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    Zeiss prf 8x26 rangefinder with meters or yards option brand new

    This system has become an indispensable companion, whether for hunting abroad or at home. Not only knowledge of the exact distance to game is a decisive factor, but also the resulting holdover (requiring the hunter to aim x centimeters above or below the target) is of major importance.

    With the Victory 8 x 26 T* PRF, Carl Zeiss implemented the world's first digital laser rangefinder with LED display and integrated BISTM ballistic calculator. The high-performance optics with a two-element Achromat in the 26 mm lens and Carl Zeiss T* coating provides a very bright image: its 8x magnification also makes the Victory 8x26 T* PRF ideal for long distance observation, and the 26 mm lens diameter provides reserves for poor light conditions. The 110 m field of view, measured at a distance of 1000 m, provides users with a full overview in any situation.

    The ergonomic design and ease of use of the Victrory PRF also leave nothing to be desired. A slight press of the measuring button displays the range and the required correction value for the point of impact in the field of view. Observation

    Bright, high-contrast image thanks to the 8 x 26 T* optics. The self-illuminating LED display used instead of a light-swallowing LCD display and the large 26 mm lens diameter ensure outstanding image brightness

    Fast and precise rangefinding thanks to a laser measuring system with digital signal evaluation. a) Press the RANGEFINDING button = turn on the target mark and aim at the game b) Release the button = measurement and display of the distance Either in meters or yards. This 'One-touch principle'' ensures fast and precise measurement with minimum blur caused by hand tremor.
    Ballistic calculation

    If a ballistic program is set, the ballistic calculator automatically shows the correction value for the holdover after displaying the distance. Example: H32 means: aim 32 cm higher
    Brilliant Optics

    Bright image thanks to 26 mm lens diameter
    T* multi-coating for maximum light transmission.
    Full field of view for eyeglass wearers thanks to special eyepieces
    Mechanics and industrial design

    Robust, waterproof housing with rubber armoring
    Easy-to-grip, ergonomically designed shape.
    Ideal for precise measurements at long distances due to optimization for dual hand holding.
    Large rotary eyecup with four clickstops for customized fitting.

    Invisible, eye-safe class 1M laser for rangefinding up to 1200 m.
    Clearly arranged and easy operation via two buttons.
    Self-illuminating LED display with automatic brightness adjustment.

    Rangefinding, either in meters or yards.
    BISTM ballistic information system with display of the required correction of the point of impact.
    Selection of the bullet flight path and the zeroing range for the BIS via the SET button.
    Scan Mode for fast repeating measurements of small of moving targets.
    One-Touch concept

    Fast and precise measurement.
    Press the MESS button: indicator appears
    Release the Mess button: the measurement is performed and the result displayed.
    New boxed vat invoice supplied if needed 490 delivered
    Pm me if your interestedAttachment 21746

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    Price drop 470 delivered
    pm me if your interested

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    Is this a new product ?

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