parallax correction

parallax correction

[′par·ə‚laks kə‚rek·shən]
(navigation)
In celestial navigation, that sextant altitude correction made necessary because of the difference between the apparent direction from a point on the surface of the earth to a celestial body and the apparent direction from the center of the earth to the same body.
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I dialed the scope to 5X and put the crosshairs on targets at 300, 400 and 550 yards and then moved my head side to side and up and down to see how far I could get the crosshairs to move on the target with no parallax correction.
The X100T s optical viewfinder makes sure Real-time parallax correction.
Also, higher magnification makes parallax worse, the reason any riflescope with magnification more than 10X usually has some means of easy parallax correction, whether an adjustable objective lens or the focus knob found on the left side of many of today's scopes.
IR-Fusion is available with physical parallax correction, which enables perfect alignment, pixel by pixel, of both infrared and visible images.
Engineered with an adjustable objective lens for parallax correction and easy-grip target turrets, Excavator features multi-coated optics and 1-inch monotube construction.
The bright, natural view provides photographers with the feel of a conventional rangefinder, and auto parallax correction enables users to capture what they see.
With 1/4-minute click adjustments and a side-focus adjustment for parallax correction, the Sightron was a perfect choice to enhance the long-range potential of the rifle.