Leica's Geovid HD-B 3000 can range targets up to 3,000 yards, with a wide field-of-view, edge-to-edge clarity and an LED display that adjusts automatically to ambient light conditions. Internally, the Geovid HD-B 3000 boasts an ABC (Advanced Ballistic Compensator). Thanks to an integrated micro-SD memory card, users can upload their ballistic data to the binoculars, which then works with the onboard ballistic calculator to provide precise point-of aim determination. Temperature, barometric pressure and angle of declination parameters are factored into the calculation for all computing options, and are shown on the LED display. For a breakdown of price, and price after rebate, please see the list below:
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