Any one used the vortex 5000 fury range finding binoculars? Are they good in last/low light? Would it be worth getting the newer version with applied ballistics? Is there any other range finding binoculars in a similar price range that are better?
Thank you in advance Everyone.
Leica geovids 8x42 hdr 2700 range finder binos great bit selling as I’m moving on from
Shooting they are missing the eye cup on the left side my 7 year old lost it easily replaced around £50 for a new one lenses in great shape body in great shape also comes with its original box
£1600 plus postage
Any first hand experience on these bins please?
From the reviews I’ve read and watched online they seem very good considering the price and quality of glass you get.
Are they comparable to other European manufacturers at a fraction of the cost?
Real world experience is always...
As new Leica binocular. Perfect condition. Only lightly used and limited stalking use. Boxed.
Can set it up to range your target and display the either the true range of the shot or the drop correction in inch/cm/clicks/ minute of angle having accounted for atmospherics and the shot...
Moderate 8x power magnifies without sacrificing field of view and exit pupil for easier viewing, especially in low-light conditions
HDC fully multi-coated system has abrasion-resistant and anti-reflection properties to protect exterior lens surfaces, and maximize light transmission with a...
Precise, repeatable results up to true 3200 yards
Waterproof, rugged and ergonomic design
Superior optical quality with extremely high light transmission
Revolutionary ease of use thanks to the Leica Hunting App
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For those of you who may be after a new set of non RF binoculars. I was at Moy Game Fair today and R Macleod (Tain) had some Blaser 8x and 10x Blaser Binoculars there. I must admit for £995 they are optically fantastic.(may be a show price only?). I have no affiliation, but i must admit they...