Hello, I was just comparing two red dots on the bushnell sight and found they had two specs that I did not quite understand, field of view and "Adj range". The first one is an easy guess, it's how much one can view out of a scope or dot, correct? But what I don't understand is how a scope can have unlimited field of view...
Here are some specs from the site;
bushnell 1x32 > Field of View (ft@100 ft. / m@100 m) = 44/14.6
bushnell 1x25 > Field of View (ft@100 ft. / m@100 m) = unlimited
I'm guessing one is able to view 44 feet from the 1x32 but how can the 1x25 have unlimited view? It has to end somewhere, there is a plastic casing around the lense!!
And could someone please explain the "Adj range" to me? Adj Range in@100yds/ mm@100m = 70 / 1.9 ??
Thanks for looking and helping a noob out