The riflescope is equipped with a built-in rangefinder (9), allowing you to measure distance to objects up to 1000m away.
How the rangefinder works:
- Turn on the riflescope, adjust image according to section Powering On and Image Setting.
- Press UP (3) button — rangefinding reticle appears (and aiming reticle disappears), dashes of distance values with unit of measurement appear in the top right corner of the display , i.e. the rangefinder enters stand-by mode.
- If PiP mode is on, the aiming reticle disappears upon activation of the rangefinder, but in the PiP window remains active.
- If PiP mode is off, the activation of the rangefinder automatically turns on the PiP window with the last digital magnification set for it and a reticle in it.
- Point the rangefinding reticle at an object and press UP (3) button.
- In the top right corner of the display you will see distance in meters (or yards depending on settings).
- If the rangefinder is idle longer than three seconds, it turns off automatically and aiming reticle appears.
- The point of aiming of the rangefinding reticle and the aiming reticle in the PiP window might not coincide due to aiming reticle shift after zeroing.
Operation in SCAN mode:
- Turn on the rangefinder by briefly pressing the UP (3) button.
- Hold down UP (3) button for longer than two seconds. Measurement readings will be changing in real time as you point the riflescope at different objects. In the top right corner a message SCAN appears.
- In case of unsuccessful measurement dashes will appear on the display.
- To exit SCAN mode and to return to stand-by mode, press UP (3) button briefly.
- To turn off the rangefinder hold the UP (3) button.
- To select a rangefinding reticle, please go to submenu Rangefinder in the main menu.
- To select units of measurement (meters or yards) go to submenu General Settings in the main menu.
- While you measure the distance in the SCAN mode you can use the reticle of the PiP window to make a shot.
- Accuracy of measurement and maximum range depend on the reflection ratio of the target surface, the angle at which the emitting beam falls on the target surface and environmental conditions. Reflectivity is also affected by surface texture, color, size and shape of the target. A shiny or brightly colored surface is normally more reflective than a dark surface.
- Accuracy of measurement can also be affected by light conditions, fog, haze, rain, snow etc. Ranging performance can degrade in bright conditions or when ranging towards the sun.
- Measuring range to a small sized target is more difficult than to a large sized target.