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Next generation rangefinder

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Unread 08-26-2013, 07:14 PM
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Next generation rangefinder

This is a sneak preview of the next generation of hunting rangefinders as well as an unusual opportunity to view and critique a piece of technology pre-market. In exchange, we ask only for some thoughts and participation on the topic.

Many of us are excited by recent releases in the rangefinder market, most notably Leica’s Geovid HD-B, Swarovski’s EL Range, and the G7 BR2. More interesting still is what the next leap in rangefinding optics will offer on challenging hunts.

The demo video for Visual Orientation System (VOS) is presented 3 minutes into the 4 minute questionnaire. We are happy to address any questions left along with an address in the final comments section – no personal information required (State or non-US country only).

Link to video: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Visual_Orientation_System

To summarize:
VOS enables a hunter to precisely navigate to any laser-able Point of Interest (POI) in the wilderness. Meaning that, with stunning accuracy, you keep track of important locations that cannot be otherwise marked with a handheld GPS.

Step 1. Laser any POI to lock down its location
Step 2. On demand, check your constantly updating POI vector to maintain orientation and track progress during a maneuver

Personally, I look forward to never again losing track of the animal on a long stalk.

Last edited by aballoga; 08-26-2013 at 09:53 PM. Reason: Changed paragraph order
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Unread 09-23-2013, 09:36 PM
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Re: Next generation rangefinder

The survey is now closed.

Many thanks to all who participated - your enthusiasm and support are greatly appreciated.

Good hunting,
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