Probably the Bushnell because the Zeiss is on a lightweight hunting rifle and I have had great luck with the rapid z800 ret for hunting, it is a little thick but is easily seen in low light conditions, the glass is great, I could easily make shots out to 400 yds way after legal light. I use the reticule hold overs if time is limited and dial if I have extra time. I had Zeiss install a Moa turret on the elevation and the clicks are positive and precise, also I like the 18 minutes in one turn. This is a tough to beat hunting scope.
I found this thread by searching the internet for reviews on this scope. Nieko, could you confirm the amount of total elevation adjustment that this scope has? I've seen some different numbers on the net and it ranges from 50 MOA to 80 MOA.
I had an elite 6-24 that was 99% perfect except that it only had 50 MOA of adjustment and even with a 20 MOA rail on the gun I couldn't get the range I needed out of the scope. I sold that 6-24 and put on the old reliable 3200 10X that's got all the elevation adjustment that I need.
For the money this new scope seems to be a great solution for people who like a variable high magnification scope but don't want to sacrafice short range field of view.