Predator 10x42 LRF Reviews
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To High Definition optics we add the Predator diamond coating - a secret Steiner technology that generates superior light transmission and high contrast imaging. All this in compact, lightweight design that provides the military ruggedness and durability you expect from Steiner.
Decades of range-finding binocular experience packed into an innovative hunting bino.
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Predator LRF electronics components are completely integrated into the binocular housing providing an optimal grip without bumps or protrusions getting in the way.
Built-in angle compensation provides the information hunters need, displaying an automatically adjusted distance or line-of-sight and angle of observation.
Various measuring modes
Always achieve the most accurate results through standard, rain, long-distance, or short-distance modes, and quickly learn a landscape through continuous scan mode. Range in either meters or yards for a bino suitable for use on any continent.
Predator Diamond Coating
Added to High Definition optics, the secret Steiner technology generates superior light transmission, high contrast, and high definition imaging.
The Central focusing wheel requires minimal rotation for quick absolute sharpness from close-up to infinity.
|Item No.||Magnification||Objective Lens||Field of View||Special Feature||Ranging Distance|
|2057||10 x||42 mm||315 ft at 1000 yds||LRF measuring range; 5.5 yards – 1969 yard||-|
how well does the rangefinder in the lrf binoculars work when hunting in the woods? Does a lot of trees interfere with the rang finding capabilities? Thanks.
Is the reticle illuminated?
I am puzzled by how to attach the included neck strap to the binoculars. The small clips do not seem to fit the brackets on the binoculars
Im curious what the interpupillary distance is on the 10x42 Predator LRF binocular.
Are you able to link with any type of ballistic software?
Do you do a military discount?? Thanks in advance!
I am trying to understand the large price difference between the Predator 10 x 42 and Predator 10 x 42 LRF. Why would the LRF add so much to the price?
Can I use a tripod on this binoculars hunter predators 10x42 LRF please let me know
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