Leupold Mark 4 20-60×80 Spotting Scope – Fogproof/Waterproof – Zoom – Matte Black
- Model #110825 Mark 4 20-60x80mm in Black
- 100% waterproof, Fog proof, & shockproof
- Diamond coat 2 – Ion-assist lens coating for higher light transmission and the greatest level of abrasion resistance
- Back 4 Prisms deliver a perfectly round exit pupil with virtually no edge distortion and a crisp, clear image
- Twilight Max Light Management System adds up to 10 extra minutes of glassing light
- Folded light Path technology helps achieve a compact, lightweight design
- Built-in 1/4-20 tripod adapter port
The Leupold Mark 4 20-60×80 Spotting Scopes – Mil Dot are rugged enough for the toughest environments and situations.
This Leupold spotting scope can track targets with ease thanks to the expansive field of view not seen in the 20-60×80 spotting scopes.
The Leupold 20 – 60×80 Mark 4 spotting scope is comfortable even during extended periods of use thanks to the long eye relief and an lightweight, armored magnesium body.
Plus the water proof nitrogen filled design means performance in the worst of weather.
Specification: Leupold Mark 4 20-60×80 Spotting Scope – Fogproof/Waterproof – Zoom – Matte Black
18.5 x 8 x 4.8 inches
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4.2 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
Jack Nelson –
I bought this scope because it have a Mil-Dot reticle (like my scope) that allows me to measure distance.For the price I expected it to have superior optics as well.I was disappointed with the optics of this scope.The images appear weak and somewhat low resolution compared to the image in my 22x Nightforce scope and my Steiner binocs.Granted, neither are as high of a power, but for the price, this spotting scope should be a lot clearer.The Mil-Dot reticle is right on and I have been able to adjust fire very accurately using calls from the spotting scope.If you want Mil-Dot, it is probably your best buy.If you want a clear image, look elsewhere.
Dmitry T. –
Everything is perfect with this scope.One recommendation for a future buyer: go with the TMR reticle as opposed to the mildot. At 60x the magnification is so big that you can truly benefit from more subdivisions than just 1&0.5 mils.
Amazon Customer –
l love it,very nice
D. Matheny –
I have to admit that I’m kind of an ‘optic snob’ when it comes to scopes – but I’ve always been happy with the mid-range spotting scopes. Since I mostly use a spotting scope at the range, I’ve never found it to be all that hard to see where the shot went after the fact. :)Recently, I’ve been spending a lot of time shooting .338 LM at longer distances – and I’ve also been spending more time shooting at dusk. At one point, it was dark enough that I could see the target clearly through my scope; but, couldn’t make it out at all using the spotting scope – so I wasn’t able to tell where the rounds were hitting.That led me to start looking for a new spotting scope for the shop. Leupold makes pretty good optics overall – but I was mostly led to this unit because of the included reticle, which is first focal plane just like the scope I’m using on the .338 LM rifle.Anyway, I’ve used this a few times now and have been extremely impressed. Here are the things I like about it:1) The optics are very good, and this spotting scope absolutely excels in low light. I had it at the range last week at dusk again, and found that it was able to keep pace with my scope well past sunset.2) I love the included first-focal-plane reticle – and it makes me wonder why all spotting scopes don’t include something similar.3) The included case is nice – and it doesn’t get in the way like a lot of cases do.4) The entire unit is high quality.Although this is close to perfect, I do have some issues:1) The main complaint I have is with the eyepiece extension – which seems cheapy. It’s just a rubber flap that folds out to help with eye relief, and it feels like it isn’t going to last very long. I guess it wouldn’t be that big of a deal on a spotting scope that costs a quarter of what this one costs – but it is irritating at this price point.2) The other complaint is that the focus ring and zoom ring are right next to each other and can interfere with each other in some cases. This is actually more of a ‘getting used to it’ issue – but it is something to be aware of.Overall, I would highly recommend this if you’re looking for a spotting scope for low light conditions.