As the new decade begins, Leica Sport Optics presents not one but three new products: the Leica Geovid 3200.COM, the Leica PRS 5-30x56i and the Leica Rangemaster CRF 3500.COM. The company from Wetzlar, Germany, remains true to its principles of continuous development, optimization and innovation. Because, for demanding hunters and shooters, only the best is good enough.

About 30 years ago, Leica Sport Optics launched the first Geovid binoculars and ushered in a new era of ethical hunting. Now, for the first time, the new Leica Geovid 3200.COM models enable rangefinding up to 3,200 yards (2,900 meters). In addition, the Leica Hunting App lets users quickly and conveniently create and store individual ballistics profiles.

Data is then transferred to the Geovid 3200.COM at the touch of a button. These new features, coupled with Leica’s unrivaled optical quality, give hunters and shooters a new level of information and hunting safety in every situation.

With the Leica PRS 5-30x56i, Leica introduces a real long-range specialist with 6x zoom. Its magnification range of 5x to 30x offers a wide array of uses – from long-range target shooting to competitions over extreme distances and under the most difficult conditions.

Tool-free zeroing of the turrets ensures fast and flexible operation at all times. Furthermore, it is extremely rugged and made of high-quality metal, and enables safe handling.

The third new product, the Leica Rangemaster CRF 3500.COM, is equipped with a powerful class 3R laser that delivers repeatable measurements up to an unmatched distance of 3,500 yards (3,200 meters) – even in the most difficult weather conditions. In combination with the specially designed Leica Hunting App and integrated Bluetooth® connection, the Rangemaster CRF 3500.COM offers long-range hunters and shooters high-precision ballistic measurement results – at the touch of a button and in fractions of a second.

The Rangemaster can also be connected to the “Kestrel Elite” weather meter via Bluetooth®, to include wind direction and speed when calculating ballistics data. For a precise, safe shot at any distance.


  1. Leica Hunting Blog

    Hi Edgars, thanks for letting us know. That’s not common as far as I know from feedbacks. Maybe you should contact our service which you find on our website.

  2. Leica Hunting Blog

    Dear Iris, either take it back to the dealer where you bought it or please contact the Leica Service, which you find our web page.

  3. Iris Moore

    help I cannot get my range finder within the binocular GEOVID 10x42HD model. I have replaced the battery with an Energizer CR2 lithium battery. What do I do to trouble shoot?

  4. Edgars

    Hi, I have Geovid 8x56 HD-r 2700, really happy with quality of product, except for front rubber cups. Design could be improved as they easily slip of the tube. Have lost two of them already. I wounder Leica has done something with this problem on Kind regards, Edgars

  5. annie

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