The Swarovski ds 5-25x52 PL riflescope is one of those technical innovations where the imagination, combined with expertise in the field, have changed the future of hunting. Imagine a scope that takes into account all the key factors when aiming to take a shot: distance, air pressure, temperature, angle and displays the correct aiming point for you - no manual adjustment required!
Swarovski dS 5-25x52 PL
Well those clever people at Swarovski have utilised the power of smartphone technology and created a riflescope that factors in all the above variables and the personal ballistic data for your firearm and ammunition combination to instantly display the correct aiming point.
State of the Art Targeting
Way back in 2007, Z6(i) was the epitome of scope accuracy. With ultimate levels of clarity, accuracy and performance, they became the most advanced scopes for hunting. 10 years later and Swarovski are at the forefront of scope design and development with the revolutionary dS series.
Swarovski dS is smart technology. Traditional methods of range finding still have their place. For example being able to navigate with a map and compass is a skill in itself and something that will stand the test of time. However when GPS came along it was a game changer. All of a sudden, with the flick of a switch you are able to pin-point your position with exceptional accuracy. The same has happened in hunting. It's evolved and like the digitisation of navigation, it has pushed the boundaries of what is possible.
Automatic Detection of Aiming Point
The dS detects the optimal aiming point for you. It measures the exact distance and automatically displays the correct aiming point, distance to target and wind direction adjustment in the scope itself as a dot. No manual adjustment is necessary because it's all done through Bluetooth. You just need to focus on the target and the data is exchanged between your smartphone and the scope.
The advantages of the dS 5-25x52 PL riflescope are obvious however one of the most salient is the ability to negotiate strong winds and steep shooting angles over longer distances which essentially increases accuracy.
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