Re: G7 BR2 (Ballistic Rangefinder 2000) rangefinder video intro
Not sure who you are referring to. For me, part of the benefit of this rangefinder is that it allows you to store your ballistic profiles in the rangefinder. So it will quickly obtains atmospheric conditions and yardage then applies it to the selected ballistic profile for a very quick and complete output. The problem for me is that the unit won't output to MIL, which is what I use, so in some ways the ballistic profile part of the unit is a waste for me.
Part of the concept of this unit, for me at least, is the time and weight savings you get by not having to range with one unit, gather atmospheric conditions with another, then input all of that info into the third unit you have to carry, a pda to get a proper dial up or hold over, etc.
It will still output angle compensated distance so I would just have to use it as a standard rangefinder.