Re: Best rangefinder
It's too bad the Vectronix is so expensive. They have a really good set of bino/LR combos that are great, but SUUUUPER expensive at around $12k.
Leica CRF1600- Ranges well, nice reticle, tight beam divergence for ranging what you're aiming at, gives pressure reading and temperature, physically smaller- like a small pocket camera.
Swaro- Ranges arguably a little better/more consistent than the Leica, reticle isn't as good as leica, almost the size of 8X binos. Just distance, no pressure or temp.
These are the two I'm considering and leaning towards the Leica. We'll see. The G7 will be out soon so there's another option, all be it at twice the price of the Leica and Swaro. When it's released there may be a chance to get the former at a good deal...