Between 30 and 40 yards I got 9 different aiming points.
How much could you see that the dot had moved - a full dot, 1/2 dot, 1/4 dot, 1/10 dot, or smaller yet?I just went outside and ranged at 34 yards. I stepped back, ranged, and got a new dot at 35 yards. The same thing myself and a few others have told you before when you asked the same question.
With that said, at closer distances with a fast bow, you may not get a new aiming point every yard.
What did Burris tell you about parallax and objective diameter?
If i read this right the scope drops a aiming point based on the power setting on the scope. So if you range a target/deer it drops a aiming point. Are you stuck with that power setting or can you turn the power up or down before you shoot.I have had the OracleX on quite a few different bows. On my slower bows, pretty much a new aiming point for every yard past 25 yards.
I should add with the variable magnification of the OracleX, that can affect whether a new aiming point drops as well as yardage increases.
The scope does drop an aiming point based on the magnification setting and the range, but if you adjust the magnification after ranging, the aiming point adjusts with it without having to re-range.If i read this right the scope drops a aiming point based on the power setting on the scope. So if you range a target/deer it drops a aiming point. Are you stuck with that power setting or can you turn the power up or down before you shoot.
You are correct the scope tells you to zoom in. With a slow bow you may not get 100.If i read this right the scope drops a aiming point based on the power setting on the scope. So if you range a target/deer it drops a aiming point. Are you stuck with that power setting or can you turn the power up or down before you shoot.
Seems like i also read with some bows you might need to turn the power down to see the dot at 100yds. This kinda reinforces my question are you locked into a powersetting after ranging and the aiming dots has dropped.
Which is exactly what I said. The aiming point may not always change depending on the distance, speed of your bow and the magnification.Now, to split hairs the dot may not always change. The optic will pick the best available point, as it can be plainly put its not possible to illuminate an LED that is between two LED's because it doesn't exist, therefore if you for example move back 1 yard it is VERY possible that the same LED will be illuminated and no change will be seen. This is because it is such a slight movement and there is no additional LED to light up so the optic will pick the best fit point.
I know exactly what I’m asking.I think there is a failure to understand what is actually being asked on your part.
Correct, depending on the range, magnification and speed of your bow. On slower bows you will indeed get a new aiming point almost every yard, especially past say 25. I posted last night how many I got between 20 and 40 yards.Somewhere back in time (your first original post on it I think) you said you did a walk back and the dot changed for every 1 yard increment you moved back.
I don’t know, haven’t had one in my hands yet.So do you feel the reticle only has 11 aiming points as your picture shows?
As I stated previously several times, that would depend on the speed of your bow and the magnification. Last night I believe I got 16 between 20 and 40. I would expect another 20 between 40 and 60.But if you were ranging from 20 to 60 yards, do you still believe there would be 40 different dots at 1 yard intervals?