SOLD/EXPIRED Leica 10x42 Geovid BRF-Y Bino/Rangefinder

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by trebark, Mar 29, 2015.

  1. trebark

    trebark Well-Known Member

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    Here's my Leica 10x42 Geovid bino/rangefinder. Includes carry case, strap and all rubber lens covers. Model # 40029 BRF-Y (they measure in yards). Glass is crystal clear and overall binos are in excellent condition.

    $1500 includes USPS Priority Mail service to your door.

    Here are the specs:
    Optical Performance
    • 10x magnification
    • 42mm objective lenses
    • Fluoride glass for high-contrast images and true color representation
    • Anti-reflective and abrasion-resistant HDC (High Durable Coating) multicoating increases light transmission and protects lenses
    • Field of view: 331' at 1000 yards
    • Close focus distance: 18'
    • Exit pupil: 4.2mm
    Laser Rangefinder
    • Class 1 eye-safe IR laser
    • Single range to a stationary target, or scan for moving or multiple subjects
    • Built-in inclinometer automatically compensates for up or down hill ranging and displays horizontal equivalent
    • Range displayed in Yards only
    • Measurement range: 10 to 1400 yards
    • Measuring accuracy: ±1 yd (1 m) to 382 yd (350 m), ±2 yd (2 m) to 766 yd (700 m), ±0.5 % beyond 766 yd (700 m)
    • In-view LED display with ambient-light-controlled brightness
    • Powered by one CR2 lithium battery
    Use and Handling
    • Center focus wheel
    • ±4 dioptic adjustment
    • AquaDura water and dirt repellent lens coating
    • Two-position click-stop twist-up eyecup for customized eye-relief with or without eye wear
    • Tethered objective lens caps for easy flip-down use
    • Tripod mountable with optional adapter
    Construction Details
    • Nitrogen-filled, water and fogproof
    • Submersible to 16.5' (5 m)
    • Aluminum alloy housing
    • Operational temperature down to -13°F (-25°C)
     

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  2. trebark

    trebark Well-Known Member

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    Recently discovered that the specs posted earlier were incorrect. Here are correct specs...

    Exit pupil: 4.2mm
    Twilight factor: 20.49
    Field of view at 1000 yds.: 331 feet (110 m at 1000 m)
    Objective angle of view: 6.3°
    Close focusing distance approx.: 5.6m
    Diopter compensation: ± 3.5 dpt
    Range: 10 yds to approx. 1,300 yds (50 ft to approx. 3,936 ft)
    Distance measurement Accuracy: ± 1 m/yds up to 350 m/380 yds ± 2 m/yds up to 700 m/763 yds ± 0,5 % beyond 700 m/763 yds
    Distance measurement Readouts: 4-digit LED display
    Adjustable interpupillary distance: 56-74mm
    Focusing: Internal focusing via central focusing drive
    Prism system: Roof prism with phase correction layer
    Watertightness: Watertight to a depth of 5m/16.5 ft
    Housing: Die-cast aluminium, nitrogen-filled
    Dimensions (W x H x D): approx. 120 x174 x 65mm / 4.7x6.9x2.6 in
    Weight: approx. 900 g / 32 oz incl. batteries
    Laser: Eye-safe invisible laser according to EN and FDA class 1
    Laser beam divergence: 2.5 x 0.5 mrad
    Measuring time max.: approx. 1.4 s
    Measuring mode: Scanning mode
    Battery lifetime: approx. 500 measurements at 20 °C (68 °F)
     
  3. ArkAggie

    ArkAggie New Member

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    Why are you selling these bino's?
     
  4. ArkAggie

    ArkAggie New Member

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    I'm interested in the Leica 10 x 42 Geovid BRF-Y Bino/Rangefiders and just wondering why you are selling them.

    Thanks
     
  5. trebark

    trebark Well-Known Member

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    Binos are for sale as I have multiple RFs and it's time to reduce the inventory. These binos are in great condition and have not seen much use.