armoring for a bit of shock/impact resiliency and a positive tactile grip in all types of weather. The scope also features a rotating tripod collar that brings a not-so-subtle increase in versatility when positioning the APO-Televid 82 for digiscoping purposes.

Note:
Eyepiece not included.

Optical Performance

  • Optically neutral front lens protects the APO optics
  • Water- and dust-repellent hydrophobic AquaDura lens coatings
  • Apochromatic fully multi-coated color-corrected optical system
  • Fluoride glass lenses for enhanced color fidelity and contrast

Construction Details

  • Robust black rubber armored die-cast magnesium housing
  • Sealed optical system is waterproof to a depth of 17.0'/5.0 m

Use and Handling

  • Objective: 82 mm
  • Rotating tripod collar with detented click stops
  • Dual focus system with microfocusing is precise and intuitive
  • Retractable lens hood with built-in peepsight for rapid subject location

Leica APO-Televid 82 Specs

Design
Viewing AngleAngled
Performance
Objective Lens Diameter82 mm
Minimum Focus Distance12.8' / 3.9 m
Features
Water ResistanceWaterproof
General
Filter Thread82 mm
DimensionsL: 12.3 x H: 4.3 x W: 3.9" / L: 31.3 x H: 10.8 x W: 10.1 cm 
Weight2.4 lb / 1.1 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.215 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14.7 x 5.85 x 5.35"
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