Wednesday, March 7, 2012


The universal binocular in a new price segment.

Dear Leica Friends,
Birding in the wild is a challenge in itself. Patience is essential, but the most important thing is rugged and reliable equipment. With the new generation of the Trinovid 42, you are optically only a hair’s breadth away from the scene. Both models master every challenge - and reward you with a breathtaking view. Find out more.
Your Leica Team

Leica Trinovid 42 - Rugged and reliable
The new Trinovid 42 represents the latest generation of a classic - one which has proven itself for over half a century. More than a mere reproduction!


These new binoculars are the result of our dedication to improving technology and investing in better materials. The outcome: two new Trinovid models that are better than ever.

Their trademark: compact and ergonomic construction, internal focusing with intuitive handling and superior optical performance. Their nitrogen-filled magnesium bodies make them so robust that they take everything in their stride. In fact, they are almost indestructible - just like their earlier generations.

All-round rubber armouring maximises shock resistance and provides a secure and non-slip grip. Even the bridge component is completely protected. You will never want to be without your Trinovid 42 binoculars again, especially on long and demanding birding trips.

1 comment:

  1. The Leica and cameras and photography in general certainly offer a lot of topics for discussion. But we must not forget the ultimate purpose of why we have cameras; to take pictures. For that reason I would like to start a weekly (or possibly daily) gallery of photographs. But I don’t want this to be a showcase for just my own work; to the contrary, I would like to encourage everyone to submit photographs for display on this blog. The copyright to the photographs will remain with the photographer and no pictures will ever be used for any other purpose unless permission is given by the copyright holder.
    No registration for this site is necessary. Just email any of the photographs to either of my email addresses at: or

    If possible, please include the make and model of the camera (any camera, not just Leica) and any other information you deem important.

    It is my hope that this may become one of the most sought after topics of this blog.

    Thank you,

    Heinz Richter