January 06, 2022
Rangefinding binoculars are one of most versatile tools in a hunter’s arsenal, and, among that category of optics, the Leica Geovids are at or near the top in terms of performance. But, like all rangefinding binos, they aren’t small. In fact, heft and bulk are the two biggest factors that hunters complain about with any make or model. But now, Leica has changed the game, introducing a new Geovid—known for their optical quality and rangefinding capabilities—in a compact, lightweight design. The new Leica Geovid Pro 32 rangefinding binoculars weigh less than 2 lbs., and measure just 6 inches in length—an outstanding reduction in size.
As you may expect, the rangefinding technology is state of the art, with quick, precise ranging ability out to 2,500 yards, which the company claims is possible on both reflective and non-reflective targets. Optical quality promises to be of the quality Leica is known for, with maximum light transmission, true-to-life color, edge-to-edge sharpness, and high contrasts in difficult light conditions.