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Unread 03-03-2010, 12:56 AM
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Re: Rangefinder

My Leica LRF 1200 has always woked well for me... the new CRF is even better than my older unit. NJS
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    Re: Rangefinder

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    for those not venturing far from a vehicle, nothing can touch the military barr & stroud, or wild rangefinders. all the rest are junk compared to those. they will work every time regardless of conditions. if you can see the target you will get a range. ive been using a barr & stroud for over 35 years. i also recently bought a wild on ebay which is as new. ive owned 2 swarovskis one of which i bought recently. im questioning my sanity for buying it. forget the damned reveiws, and what others tell you about them. go out and use one then decide.
    I have a B&S but need to find a way to mount it on a regular camera tripod. How do you have yours mounted?
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    Re: Rangefinder

    We gave a Swaro LRF to one of our blogging partners for a review. Here's his article with Photos:

    Swaro LRF 8x30 Article Review

    Thanks,

    Mike @ CST
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    Sorry, but hard to think the review you posted was very objective when the author used sentences directly from the Swaro catalog or web page...

    "Monocular laser range finder with perfect image quality due to our patented binocular expertise. Unique technology for accurate measurement even in poor weather conditions and over large distances."

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    Re: Rangefinder

    I was a bit disappointed in the review too. I don't feel ranging buildings with reflective glass tells me what I need to know. Unless, there was a huge Elk mounted in one of the offices.

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