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|Package Weight||1.5 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||6.75 x 4.8 x 3.9"|
|Objective Lens Diameter||26 mm|
|Angle of View||6.3°|
|Field of View||330' @ 1000 yd / 110 m @ 1000 m|
|Minimum Focus Distance||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Focusing Range & Accuracy||10-1300 yd / 10-1200 m ≤600 m ±1 m ≥600 m ±0.5%|
|Exit Pupil Diameter||3.25 mm|
|Weatherproofing||Waterproof & fogproof|
|Power Source||1 CR2 battery|
|Dimensions||5.1 x 3.9 x 1.9" / 13.0 x 9.8 x 4.8 cm|
|Weight||10.93 oz / 310 g|
|Eye Relief||17.5 mm|
Typical fantastic Zeiss optical performance and 8X magnification is great. I use this primarily for golf and its performance is great - easily measure to flags over 500 yards in normal conditions. Have measured other targets over 1400 yards. Very quick and accurate at realistic golf yardages.
I haven't used this for hunting, yet, but (so far) I love it! Very easy to set-up, clear instructions. The Zeiss quality that we have come to expect is there. The rubberized outer coating on the product is great, a nice grip. The monocular is light, easy-to-operate, bright display (yards or meters).
The clarity of the glass is phenomenal and is more clear than My Leupold RX 1600. Very impressed!
Used for hunting and target shooting. ranges beyond what is in spec's. ranged target out to 1360 yards. Is accurate and well built. Its a bit expensive but worth the extra.
I like the Zeiss because it has larger optics (26 mm) than most other brands (20mm). Very sharp, bright, and doubles as a monocular for spotting game. Only things that I dont like is the case has no strap (lost it once, but remembered where it might have fallen), the front (lens) has no cover, and...
Works as advertised and as documented. It appears to be of high quality. I got mine on sale so i'm very happy about that. This model is fairly minimalist in features compared to some other rangefinders. Weigh features, quality, price, and intended purpose when choosing a rangefinder.
Good rangefinder for the money, very clear optics
I purchased this rangefinder to estimate targets in the Nevada desert. During my research I compared this unit to the Leica CRF 1000. Optically, I think that the Leica had a slight edge, but the somewhat larger objective and higher magnification of the Zeiss is what sold me on it.
I primarily use this rangefinder for long-range shooting in the field. For this purpose, it's hard to imagine a better rangefinder. For one thing, it ranges accurately out to 1,200 yards. I've even gotten a reading at 1,450 yards! The readings are very quick as well, which is nice.
This is a great LRF and w/ the price drop it's the best LRF for the money! I put the battery in, walked outside and ranged out to 1407y! It's only rated for 1300y. The glass quality is good too, couldn't be happier. ...Thanks BHP!