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    New Model - Leica Rangemaster CRF 2700-B

    If interested PM me - hope to have 1 here in 10 days.

    Significantly improved CRF with the highest ranging capability for Laser Class 1 products

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    ▸ micro SD Card: for custom ballistic input and maximum accuracy
    ▸ ranging distance up to 2.470m/2.700yds
    ▸ fast, fluent scan mode
    ▸ Leica ABC® ballistics for individual output format
    ▸ new LED display
    ▸ EHR 1.100m / 1.200 yds
    ▸ High resolution of measured distance from 10-200m/y
    Technical data
    Rangefinder Rangemaster CRF 2700-B
    Typ 5630
    Order No. 40545
    Magnification 7x
    Front lens diameter 24mm
    Exit pupil 3,4mm
    Twighlight factor 13
    Field of view at 1,000 yds /1,000 m 347 ft / 115m
    Eye-relief 15mm
    Coating Aqua-Dura® lens Coating
    Diopter compensation ±3,5dpt.
    Distance measurement
    Range ca. 2.500 m / 2.700 yds
    Equivalent horizontal range (EHR) ca. bis 1.100 m / 1.200 yds
    Ballistic output bis 800 m / 875 yds
    Minimum distance ca. 10m
    Measuring accuracy 10-200 m ca. ± 0,5m
    200-400 m ca. ± 1m
    400-800 m ca. ± 2m
    800-2.500 m ca. ± 0,5%
    Read-Outs LED display with four digits and symbols
    Measuring time approx. 0,3sec
    Measuring mode Scanning mode, single measurements
    Laser Eye-safe invisible laser according to EN und FDA class 1
    Laser beam divergence approx. 0,5 x 1,2mrad
    Housing Carbon-fibre-reinforced plastic material
    microSD slot MicroSD card slot
    Watertightness Watertight to a depth of 3,2ft /1 m
    Temperature (function) -20 bis 55°C
    Temperature (storage) -40 bis 85°C
    Battery 3V/Lithium- Typ CR2
    Battery lifetime ca. 2.000 measurements at 68° F / 20°C
    Dimensions ca. 75 x 34 x 113mm
    Weight (incl. Battery) ca. 185g
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    Might have another 2 coming b4 Xmas.
    1st two presold to FM
    PM me if interested. Still not available in NZ from what can see.
    Only released Europe 5 weeks ago.

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    I'm out of buying the 2000 now.

    My 4 year old:
    'No Daddy, I didn't hit the computer with a dinosaur'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogmatix View Post
    I'm out of buying the 2000 now.

    My 4 year old:
    'No Daddy, I didn't hit the computer with a dinosaur'.

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    Hi did you order a 2000 B CRF from me ??

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    What's the $?
    Please excuse spelling, as finger speed is sometimes behind brain spped........ Or maybe the other wayy.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarvo View Post
    Hi did you order a 2000 B CRF from me ??
    You asked me to remind you.

    Butch the dinosaur put pay to that.
    Welcome to Sako club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogmatix View Post
    You asked me to remind you.

    Butch the dinosaur put pay to that.
    No Problem
    Told you I needed reminding - and sorry but I did not recognise the name - but would have found you in my Forum Inbox once items had arrived.

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    I have the 2000 b which works fine. Only problem is the ballistic solution stops at 800 m. So what is the point of having a 2700 when you are still limited by 800 m ballistic solution?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Friwi View Post
    I have the 2000 b which works fine. Only problem is the ballistic solution stops at 800 m. So what is the point of having a 2700 when you are still limited by 800 m ballistic solution?!
    Because past that range your input data is going to make big differences?

    Even east vs west shooting will have you a minute out
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    Still keen on knowing $....
    Please excuse spelling, as finger speed is sometimes behind brain spped........ Or maybe the other wayy.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
    Still keen on knowing $....

    Sorry missed your Q Thursday
    PM sent to you 6.50am Saturday


    Wanting prices - PM please - otherwise you can get missed in here
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    Do they give you the range in clicks like the geovid binos or do they finally a moa reading like most other good rangefinders. My geovids piss me off with their stupid click readout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 300MAG View Post
    Do they give you the range in clicks like the geovid binos or do they finally a moa reading like most other good rangefinders. My geovids piss me off with their stupid click readout.
    What model and year Geovid's are you currently using ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarvo View Post
    What model and year Geovid's are you currently using ??
    HD-B 10x42 one of the first

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    I cannot give you an answer on that Q as yet
    One reason - it’s only been released in Europe late October and as far as I am aware no one in NZ has the 2700 B yet
    The other reason - I am not experienced with any form of Rangefinders (bino's included) as I have never had a use for them.
    I imaging these 2700 B will be same as the 2000 B model.

    For memory I think I read a detailed trial/review of the latest HD-B 10x42 Geovids and there was some change/upgrade in Ballistic Compensation - but again - it’s out of my depth due to never using.

    I will ask in Europe - and PM you if I get more clarity
    Someone on here may know and give advice.
    Last edited by Sarvo; 10-12-2017 at 10:18 PM.

 

 

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