Leica Rangemaster CRF1600 Rangefinder w/ Integrated Intelligent Ballistic Program brings sophisticated electronics to bear on your ballistics problems. This range finder is the latest addition to the family of Leica CRF 900 range finders. The Leica CRF 1600 Laser Rangefinder offers new and better features, such as the ability to measure not only the precise distance, but also calculate the bullet trajectory before it hits the target. In addition to the standard ballistic trajectory, its Leica microcomputer also integrates the angle of elevation/declination, the temperature and the barometric pressure in its calculations. This brings an invaluable benefit for hunters and outdoorsmen, as the rangefinder displays the point of aim in less than 0.3 seconds without any need to study bullet ballistic tables and without laborious measuring procedures. The Leica Rangemaster lets big game hunters react rapidly and accurately and get their shots right on target, in even the most difficult situations.
Another improvement offered by the Leica Range Master 1600 is an extended range of 1500 meters (1600 yards), and the rejection of measured distances below ten meters. This capability is important for hunters and makes the Leica CRF 40528 ballistic rangefinder ideal for use from cover - bushes, brush and grass at close range can now no longer influence its measuring performance. All measuring results are analyzed electronically and deliver only unambiguous and accurate values. This means that hunters can rely on this Range Finder with absolute certainty.
The brightness and sharpness of the Lecia CRF1600 's LED display have been decisively improved too. The figures remain clear and distinctly legible even in the dazzling brightness of snowscapes. Its display is as bright as day and absolutely tack-sharp. The display brightness adjusts automatically to ambient lighting conditions. This effectively prevents dazzling in the dark and improves legibility when it's bright. And now, users can easily switch the units displayed from meters to yards. Its computer hardware converts the results into the units required and indicates the units displayed to prevent confusion.