Reviews and Problems with Leica 10 x 42 Ultravid HD
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Leica Ultravid HD 10x42 Binocular
20 April 2012
Excerpt: As a conservation professional and keen birder I spend a considerable amount of time with binoculars around my neck. For the past 15 years I have had a Leica Trinovid 10x42 BA that has been overall excellent. I decided to upgrade to the Leica Ultravid HD 10x42 to benefit from the lighter weight of this model and the new treatment of the optic that makes the image brighter and sharper without mentioning the rain repellent effect that is also greatly appreciated.
Summary: these are worth every penny i can now hunt early morning & late evening the glare that my nikons gave me was sad but now no glare just clear views i ranged 1086 yds once now these binos are the best my friends ziess are not better than these
Summary: I purchased three sets if Geovids for a long term bird research project. Estimating distance is the foundation of most songbird monitoring projects as it allows biologists to calculate accurate density estimates for various bird species encountered on surveys. Having binoculars, rangefinders, thermometers, clipboards and whatever else is simply too much for an observer to handle and still have there head up enough to make good, accurate observations.
Summary: Durability, looks and how it functions is awesome, no guessing when i bow hunt or rifle hunt on distances.if you know your arrow or bullet at any range what it does you will be a successful hunter.optics are crystal clear,as good as you will need in the field. I've had my Leicas for 5 years now and its 2 tools in 1.