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Zeiss Victory PRF Monocular


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The Zeiss® Victory PRF is the world’s first monocular equipped with a digital laser rangefinder, integrated LED display for lowlight clarity, and Ballistic Information System for more precise shot placement. Ranges out to 1,300 yards with 8x magnification. Waterproof housing. Includes case and 1 CR2 lithium battery. Weight: 10.9 oz.
Manufacturer model #: 524561.

  • Digital laser rangefinder
  • Integrated LED display for lowlight clarity
  • Ballistic Information System
  • Ranges out to 1,300 yards
  • 8x magnification
  • Waterproof housing
  • Includes case
  • Includes 1 CR2 lithium battery
Zeiss® Victory PRF Monocular 4 5 1 1
Excellent Optics The Zeiss rangefinder has excellent optics, better than any other rangefinder at BassPro except maybe the Swarovski. I found it hard to hold steady because of the narrow field of view but no worse than any other rangefinder. I bought the Zeiss to use mostly while antelope hunting in Wyoming. The clarity of the image will also help judging small horned bucks versus does at long distances. Don't let my 4-star rating mislead you. For the money I think it's the best rangefinder out there. The only real issue for me is the fact that I find the distances somewhat hard to read on a sunny day. If the brightness of the yardage numbers was as bright as the aiming circle I would give it a 5-star rating. I like the ballistics feature. Some salesmen in Colorado are putting out erroneous information that this ballistic feature doesn't work at high altitude - that simply is not accurate. The drop of a bullet at sea level is "almost" identical to that at 10,000 feet. I like the way the range and drop is displayed after releasing the button instead of pressing the button to display. All in all, I'm very pleased with the Zeiss rangefinder. August 13, 2012
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