When your hunt means ranging big game at 1,000 yards and beyond, your laser rangefinder needs the horsepower to go long and the toughness to stand up to the field. The Diamondback™ HD 2000 laser rangefinder gives hunters 2,000 yards max range, and 1,400 yards on game. 7x magnification helps you see farther, and an HD optical system means you can pick apart the landscape and stay pinpointed on your quarry. The red OLED display stays clear in low light, and to match any hunting environment, the Diamondback™ HD 2000 has two target modes (Normal and Last), two ranging modes (HCD and LOS), and is tripod adaptable.
- Soft Carry Case
- Wrist Lanyard
- Bungee Cord Lanyard
- Lens Cloth
- Utility Clip
- 2mm Hex Wrench
- Hook and Loop Harness Attachment
- CR2 Battery
HCD CORRECTED SHOOT-TO RANGE
The Diamondback HD 2000 uses HCD (Horizontal Component Distance) angle-compensated ranging technology to give bow and rifle shooters the critical distance data needed to make accurate shots.
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- Max Reflective Range:
- 2000 yds.
- Tree Range:
- 1800 yds.
- Deer Range:
- 1400 yds.
- Linear Field of View @ 1000 yds.:
- Eye Relief:
- 7.6 oz.
- Waterproof & Shock Proof: