Originally Posted by davewilson
in Len's article he gave the beam divergence of both the binoculars and the $700 monocular. the monocular was bigger but smaller than the Swaro or Leica.
Dave, your right that he did list the monocular, but I looked agian and the monocular was listed of a divergance of 4 x 2. I also looked at the divergance of a CRF leica and it was .5 x 2.5 (less than the Swaro). With that said, I just wonder how much stock can be put into the beam divergance thing?? I know a Swaro will out range a CRF any day of the week. True practical ranging ability must be measured by other means I would guess.
I think one will have to waite for someone to take the plunge and compare side by side the Leica, Swaro, Ziess side by side in the field on sunny days and cloudy days.