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Rangefinder

Posted By: Northwestern3

Rangefinder - 09/15/20 04:15 PM

I'm looking for advice on purchasing a rangefinder. It will primarily be used for archery season. Any recommendations?

Thanks,

Ryan
Posted By: gr8fuldoug

Re: Rangefinder - 09/15/20 04:43 PM

Take a look at theefd3-00163e90e196?variation=1798492]Leica CRF-2400R[/url]
The new CRF 2400-R offers a newly designed LED display for even better readability of scanned distances. The new LED display adjusts itself automatically to the ambient light to aid precise readability.
Another remarkable feature is the extremely fast scan mode, which takes measurements every 0.5 seconds.
Up to a measuring distance of 200 yards (182 meters), the unit displays the results in decimal figures (to 0.1y), enabling even more precise distance measurement for archers.
The CRF 2400-R determines the equivalent horizontal range (EHR) up to a distance of 1,200 yards (1,097 meters) when required. With this feature, the unit provides the practical anglecompensated distance, which is essential for an accurate long-distance shot.
Thanks to its compact design it fits easily into any pocket – weighing just 6.5 ounces and is waterproof to 1m.
The outstanding optics with a 7x magnification ensure the best image brightness and a wide field of view.
Posted By: Northwestern3

Re: Rangefinder - 09/16/20 01:02 PM

Awesome, thank you for the input.
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