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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.
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
In the Box
Newcon Optik LRB 4000CI Laser Rangefinder
Hard Carry Case
1-Year Limited Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects
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Objective Lens Diameter
Angle of View
Field-of-View (@ 1000 Yds)
262' (87 m at 1000 m)
Eye-safe class 1
Minimum Focus Distance
Focusing Range & Accuracy
22-4374 Yards (20-4000 m) accurate to ±0.1% Speed detection from 3-250 mph (5-400 kmh)