Leica, the first to combine a binocular with a laser rangefinder, giving the observer a two-in-one piece of equipment. Built with the HD optics for viewing brilliance and high contrast images. Measures accurately up to 1400 yards. Whether 42 HD or 56 HD, the viewer can enjoy seeing in low light, with continuous measuring. All Geovids are also waterproof up to 16 feet, and built robust enough for reliable and rugged use.
At 1X magnification (top), the binoculars provide a broad field of vision, while at 10X (bottom), the image remains startlingly clear and detailed.
The versatile Leica Geovid HD combines the functions of viewing and rangefinding in optical and electronic harmony, while also performing admirably as a simple, "grab and view" binocular for use in any situation. The device features a 42-millimeter objective lens, improved light transmission thanks to new Fluoride glass, a 125-meter field of view at 1,000 meters, and water-repellant AquaDura lens coating.
Durability is built in. The housing is constructed of cast aluminum for reduced weight and increased ruggedness, and its nitrogen filling eliminates lens fogging. Precision processing guarantees solid performance in adverse conditions, and the unit is waterproof to a depth of 16.5 feet.
Leica Camera AG is an international optics company headquartered in Solms, Germany. The company has been a pioneer and standard-setter in the field of rangefinding for eighteen years, and all products from the company's three divisions�Photography, Hunting Lenses, and Nature Watching�have a shared mission: Simply, to deliver better images.