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This Leica Geovid 10x42 HD-B Binocular includes long ranging capability up to 1,825 meters, advanced ballistic compensation, microSD memory card, LED display with automatic adjustment, Perger porro prisms, aqua dura coating, two-button operation, eyecups with 5 click-stop settings, ergonomic bridge construction, and a fully rubber-armored magnesium body. The Geovid HD-B offers sharp, high-contrast images, plasticity, astonishing depth, high light transmission, and vivid colors.
by Anonymous on June 23, 2014
Yes, the case and lens covers suck, but the HD-B smokes any rangefinding bino out there under literally 7x the price (Vectronix Viper). So is the glass half empty, or half full? It's closest competitor costs MORE money for an RF bino that is awful ergonomically, doesn't read temp or air pressure, and has no ballistic function, let alone the ability to be specifically programmed with YOUR rifle's ballistics. No rf bino on the market comes within 4 levels of the HD-B's capabilities.
by Anonymous on August 18, 2014
You can have a best in class bino, a 2000 yard rangefinder, an inclinometer, an atmospheric sensor and a ballistic computer that calculates the data from all these inputs to provide a ballistic correction to 1000 yards. Its closest competitor costs more, and ain't even in the same room performance-wise, BUT, you do get a nice case with it.
by Anonymous on June 22, 2016
Glass is second to none and super ergonomic. Not a super light package but with the integrated RF and computer it's a far better option than carrying multiple items which will weigh substantially more. Haven't tested the ballistic function much but seems like it is better suited to hunting and less so to precision long range shooting. The ballistics software seems to assume you don't know what you are doing and only allows you to make certain inputs which may limit the ballistic accuracy.
I don't plan on buying a different set of binos anytime soon and maybe never with these. They are just that good. Yes the lens caps and carry straps could be better but I paid for the glass and Leica quality. Caps and straps really don't matter much.
And 2399 is a steal for these!!!!
by peter on July 27, 2016
Does everything it says it will with Leica quality. Haven't had a chance to use the ballistic computer yet though. Get a badlands bino pouch to carry them with and you will have no problem with the plain case and lens caps.
by Anonymous on December 31, 2015
purchase d recently a so far very impressed fast reads out to 2084 yards no problem . the ability to use the micro sd card to put your exact ballistic info in is huge if shooting at longer ranges. built like a tank with crisp sharp top shelf glass . yes the case isn't fancy but mine will stay in protective bino harness, overall five stars
by Bruce on July 28, 2016
I have Leica 12x50 binos and love them. These 10 x 42 w Rangefinders etc. and HD glass are clearer than my old ones. The ease of use of the other features rangefinder etc. is AWESOME!!! . Yes they are expensive but if you buy them here at euro-optic at there discount you can't loose. I had a chance to use them at a long distant shooting school w the B.O.T.W. people and they were the best there. I was able to dial in my target all the way out to 1,234 yds and hit my target every time.
by Anonymous on January 27, 2017
Bought a pair of Ultavids in 10x42 several years back when Leica first introduced them. Great glass and yes lenses covers are not what a guy would expect with a high end bino. When the Geovid HD-B was delivered it eliminated carrying the CRF-1200 and worrying about Range, ballistics, barometer, altitude, and inclination angle.
The glass is second to none and the Kuiu bino deal (large) works perfect to keep them covered.
I don't know how it gets any better and Euro offering them for $2399 ... Wow.
by Anonymous on January 12, 2017
I've used this LRF binocular but own a 10 x 42 Bushnell Elite ARC 1 Mile LRF.
While my Bushnell LRF bin is a great value for the money the Leica Geovid HD-B 10 X 42 is much better, not just in the quality of its glass but in features.
1. built-in temperature sensor
2. built-in angle senior
3. built in customizable ballistics Micro SD Card
This LRF binocular is technically far ahead of the Swarovski LRF binocular but are similarly priced.
by Anonymous on October 27, 2016
i have 40049 model with meters/yards why this is listed as yards only. Tested briefly ballistic calculator with the click.
Just picked the closes curve and bang matching iStrelok app adjustments
by John on June 25, 2016
I own and have owned Leica Bino's and Laser Range finders for years now, these are The Best I have ever owned/used!
by Anonymous on November 6, 2016
Excellent bino's and 2,000 yard rangefinder! Unfortunately, the HD-B's are not made for archery with angle compensation (i.e. less than 100 yards). The presetting and inputs for ballistics are for rifles only. I attempted to upload my arrow ballistics and it would not use them. If you need them for both archery and rifle hunting - I would go with the HD-R's.
On another note - I was able to upload my rifle ballistics to these via microSD card and now all angles are adjusted to my personal ballistics - pretty sweet!
by Anonymous on November 5, 2013
Great glass POOR design waited 6 months carry case too small no strap for case, objective lens covers poor, Seriously 3 grand & this kind of attachments not happy
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