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Vortex Optics Fury HD 5000 10x42 Applied Ballistics Laser Rangefinding Binoculars
- Vortex Fury® HD 5000 AB 10x42
- Wrose than average price on this product$1,499.00 Wrose than average price on this product
The Fury HD 5000 AB is an extremely effective, angle-compensated laser rangefinding bino intended for hunters, archers, and shooters looking to take the guess work out of long-range shots with in-display ballistic data and built-in environmental sensors. With the Applied Ballistics Elite solver built in, you can pair with the Fury HD app to create custom profiles compatible with popular Kestrel wind meters and Applied Ballistics Garmin devices for the ultimate in real-time precision. The Fury HD 5000 AB is equipped with an on-board compass, humidity, barometric pressure and temperature sensors. The Fury HD 5000 AB is also equipped with two wind modes: Full Cross Wind Mode and Wind Bearing Capture mode. The primary HCD mode provides key angle compensated range information most shooters require in a quick-to-read display. There is also a BAL (Ballistics) mode and Scan feature, along with adjustments for reading in yards or meters, and display brightness. XR fully multi-coated, HD lenses and dielectric phase-corrected prisms serve up clear and impressive views from dawn til dusk. Nitrogen purged with a rubber armored housing, these binos provide fogproof, waterproof performance in the most extreme weather.
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The next generation Fury® HD 5000 AB takes the guess work out of dialing long-range shots with in-display ballistic data and built-in environmental sensors and wind bearing capture mode, which means less time calculating ballistics and more time putting rounds down range. With the Applied Ballistics® Elite solver built right in, you can pair with the FURY HD app to create custom ballistic profiles, and with popular Kestrel® and Garmin® devices for the ultimate in real-time precision. Put simply, it's a smarter way to shoot.