Guide :Optics : RX-III Rangefinder

8x magnification can you use the rx111 as binoculars to look out and scan for anything out in feild and then range it? is it like looking at items and the area your in with a binoculars but with 8x power and with the added range finding?

Posted by the hunter on Nov 17, 2007

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