Winners Chosen - Next Drawing is March 4th for Leica Sport Optics
This month we have Leica Sport Optics as our Give-Away sponsor.
We are extremely excited as Leica is giving away 3 of their Rangemaster CRF-2800.com Rangefinders, Leica’s first Bluetooth compact Rangefinder
Make sure your shot is on target by connecting Leica’s latest rangefinder with integrated ballistic solution to your smartphone or Kestrel 5700 Elite weather meter.
The revolutionary new Leica Rangemaster CRF 2800.COM is the first dedicated compact laser rangefinder capable of precise distance measurements up to 2,800 yards/2,600 meters and benefits from easy smartphone programming via Bluetooth and the new Leica Hunting App. This means Leica ABC® Ballistics can be customized directly through a smartphone as well as a Kestrel Elite weather meter.
The Leica Rangemaster CRF 2800.COM offers hunters and long-range shooters three ballistic outputs in addition to the measured distance. Depending on the ballistic data required, when using Leica’s ballistic program, the CRF2800.COM provides either hold over value in inches, centimeters or comeups in MOA or MILs to 1,000 yards, or equivalent horizontal range (EHR) to 1,200 yards/1,100 meters. When connected with the Kestrel 5700 Elite with Applied Ballistics, the CRF2800.COM will display both elevation and windage corrections as far as the range finder can read.
Data is shown on the integrated LED display, which automatically adjusts to ambient lighting conditions. The scan mode measures environmental conditions and target distance every 0.3 seconds. Between 10 and 200 yards, the CRF2800.COM displays distance to the tenth of a yard, an especially useful feature for archers. Thanks to its compact size and weight, it can easily be carried in a shirt pocket.
With the CRF 2800.COM, Leica offers a product with a complete new operation concept, the Leica Hunting App, which raises the ease of use to a new level.
The Leica Hunting App will be available in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store from January 22nd, and the minimum smartphone Operating System requirements are iOS Version 9 and Android Version 6.
The menu of the CRF has been extended to include a Bluetooth menu (BT) with new settings:
• APP (Connection to a smartphone)
• LAT (Latitude, Connection to a Kestrel Elite Wind meter)
• OFF (Bluetooth off)
Combining the best ranging capability, Applied Ballistics through a Kestrel wind meter, ease of use, Bluetooth technology and compact design, no other compact range finding solution comes close.
The winners of the Kowa Sport Optics are:
TSN-663 Angled Spotting Scope with the 20-60 TE-9Z Eyepiece goes to Greg M from RokSlide
BD II 10x42mm Wide Angle Binocular goes to Thomas Z., web site visitor
Remember to enter our March drawing for your chance to win one of the Leica Sport Optics
It is our pleasure to bring these drawings to you each month to show our appreciation for all the support that we receive. Just our way of saying thank you.
We would also like to take this opportunity to thank the monthly winners for posting reviews of the products they have won. The forum members value your opinions, as do we.
Please go to our web site www.cameralandny.com and enter. Past entries will not be in this drawing. To keep the drawing available to those that continue to have an interest, each contest winner will be drawn from entries for that contest period.
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