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Need bino harness for Leica Geovid #7715694 01/12/20 10:49 PM
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I recently bought the Leica Geovid 10x42 HD-B 3000 Rangefinder binoculars. After researching here and online, I am wondering if I need to avoid a binocular harness that has a magnetic closure because these binoculars have an electronic component. Can anyone advise if this is a valid concern?

Many thanks.


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Re: Need bino harness for Leica Geovid [Re: wsjaxIV] #7715767 01/13/20 12:00 AM
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Originally Posted by wsjaxIV
I recently bought the Leica Geovid 10x42 HD-B 3000 Rangefinder binoculars. After researching here and online, I am wondering if I need to avoid a binocular harness that has a magnetic closure because these binoculars have an electronic component. Can anyone advise if this is a valid concern?

Many thanks.


I have not noticed any issue with mine, nor did my guide this fall.

Re: Need bino harness for Leica Geovid [Re: wsjaxIV] #7715938 01/13/20 02:23 AM
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Originally Posted by wsjaxIV
I recently bought the Leica Geovid 10x42 HD-B 3000 Rangefinder binoculars. After researching here and online, I am wondering if I need to avoid a binocular harness that has a magnetic closure because these binoculars have an electronic component. Can anyone advise if this is a valid concern?

Many thanks.


The Magnet won’t mess with it. Now if you are using a compass make sure and hold it away from magnets, your phone also


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Re: Need bino harness for Leica Geovid [Re: wsjaxIV] #7716131 01/13/20 01:44 PM
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Good deal. Thanks, guys.


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Re: Need bino harness for Leica Geovid [Re: wsjaxIV] #7718684 01/15/20 05:45 PM
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Does not bother mine one bit so far.

Re: Need bino harness for Leica Geovid [Re: wsjaxIV] #7719617 01/16/20 04:01 PM
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How do you feel about those Geovids? Have you had them in the field??

I looked through a pair at DSC- but it's hard to make a call indoors. I'd be hard pressed to give up my Swaro EL 12x50s, which are especially handy to get on a tripod with the outdoorsman adapter.

Do the Leica RF binos have a tripod mount or is the only option that big strap on (no pun intended) mount for the tripod??

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I have not used them in the field yet - just played around with them a bit in the back yard. I had Leupold 10x42 binos and a Sig rangefinder so I stepped up quite a bit in equipment. I will have to look again to see if they can be attached to a tripod.


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