A Better View of the World
As our society becomes more technologically advanced and we ďŹ nd ourselves spending less and less time communing with nature, we feel that the time we do spend becomes more important for our overall well-being and inner balance.
Enhancing our outdoor experience is the viewing of nature and wildlife in its natural setting. Even though the human eye represents the ďŹ nest and most sophisticated optical instrument ever designed, it may require man-made optical mechanical assistance from time to time to take in all of natureâ€™s glorious beauty! Meopta products are designed and built to enhance the viewing experience of even the most demanding professional. We strongly recommend you make a Meopta optical product part of your regular outdoor experience, for an even Better View of the World !
Meostar R1 7x56
The most technologically advanced series of new generation riﬂescopes that meet the needs of the most demanding users. The tube is made of the highest grade aluminum alloy which allows the surface of the device to be black anodized. This surface treatment is molecularly bonded to the aluminum alloy, making the tube surface extremely chemical resistant. In addition, the surface is treated by a special technology so that no ﬁnger prints can be seen and it is pleasant to touch. The anti-reﬂection coating MB5501 makes use of the latest technology in the ﬁeld, and is applied to all optical components, ensuring the top light transmission values for the riﬂescopes.
Meostar R1 7x56 RD
Meostar R1 1-4x22 RD
Meostar R1 3-12x56 RD Meostar R1 3-12x56
Meostar R1 1-4x22
Meostar R1 4-12x40
Meostar R1 3-10x50
Lightweight, one-piece, aircraft grade aluminum alloy tube Unique internal mechanism design ensures top mechanical ruggedness Excellent optical performance Multiple antireﬂection coatings MB-5501 ensuring light transmission of 92% – 95% (depending on the model) Reticle in the rear focal plane (except for the model Meostar R1 3-12x56) A nitrogen purged and sealed body for fog proof and water proof performance Quadratic windage and elevation adjustments with a step of ¼ in / 100 yd, i.e. 0,7cm / 100m
The Meostar R1 1-4x22 model with illuminated K-Dot reticle is speciﬁcally designed for hunting in the daytime as well as low light situations. A riﬂescope versatile enough for use as a dangerous game hunting scope as it is in close quarter combat situations. At maximum intensity, the K-Dot reticle is visible in sunny conditions, while at its lowest settings, still ideal for late dawn or early dusk. With magniﬁcation set to 1x power and the reticle illuminated, the riﬂescope may be used a short range, close quarter sighting device, by allowing the user to keep both eyes open. This allows for a clear, substantially improved ﬁeld of view while also providing quick target acquisition. The illumination adjustment (located to the left of the elevation turret) offers seven levels of intensity (with seven being the brightest) with half-click on/off positions. Off positions are signiﬁed by a dot, while numbers 1-7 indicate the illumination intensity. This unique feature allows for a quick return to the previously used intensity instead of having to cycle thru the entire adjustment range each time the illumination is turned off. The service life of the CR 2354 battery (included) is roughly 80 continuous hours, while a more readily available CR 2032 battery may also be used, however the service life is only about 60 continuous hours. The Meostar R1 RD 7x56 and 3-12x56 models are designed for hunting in extreme low light conditions at early dawn or late dusk. Many prized animals can only be found moving about during these difﬁcult low light conditions, and the Meostar R1 RD models will help ensure that you do not miss out on the potential trophy of a lifetime.
Meostar R1 Tactic
A riﬂescope designed to meet the needs of serious long-range shooters. Designed with an adjustable objective for setting zero parallax at distances from 3 meters to inﬁnity, as well as low proﬁle target knobs, enabling fast ﬁeld setting of the line of sight (reticle cross-hairs center) in terms of the target distance and relevant windage adjustment. The covered adjustment knobs have single click values of 0,7 mm/100 m, 1/4 in/100 yd or 1/4 MOA. The vertical scale serves for orientation when turning the knob by more than 360°. The elevation knob allows for calibration of bullet drop at any known distance and can be re-set to zero. The windage knob allows for quick left/right adjustment to compensate for bullet drift due to cross winds. Fitted with a Mil-Dot style reticle this scope enables the user to quickly and precisely determine the exact distance of an intended target at virtually any range.
Meostar R1 / MR
Meostar R1 1-4x22 RD / MR
Meostar R1r 3-12x56 RD / MR
Meostar R1 MR with rail The models with rails of the Zeiss type are dedicated for special mounts without rings.
Use of Mil-Dot style cross-hairs The dots placed on the stadia equal an angle of 1 m at 1000 m, or 1 milliradian. In military terminology this angle is called 1 mil. The distance D can be determined by a simple calculation using the formula D = 1000 x H / h, where H stands for the actual target height in meters and h stands for its angular height in scale divisions. For very precise range ﬁnding it is therefore necessary to know the exact target height. With experience in approximate target size, very accurate estimates of the distance to the target can be made. With an adult Roebuck body trunk height estimated to be 0.5 m and as seen in the illustration the distance is calculated as follows: D = 1000 x 0.5 / 6 = 83 m. Caution! The above method of range ﬁnding provides correct results only with riﬂescope set on the maximum magniﬁcation, i.e. 16x.
Meosight Introduced in 2008, the Meopta Meosight is the ﬁrst of our offerings to target the ever growing Red Dot Sight market. An extremely compact reﬂex sight designed for immediate close quarter target acquisition and accurate shooting, the Meosight is quickly becoming a favorite of law enforcement and military personnel across the globe. At just 55 grams, the Meosight is a perfect ﬁt for handguns, tactical shotguns and tactical riﬂes of all shapes and sizes. • Compact and easy to use • Waterproof • Red Dot offers ﬁve levels of intensity adjustment, ideal for various shooting conditions • The Meosight’s internal systems monitors battery life and will shut off after three hours of inactivity. • Low battery life is indicated by a blinking red dot • Sight is fully compatible with Docter sight mounts • 3MOA and 5MOA models available Model Magniﬁcation Window dimensions (height x width) Aiming Point Size Weight Length/Width/Height Adjustment range - Horizontal Adjustment range - Vertical Power Supply Effective Life of the Battery
Meosight 30 1x 17x23 mm 3 MOA 55 g 55x29x32 mm ± 120 MOA (± 350 cm/100 m) ± 180 MOA (± 524 cm/100 m) 2xCr 1632 300 hrs
Meosight 50 1x 17x23 mm 5 MOA 55 g 55x29x32 mm ± 120 MOA (± 350 cm/100 m) ± 180 MOA (± 524 cm/100 m) 2xCr 1632 300 hrs
Meostar R1 in the Hands of Champions Czech National Team in hunting and shooting disciplines
Reticle etched on Meobright multicoated glass
Meobright multicoated 2 element objective lens
A lightweight, one-piece, 30mm tube, constructed of the highest-grade aircraft aluminium alloy available to ensure maximum durability
2004 European Championship in Hunting Riﬂe and Hunting Combined Tallinn, Estonia Gold Medal
2006 European Championship in Hunting Riﬂe and Hunting Combined Kroměříž, Czech Republic, Bronze Medal
2008 European Championship in Hunting Riﬂe and Hunting Combined Katowice, Poland Shooting combined - Gold medal Riﬂe Shooting - Silver medal Shotgun Shooting - Bronze medal
Meobright multicoated field lens
Meobright multicoated 4 element erector
3V Battery CR2354 - 80 hrs (higher capacity) CR2032 - 60 hrs (lower capacity)
Meobright multicoated 4 element eyepiece
The same team won gold medal three times •
Rotating sleeve adjusts brightness in a range level of 1-7 with illumination off at the edges and interpositions
Red LED for reticle illumination
Anodized matte black for reduced reflection
Pavel Zázvorka - Czech Champion 2005 and 2006 in Hunting Riﬂe, ranked the number one Czech shooter in total of all disciplines Ing. Jindřich Kořínek - Czech Champion 2005 in Hunting Combined, ranked the number two Czech shooter 2006 Jan Buksa - Czech Champion 2006 in Hunting Combined,Record holder in Hunting Combined (978 out of 1000),ranked the number two Czech shooter in 2005 and third in 2006 Karel Kotrc - Czech Champion 2005 in all disciplines and the third best Czech shooter in 2005
Czech Team uses Meopta riﬂescopes
Meostar R1 7x56 1-4x22 4-12x40 3-10x50 3-12x56 Meostar R1 RD 7x56 1-4x22 3-12x56 1-4x22 RD / MR 3-12x56 RD / MR
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K-Dot Z-Plex II
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Leoš Hlaváček - member of Czech National Team in skeet •
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World Championship in team match, the skeet discipline, from years 1990, 2001, 2002 Holder of the world record in skeet from year 2002 The winner of the Czech cup individuals in skeet from years 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 World Championship in team match, the skeet discipline from the year 2006, Zahreb, Silver Medal
Leoš Hlaváček relies on Meopta riﬂescopes for all of his big game hunting
Artemis 2000 4x32
Artemis 2000 6x42
Traditional riﬂescope series in the truest sense of the word. It offers favorite and proven models made of traditional materials. The solid steel tube is the distinctive feature of the whole Artemis 2000 and 2100 series. Top shock resistance, excellent optical power, watertightness and elegant, fully functional design these are the properties that will be appreciated both by newcomers, as well as by professionals for whom hunting is an inseparable part of their lifestyles. • Steel tube (except for the model Artemis 3000 3-9x42) • Unique internal mechanism design ensures the pinnacle of mechanical ruggedness • Excellent optical performance
The Artemis 2100 series offers an illuminated center dot for hunting in low light conditions. The illumination of the center dot under normal daylight conditions is observable only when set on intensity level 6 or 7, so that no matter how small the target is, it will not be overwhelmed or lost in the brightness of the dot when illuminated. The brightness levels can be adjusted with the knob on the left side of the elevation turret in seven steps marked 1-7 (with 7 being the brightest). The interpositions marked with a dot, provide an interim off position between each intensity level, allowing for quick, single click on and off operation. The service life of the original battery, a CR2354, is roughly 80 hours. It is also possible to use a more readily available battery, the CR2032, which has a service life of about 60 hours.
Artemis 2100 7x50
Artemis 2100 3-12x50
Artemis 2000 7x50
Artemis 3000 3-9x42
Artemis 2000 3-12x50
Artemis 2000 1,5-6x42 Artemis 2000 2-8x42 Artemis 2000 3-9x42
Multiple antireﬂective coatings ensure light transmission of 87% – 90% (depending on the model) • Reticle in the front focal plane (except for the model Artemis 3000 3-9x42) • A nitrogen purged and sealed body for fog proof and water proof performance • Quadratic windage and elevation adjustments with step of 1cm / 100m (except for the model Artemis 3000 3-9x42, which has the step of 1/4 in / 100 yd, i.e. 0,7cm / 100m)
Artemis 2000 4x32 6x42 7x50 1,5-6x42 2-8x42 3-9x42 3-12x50 Artemis 2100 7x50 3-15x50 Artemis 3000 3-9x42
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Elevation Quadratic course of adjustment adjustment Quadratic course of adjustment means that windage and elevation adjustments are mutually independent and as such, guarantees a full range of movement in any direction. The illustration below shows a comparison of a full range of meopta adjustment for a Meopta riﬂescope and a „no-name“ riﬂescope. You will note that in some directions, the adjustment range of the „no-name“ riﬂescope exceeds the Meopta range. However, in important (especially in the diagonal or windage Windage adjustment direction) directions it attains insufﬁcient adjustment range. Irregular circumference of the adjustment ﬁeld of the „noname“ scope indicates that horizontal and vertical movements are not independent (especially in extreme positions) and are each affected when only one is adjusted, i.e., when turning the windage adjustment knob the reticle also moves in the vertical or elevation direction. no -n am e
Tube construction, steel or aluminum alloy The question of which is better for riﬂescope tube construction, Steel or Aluminum, has been pondered for many years, and the answer still remains the same. Both have properties that make each one of them advantageous. Steel tubes are the most resistant to external damage, while aluminum alloy offers a lighter product. But both provide strong durable outer protection for the internal mechanism and optics when used properly. Meopta is proud to be able to offer both. If getting the highest level of strength and durability is most important, then try our Artemis 2000 or 2100 Series. If weight is your main concern, then our Artemis 3000 and MeostarTM series are just what you are looking for. Construction of Meopta riﬂescopes with steel tubes offers an additional advantage. As with virtually any material, an extreme temperature change can cause expansion and contraction and thus vary the alignment of inner and outer mechanisms, resulting in minor shifts in parallax at 100 M. However, with the consistent properties of steel we are able design and build riﬂescopes that control this problem. As a result, null parallax shift at 100 M in production means null parallax shift at 100 M in the hottest African or the coldest Alaskan environment!
Reticle in front or rear focal plane Placement of the reticle (crosshairs) in the front focal plane (behind the objective lens) means that with increased magniﬁcation both the target image and the reticle thickness increase (Artemis 2000, 2100; Meostar R1 3-12x56 model offer front focal plain reticles). Placing the reticle in the rear focal plane (in front of the eyepiece) allows the reticle to maintain its virtual size throughout the entire magniﬁcation range. (The Meostar series offer the reticle in the rear focal plain, see the chart below) So shortly: • all ﬁxed magniﬁcation riﬂescopes are not affected by the reticle position • a reticle positioned in the front focal plane enables the user to use the reticle distance estimation scale and opitches of thick lines for measuring distance at any magniﬁcation. Meostar R1r 3-12x56 Contrary to its predecessor (Meostar R1 3-12x56 model) Meostar R1r 3-12x56 has the reticle located in the rear focus plane, which logically makes the Meostar R1 line complete.
Artemis 2000 4x32 4x 32 10,5 80 ±3 262 400 R 272 140 50 63 38 42,5 25,4 49 83
6x42 6x 42 7,0 80 ±3 145 500 R 348 157 67 63 49 42,5 25,4 108 83
7x50 7x 50 5,7 80 ±3 145 500 R 353 152 62 63 57 42,5 25,4 118 83
1,5-6x42 1,5-6x 42 7,0-21,2 75 ±3 218 660 F 317 156 53 73 49 42,5 30 66 95
Artemis 2000 2-8x42 2-8x 42 5,1-16,6 75 ±3 175 670 F 335 164 61 73 49 42,5 30 76 95
3-9x42 3-9x 42 4,8-13,2 75 ±3 145 670 F 317 156 53 73 49 42,5 30 66 95
3-12x50 3-12x 50 3,5-11,1 75 ±3 116 690 F 357 169 66 73 57 42,5 30 93 95
7x50 7x 50 5,7 80 ±3 116 620 F 353 152 62 63 57 42,5 25,4 118 83
Use of the distance scale with 4A, 4B reticles To use the distance scale in your riﬂescope, simply line up the target or the portion of the target, whose height you estimate to be 0.5 m (this dimension is indicated by the number 0.5 to the left of the scale), on the bottom line in the ranging scale. Once you have done this then the number that coincides with the top of your target indicates the targets distance in hundreds of meters. For example, if the body trunk height of an adult Roebuck is estimated to be 0.5 m, then as seen in the illustration this Roebuck is approximately 200 meters away from the shooter.
Model Magniﬁcation Optical lens diameter (mm) Field of view (m/100 m) Eye relief (mm) Dioptric range of eyepiece (dpt) Min. adjustment range (cm/100m) Weight (g) Reticle in front or rear focal plane A B C D E F G H K
3-12x50 3-12x 50 3,5-11,1 75 ±3 116 740 F 357 169 66 73 57 42,5 30 93 95
Artemis 3000 3-9x42 3-9x 42 4,8-13,2 75 ±3 145 530 R 320 140 45 66 48,7 42,5 30 78 102
Meostar R1 7x56 7x 56 5,7 80 ±3 116 495 R 353 136 47 60 62 42,5 25,4 132 85
1-4x22 1-4x 22 8,6-37 80 ±3 230 480 R 306,5 202 118 55 30 41,5 30 97
4-12x40 4-12x 40 3,3-9,9 80 ±3 145 530 R 328 157 74 55 49,5 41,5 30 75 95
3-10x50 3-10x 50 4-13,3 80 ±3 145 630 R 330,5 139 57 55 60,5 41,5 30 93,5 97
Meostar R1 RD 3-12x56 3-12x 56 3,5-11,1 75 ±3 116 615 F/R 365 151 49 75 62 42,5 30 117 96
7x56 7x 56 5,7 80 ±3 116 495 R 353 136 47 60 62 42,5 25,4 132 85
1-4x22 1-4x 22 8,6-37 80 ±3 230 530 R 306,5 202 118 55 30 41,5 30 103
3-12x56 3-12x 56 3,5-11,1 75 ±3 116 665 F 365 151 49 72 62 42,5 30 117 96
Meostar Tactic 4-16x44 4-16x 44 2,4-802 80 ±3 116 740 R 386,5 153 71 55 55,5 41,5 30 135,5 97
Meostar RD/MR 1-4x22 1-4x 22 8,6-37 80 ±3 230 560 R 306,5 202 118 55 30 41,5 RAIL 103
Meostar R1r 3-12x56 3-12x 56 3,5-11,1 75 ±3 116 590 R 342 137 54 53 62 41,5 30 105 100
Meostar R1rRD 3-12x56 3-12x 56 3,5-11,1 75 ±3 116 640 R 342 137 54 53 62 41,5 30 105 100
Meostar R1RD/MR 3-12x56 3-12x 56 3,5-11,1 75 ±3 116 660 R 342 137 54 53 62 41,5 RAIL 105 100
Meostar binoculars are the culmination of our extensive experience with designing and manufacturing top quality, different professional grade optical products for many different industries including riﬂescopes and spotting scopes. The Meostar name denotes that these binoculars, utilize only the ﬁnest material available in conjunction with the most advanced, processes in their construction. Designed and built to satisfy even the most demanding professional or enthusiast, these binoculars offer superior light transmission, accurate color rendition and crisp edge to edge image clarity, putting them on par with other premium European Brands.
Nitrogen filled and sealed body for waterproof, fogproof and dustproof performance Perfectly balanced ergonomic design with thumb depressions for added comfort and easy of use Meobright multicoated 4 element objective lens
Dioptric correction wheel
Meostar B1 8x32 Meostar B1 10x32
Adjustable twist-up rubber eyecups
Phase correct, Meobright multicoated roof prism system designed to optimize image clarity, light transmission and color rendition
Meostar B1 7x42 Meostar B1 8x42 Meostar B1 10x42
Meostar B1 8x56
Meostar B1 7x50 Meostar B1 10x50 Meostar B1 12x50
Meobright multicoated 4 element eyepiece lens
Streamlined ergonomics for ease of use. Solid aluminum alloy body for a lifetime of reliable performance. Rugged rubber armored exterior for improved grip and impact protection. Fully multi-coating of all air to glass surfaces and phase corrective coating of the half pentagonal and Schmidt design roof prisms for maximum light transmission, superior edge to edge image clarity and improved comfort during long term use. Convenient twist-up rubber eye cups to accommodate both eyeglass wearers and non eyeglass wearers. Single oversized center focus wheel with built in adjustable diopter for fast, easy single ﬁnger adjustment. Completely Nitrogen purged and sealed body for a lifetime of fogproof, waterproof performance. Wide, comfortable, padded neckstrap
Model Magniﬁcation Optical lens diameter (mm) Field of view (°) Field of view (m/1000m) Eye relief (mm) Dioptric range of eyepiece (dpt) Minimum observing distance Weight (g)
8x32 8x 32 7,9 138 min. 15,4 min. ±3 max. 1,8 598
10x32 10x 32 6,3 110 min. 15 min. ±3 max. 2 600
7x42 7x 42 7,84 137 min. 20 min. ±3 max. 3 890
8x42 8x 42 7,84 137 min. 17 min. ±3 max. 3 897
10x42 10x 42 6,35 110 min. 15 min. ±3 max. 3 877
7x50 7x 50 7,21 126 min. 22,5 min. ±3 max. 4 987
10x50 10x 50 6,3 110 min. 17 min. ±3 max. 4 1020
12x50 12x 50 5,24 91 min. 14,8 min. ±3 max. 4 1020
8x56 8x 56 6,35 111 min. 21,5 min. ±3 max. 5 1120
Meostar B1, Meostar S1 accessories
Meostar B1, Meostar S1 helps to protect the Natur
Convertor 2x for binoculars Convertor for binocular – enables you to double the binocular magniﬁcation and convert it into a small spotting scope. Compact, lightweight and easy to use.
Standard Case (included)
Tripod adapter for binoculars
Luxury Leather Case for Meostar B1 Binoculars Case is supplied in 3 sizes: for models 7x42, 8x42 a 10x42 for models 7x50, 10x50 a 12x50 for model 8x56 Meopod Tripod
KODAS (Club for Protection of Birds of Prey and Owls, branch of Children of the Earth) is a non-proﬁt group of people who are extremely concerned with the fate of endangered birds of prey and owls. They realize the dire situations of these birds and have banded together to change this dismal state. In all KODAS projects, they strive to create conditions where birds of prey and owls can return to their environment, protect their nests during nesting times and to change the general attitude towards these amazing and graceful birds. The main objective of the Falco project is to provide vigilant protection to endangered nests of rare birds of prey within the framework of Action Falco and Action Aquila. The secondary mission is to monitor areas where illegal bird trafﬁcking is at its worst and to bring light to these so-called “bird crimes”. For observing nests and birds KODAS uses Meopta Meostar S1 spotting scopes and Meostar B1 binoculars
Leoš Hlaváček likes relaxing in the countryside using the high quality Meopta optics, too.
Meostar S1 75 Straight
Meostar S1 75 Angled
Spotting scopes are designed for the Natureviewer, Birdwatcher, Hunter and Target Shooter who demands a compact, lightweight, waterproof instrument with the highest levels of light transmission and deﬁnition. Meostar S1-75 APO (provided with apochromatic objectives) are devoted to the most exigent customers. These scopes have been designed to reduce secondary color aberration and assure brilliant crystal clear images under even the most difﬁcult light conditions and are ideally suited for taking long distance photos. The eyepieces for Meopta TGA and Meostar S1 are mutually interchangeable except for the 30x WA-R ranging eyepiece, which can only be used with the TGA75.
Eyepiece 30x WA
Meostar S1 75 S APO Straight
Meostar S1 75 APO Angled
Magniﬁcation Field of view Exit pupil diameter Lens diameter Dioptric correction Eye relief Close fokus (with 0 Dpt) Tripod thread Length (without eyepiece) Weight (without eyepiece)
Meostar S1 75 Meosta S1 75 - APo Straight/Angled Straight/Angled 30xWA 20-60x 30xWA 20-60x 38 m/1000 m 31-16 m/1000 m 38 m/1000 m 31-16 m/1000 m 2,5 mm 3,75-1,25 mm 2,5 mm 3,75-1,25 mm 75 mm ±5 Dpt 15 mm 4,2 m W 1/4” 350 mm 365 mm 1150 g 1295 g
Meopta DP1 30x High quality digiscoping has never been as easy and affordable as it is with the new Meopta DP1 30x eyepiece. The Meopta DP1 30x eyepiece enables you to capture an image while still observing the image through the eyepiece. You do not have to interrupt your observation to take a picture, nor do you need to invest in an expensive device that merges those two functionalities. All you need is your favorite digital camera, ﬁtted to the Meopta DP1 30x eyepiece by means of the camera’s tripod thread. Then, simply observe and capture images as you desire.
The design of our TGA 75 draw tube spotting scope offers superior light transmission, edge to edge image resolution and clarity, stemming from our fully multi coated lenses and prisms. The draw tube design allows for quick set up, using an 1/4“ or 3/4“ tripod mount, or simply a rock or tree for support. The TGA 75 has a secure grip and provides smooth and precise focusing. This collapsible (9.5 inches) and easy to carry light weight (40.6 ounce) scope is ideal for use in the ﬁeld and especially on the move! The noise and shock dampening rubber armor makes this water and dust resistant scope extremely rugged and a must for any serious backpacker or hunter. The eyepieces for Meopta TGA 75 and Meostar S1 75 are mutually interchangeable except for the 30x WA-R ranging eyepiece, which can only be used with the TGA 75.
Meopta DP1 30x eyepiece ﬁts most compact digital cameras with an optical zoom span of up to 6x. The Meopta DP1 30x does not work with SLR and DSLR cameras. In many instances, pictures will be bordered by a black frame with rounded corners. This is normal, but can be edited using any photo editing software, if so desired. For best results, it is important to minimize vibrations in your digiscoping set-up. A solid tripod is a must, while a remote shutter release offers a signiﬁcant advantage.
This product was developed with the support of the Ministry of Trade and Industry of the Czech Republic
Magniﬁcation Eye relief (mm) Dioptric range of eyepiece (dpt) Field of view Dimensions (mm) Weight (g)
30x 16x 16 24 ±4 2°8’ (37m/131mm) 1°20’x1° (23,3x17,5m/1000m) 137x132x131 669
Digiscoping with DSLR cameras • The Meopta Photoadapter is designed for digiscoping with single lens reﬂex (SLR) cameras. The Photoadapter transforms your Meostar spotting scope into an 800mm telephoto lens. • A T-ring is used to connect the standardized thread of the Photoadapter to your camera’s body. T-rings are brand speciﬁc and can be purchased for your brand of camera at any good camera shop. • Compatible with most SLR and DSLR cameras
Focal length f-number Camera attachment Photoadapter lenght Photoadapter weight
Meostar S1-75 Straight/Angled, Meostar S1-75 APO Straight/Angled, TGA 75 with photoadapter 800 mm 11,1 ring T2 167 mm 180g
Meopta H75 30x WA-R The Meopta H75 30x WA-R is a ﬁxed power wide-angle eyepiece, which has been designed for the TGA 75. What makes this eyepiece unique is that it has been ﬁtted with a ranging reticle (cross) enabling the user to estimate the distance of the object being observed. Use of the ranging reticle to estimate distance: The dash lines placed from top to bottom on thin lines subtend the angle of 1 m at 1000 m, i.e. 1 milliradian. In military terminology this angle is called 1 mil. The distance D can be determined by a simple calculation using the formula D = 1000 x H / h, where H stands for the actual target height in meter and h stands for its angular height in scale divisions. For precise range ﬁnding it is necessary for the user to know the exact or estimated target height. For example, the estimated height of an adult Roebuck body trunk is 0.5 m and with angular height in the reticle screen as seen in the illustration below the distance is calculated as follows: D = 1000 x 0,5 /h = 125 m.
Magniﬁcation 30xWA, 30x WA-R 20-60x Field of view 38 m/1000 m 31-16 m/1000 m Lens diameter 75 mm ±5 Dpt Dioptric correction 15 mm Eye relief 6m Minimum observing distance 250 / 375 mm Length (without eyepiece) 1150 g Weight (without eyepiece)
Integrated sun-shade with aiming element
Meostar S1 in the Hands of Champions Fully multi coated standard glass objective for the Meostar S1 and TGA models. Meobright fully multi coated premium grade fluorite (APO version) and non-fluorite glass objective lenses
Rapid focus focusing wheel from 4m to infinity Focusing lens
Phase correct roof prism system designed to optimize image clarity, light transmission and color rendition
Rugged outer body compositions include Lightweight Aluminium Alloy for TGA model. To reduce weight further Aluminium Alloy and Carbon fiber composite have been combined for the Meostar S1 series
Michal Šlesingr, Member of Czech biathlon team • Biathlon World Championships Antholz- Anterselva ITA) 2007 - Men 10 km Sprint - Silver Medal • Men 20 km Individual - Bronze Medal • Biathlon European Championships Nové Město na Moravě (CZ) 2008 • Men 20 km Persistence race - Silver Medal • Men 10 km Sprint – Bronze Medal • Relay Men 4 x 7,5 km – Bronze Medal •
Eyepiece fitting Tripod mount
Biathlon World Championships Oberhof, Germany 2009 - Men 10 km Sprint - Fourth position
Zuzana Tryznová, Czech biathlon member • Biathlon European Championships Nové Město na Moravě (CZ) 2008 • Woman Sprint 7,5 km – Silver Medal Czech biathlon team is equipped with Meopta Meostar S1 75 APO spotting scopes.
Nitrogen filled and sealed body for waterproof, dustproof superior performance.Perfectly balanced ergonomic design for added comfort and easy of use
Meostar S1 in the Hands of Champions Foto Radek Kočí
NEMÁM Norwegian biathlon team is equipped with Meopta Meostar S1 75 APO spotting scopes, too.
Pavel Balák – Represents the Czech National Team in Muzzel Loader Competition • Hradec Kralove Czech Champion and Bronze Medalist, representing the Czech National Team in Flintlock Musket shooting • 26x Czech Champion in Muzzle Loader competition Pavel Balák exclusively uses Meostar S1 spotting scopes for target observation in practice and competition.
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