Leica Geovid Hd-B 8X42 Binoculars

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Leica Geovid Hd-B 8X42 Binoculars -
Enhance your long-range shooting accuracy with Leica's Advanced Ballistic Compensation technology. An integrated, highly accurate ballistic processor gathers temperature, barometric pressure and angular information to reveal ballistic information. With a touch of the button, precise hold over, turret adjustment or drop-down reticle aiming information can be displayed in less than a second. Leica Geovid HD-B 8x42 Binoculars calculates all factors that may influence bullet's trajectory; preprogrammed with twelve ballistic curves that cover the trajectories of most modern cartridges. Easy-to-read yard or meter measurements displayed in the eyepiece. An included micro-SD card allows shooters to save individual ballistic data, and swap cards for different cartridge/rifle combinations. Perger porro-prism system delivers a fantastic 3D view. The extremely lightweight but durable magnesium housing is waterproof to 5 meters. Eyesafe class 1 laser, ranges out to 2,000 yards on non-reflective objects.
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Leica Geovid Hd-B 8X42 Binoculars Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Awe inspiring performance

The optical clarity is outstanding, which you would expect for a high end binocular/rangefinder in this price range. They are very clear under marginal/lowlight conditions. (More so than my 7x50 marine binoculars.) I am extremely impressed with the light transmission before sunrise.
The rangefinder portion is easy to use and quite fast. (I was able to range an airplane in the air right after take off.) Although advertised at 2000 yards, I was able to range a reflective target at 2600 yards. These binoculars are very comfortable to hold, and don't weigh as much in your hand as you would expect them to for their size.
The only slight drawback is that I already lost both end caps, but Leica did send me replacements at no charge. (The end caps come separately in the box and you have to slide them onto the barrel of the binocular. They had popped off the end of the binocular and I think I inadvertently snapped my backpack belt over them as they were hanging down.)
NorCalBlacktailscout at Cabelas on 08/31/2013

Leica Geovid 8 x 42

I originally tried the Swarovski Range model. Although the Swarovski was a bit clearer I found the Leica able to range more accurately and in slightly poorer conditions with the Leica. An additional feature I really like is the ability to add your own ballistic info. The only downside, the Leica folks really need to improve their carrying case and cap system. Overall a great instrument.
NCAL at Cabelas on 12/31/2013

Eagle Eyes

Hands down the best binoculars anybody could buy! The technology of these binoculars is unbelievable.. You need to get down to a Cabelas near you and put them in your hands then you will see what I mean.. Cons you ask -not one, not even the cost!
Cracker36 at Cabelas on 09/27/2013

Negative Reviews:


I purchased these online and waited several weeks for this backordered item to be delivered to me. I was always a big fan of the Leica's rangefinder technology and optical quality. My first impression of these 10x42 binos was they are too big and did not even fit into the carrying case that I use. The worst part was that I was never able to get the rangefinder to read past 17 yards. I took these into my local Cabela's store and confirmed that the rangefinder did not work. I traded them for a pair of Swaro 10x42EL Range and have been happy ever since. I would expect much better quality out of the box from these expensive Leica's!
montanawthunter at Cabelas on 11/05/2013