Zeiss makes some excelent optics, but you might won't a scope with finer adjustments, it has 1cm per click adjustment and that is almost a 1/2 MOA clicks where 1/4 MOA clicks would be prefurable.
Most of the european scopes, zeiss, swarviski etc used to have the cross hairs on a diffrent focal plane than the US optics.(first or second focal plane?Can't remember what is what) What does that mean? With a zeiss when you increase the power of a scope the size of the cross hairs increase. A disadvantage with long range precision shots. I have been out of shooting for a while so things may have changed. The zeiss optics are an exellant optic and this diffrent focal plane has other advantages, I can't remember what they are now.
With US style optics as the power and thus size of the target in your scope increases the crosshairs remain the same size.
But one question we have not asked. Number of adjustments, and what caliber are we shooting at those ranges. This Zeiss only has 57 inches at 100 yards (roughly 57 MOA). Even with a 20 MOA rail, this will not be enough to get you to 1500 yards with 99% of the calibers. For those kind of ranges you need mega adjustments, and for $1300 your choices drop to just a very few. One would be the Leupold Mark 4 16x with M1 knobs. This scope has 140 MOA of adjustments, and of course, excellent lenses and tube construction.
Depends a lot on caliber, you'll need to figure out the amount of MOA you'll need to get to those ranges.