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Newcon Optik LRB 4000CI Laser Rangefinder

B&H # NELRB4000CI Mfr # LRB 4000CI
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Product Highlights
  • 7x50 5.0° Binocular
  • Speed Detection
  • Built-In Inclinometer

The Newcon Optik 7x50 LRB 4000CI is a brilliantly bright and sophisticated laser rangefinder binocular.  Not only can the unit measure distances of reflective targets to distances of up to 4 kilometers (2.5 miles), but it additionally has an incorporated speed detector and inclinometer which combine to make the LRB 4000CI an invaluable field instrument for hunting, military & marine applications.

Inclinometer
The LRB 4000CI has the capacity to determine the elevation angle between you and the target, accurate to ±0.4° within 60° of your position.
Digital Compass Bearing
The unit displays the bearing reading between the magnetic north location and the position of the LRM 2500CI.
Digital Speed Detection
The LRB 4000CI can measure the speed of reflective objects between 3-250 mph (5-400 km/h)
Individual eyepiece settings with ±4 dioptric correction
BaK-4 Porro prisms
Rubber armored and water resistant housing
58-72mm Interpupillary adjustment range
RS-232 Computer interface port
Prism Type Porro
Magnification 7x
Objective Lens Diameter 50mm
Angle of View 5.0°
Field-of-View (@ 1000 Yds) 262' (87 m at 1000 m)
Laser Type Eye-safe class 1
Minimum Focus Distance 4000 m
Focusing Range & Accuracy 22-4374 Yards (20-4000 m) accurate to ±0.1%
Speed detection from 3-250 mph (5-400 kmh)
Exit Pupil Diameter 7.1mm
Eye Relief 25mm
Relative Brightness 51.0
Twilight Factor 18.7
Focus Type Individual
Weatherproofing Water resistant
Tripod Socket Yes
Power Source One 9-volt battery
Dimensions 8.3 x 5.9 x 3.1" (210 x 150 x 80mm) WxHxD
Weight 2.87 lb (1300 g)
Newcon Optik LRB 4000CI Laser Rangefinder
  • Hard Carry Case
  • RS-232 Cable
  • 9.0V Battery
  • Hard Disk
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects
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    Newcon OptikLRB 4000CI Laser Rangefinder
     
    3.3

    (based on 3 reviews)

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    4.0

    "AFTER ALL WORTH THE WAIT"

    By HUNTIN GUY

    from CENTARL TEXAS

    About Me Avid Adventurer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Close Focus
    • Compact
    • Lightweight
    • Quality Lenses
    • Strong Construction
    • Waterproof
    • Works Well With Glasses

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Hunting
      • Sporting Events/Concerts

      Comments about Newcon Optik LRB 4000CI Laser Rangefinder:

      EVERYTHING THE MANUFACTURE STATES THE LBR4000CI
      DELIVERS. JUST GOT THROUGH USING AT A SPORTS EVENT, NOTHING COMPARES.
      HUNTING SEASON OPENS SOON AND THE REAL TEST WILL BEGIN. JUST MAY BE A SUCCESSFUL OUTING
      WORTH EVERY DOLLAR SPENT.

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      4.0

      Works as described, a good value!

      By Chad the surveyor

      from Dayton, Ohio

      About Me Professional Guide

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      Pros

      • Accurate
      • Comfortable Eyepiece
      • Fast Performance
      • Strong Construction

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about Newcon Optik LRB 4000CI Laser Rangefinder:

          Granted.. this unit isn't as good as the Leica Laser Locater Plus.. but then it costs a quarter of that unit. The optics in this are fantastic, the build is super sturdy and the battery life is nothing short of amazing (two weeks on very heavy use). The display can be hard to read at times (when it's dark out) but that's the only complaint I have.

          We own three of these, plus the lower model (1500) and they're all well built... if you're in the market for a professional class range-finder... this is your unit.

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          2.0

          Beware! This product doesn't work. Here's the test I commissioned.

          By Bart Chandler

          from Basalt, CO

          Comments about Newcon Optik LRB 4000CI Laser Rangefinder:

          Objective: Testing the NEWCON LRB CI, Laser Range Finder Binocular. Preparation: I used the newest NEWCON (supplied by you), an older Leica Vector IV, and a newer Swarovski 8x30 monocular. Tests were accomplished in actual field conditions. First Test: This test was on a herd of cows at 850 yards. The NEWCON was found to only measure a brown cow, and not a black cow on repeated attempts. It did measure the water trough they were around. Result: Brown color = yes. Black color = no. High Reflective = yes. The Swarovski and the Vector IV measured all with ease on the first try. Longer ranges: The NEWCON did give one reading to 1950 yards, which was the farthest we saw. This was on a rock face and at dawn (no bright sunlight). The Swarovski did 1800 yards in the same condition. The Vector... is no comparison, as it gave solid readings first time, day, night or overcast out to 4500 yards minimum. So it became obvious this test was between the $850.00 Swarovski and the $3800 NEWCON. The Leica Vector was put away. Small targets at long range: We have one rifle range that has 12x12 steel white targets out to 1600 yards. The NEWCON, after repeated tries in bright sun would be reliable to 1100 yards. The Swarovski would be reliable to 1550 yards in the same conditions. (The Vector was used to verify all readings). Other findings of the NEWCON: Claims: It's Owners Manual states: Measuring capability of 4000 meters on most objects and 9500 meters on highly reflective objects. I could not get over 1000 meters with this particular unit. Battery life, what I found: One new, 9 Volt Duracell was installed. It would not initiate the screen. So the supplied rechargeable Ni-Cads were installed. One lasted 10 minutes, the second lasted 12 minutes before the unit went dead. Main Screen: You must constantly toggle back and forth to a required setting. Example: There are 3 modes with 17 codes. If you are in range finding YARDS mode, and you want to go to inclination you must remember that particular mode/code, and enter it. Then, to go back to measurement YARDS you must scroll thru the modes, then find the correct code. It also takes a full 8 seconds (per the manual, more like 15 sec.) to recharge the capacitor on the laser before the next try at reading distance. Recommendation: If all that is required is a measuring device to 1500 yards, the $850.00 Swarovski is recommended. There are plenty and cheaper ways to instantly check compass azimuth and inclination, a wrist watch for example. The Vector IV still remains the unit in which to be judged by. The main judgment factor is it's overwhelming price at this time. In my opinion the NEWCON is not up to the task to take on the Swarovski on either optic clarity or range finding ability. It's price does include a nice hardened case, computer interface cable and disc though. Dave CheyTac, LLC

          Expertise: Professional Outfitter and Shooting Instructor

          Previous Equivalent Item Owned: Leupold R4, Wind River 800, Bushnell 1000

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