LEICA Geovid HD-R 42mm (Type 402 & Type 403)

For more than 20 years, Leica has been renowned as the pioneer of laser range finding products. Now Leica is continuing its success story by introducing their newest member of the popular Geovid laser range finder binocular line up – the New Geovid HD-R with proven open-bridge ergonomic design and fast, simple to use inclined shooting solutions.

With the newly added EHR™ functionality the GEOVID HD-R 42, quickly provides ranging information based upon distance and angle for the hunter and shooter. At the touch of a single button and within a split second the background algorithm working with the Advanced Rifleman’s Rule geometric calculation delivers precise EHR distance information for determining the correct hold over, turret adjustment or drop down reticle aiming point. Within only 0.2 seconds, the Leica GEOVID HD-R 42 provides highly accurate and usable information for an accurate shot, especially at steep inclines and over longer distances.

The New Geovid HD-R provides line of sight laser ranging from 10 to 2000+ yards and precise EHR calculations from 10 to 600 yards.

Key Features:

  • Quick handling, comfortable open ergonomic bridge design
  • Actuation button on right-hand side
  • Quiet, non-slip rubber armoring
  • Bright, patented, advanced Perger Porro Prism system
  • Lightweight, highly durable magnesium body
  • Bright, easy-to-read display system with auto-brightness control

LEICA Geovid 8×42 HD-R (type 402) retails for $2,599 and the LEICA Geovid 10×42 HD-B (type 403) is $2,649. Available in late February.

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