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ZEISS Announces New State-of-the-Art Tripod and Head

ZEISS Announces New State-of-the-Art Tripod and HeadCHESTER, Va., August 2, 2010 – Carl Zeiss is now offering a newly designed aluminum tripod set with many enhancements over its predecessor. This newest model features a state-of-the-art Photo/Video Head for quick and easy observation and photography using the ZEISS DiaScopes and PhotoScope. It also works well for most ZEISS binoculars with the ZEISS Binofix Tripod Adaptor. The features and benefits of the new design include:

* Smoother motion, improved fluid action
* More stability (counter balance spring)
* Built-in sliding balance plate
* Control arm can be mounted on either side
* Improved quick release plate

The tripod’s rugged leg set ensures stability in the field and is easy to adjust for all of your observation needs.

The new ZEISS Aluminum Tripod Set comes with spikes, a carrying strap and locking clips.

MSRP: $529.00

About Carl Zeiss:
Carl Zeiss is an international group of companies in the optical and optoelectronic industries. The company has representatives in more than 30 countries. Carl Zeiss is a stock corporation which is wholly owned by the Carl Zeiss Stiftung (Carl Zeiss Foundation).

The products and services from Carl Zeiss set the standards in the Medical and Research Solutions, Industrial Solutions and Lifestyle Products markets. The ZEISS brand has stood for innovative ideas, precision and quality for more than 160 years. Around 13,000 employees work for Carl Zeiss around the world. During fiscal year 2008/09, they generated revenues of EUR 2.1 billion. As part of the Carl Zeiss Group, Carl Zeiss Sports Optics is responsible for sales, marketing and distribution of its state-of-the-art binoculars, spotting scopes, riflescopes and laser rangefinders throughout the United States.

For more information, visit: zeiss.com/sports or call 1-800-441-3005.

Contact:
Shannon S. Jackson, Press Relations (804) 343-3608 or sjackson@shannonjacksonpr.com

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