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June 25th, 2024

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Podcast About New Products with Built-In Ballistics Functions

Applied Ballistics podcast products with software integrated

Modern binoculars and Laser Rangefinders have built-in sensors and microprocessors that can provide ballistics solutions. These work via on-board software as well as systems that talk (via Bluetooth) to a mobile device with a Ballistics App installed. Today we feature an Applied Ballistics Podcast that covers these impressive products with integrated ballistics functionality.

AB Integrated Products and Features
Applied Ballistics podcast products with software integratedIn this podcast, Applied Ballistics Founder Bryan Litz and Product Manager Francis Colon answer some of the most common questions received from listeners. They primarily discuss the latest Applied Ballistics integrated devices and highlight their capabilities.

Along with describing the basics of optics and rangefinder products with Applied Ballistics functionality, Bryan and Francis talk about how software can tailor the ballistics output to specific applications and firearms. Francis explains Drop Scale Factor (“DSF”) — a means by which you “train” your solver to match your specific equipment.

NOTE: As we cannot embed the full 42-minute podcast here, you’ll need to go to the Applied Ballistics site to listen. CLICK HERE.

Applied Ballistics podcast products with software integrated

Applied Ballistics podcast products with software integrated

Integrated Solution — Leica LRF and Kestrel with AB Software

This video shows how to pair a Leica Rangemaster 2800.com to a Kestrel Elite 5700. The Leica Rangemaster 2800.com provides the Kestrel with the Range, Firing Direction, and Inclination angle. The Kestrel will then calculate the firing solution and provide that solution on its own display as well as feed that back to the Leica which then displays the hold-over when looking through the Rangefinder. This allows for remote, hands-free operation of the Kestrel in a mount while still being able to see the firing solution in the range finder. NOTE: This is an older video, but similar systems operate with the latest products.

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