Ballistic Calculator


Let us introduce our new amazing feature developed to meet the needs of today's demanding hunters. No more charts, complex reticles, and calculations, because the Sytong Smart Shooting Solution does it all. It solves the fundamental problem of complex and slow computation using new technologies. Ballistic calculations were never this easy! 



Smart Shooting Solution is a set of several features and sensors that collaborate with each other. All you need is to enter some data, the scopes onboard computer will take that data and make adjustments. Based on the provided information the computer will adjust the reticle, so your new point of impact will hit the target. Our Smart Shooting Solution includes the following features.



First is a Profile Manager; where information about your ammunition is stored. It includes Drag Function, Ballistic Coefficient, Bullet Weight, Initial Velocity, Zero Range, Sight Height and Zero Reticle function to make your shots more precise. You should be able to obtain this information from the ammunition box. Things like Zero Range and Sight Height you will have to know yourself. Once all required information has been provided to the Profile Manager. The system uses an advanced internal Ballistic calculator to adjust your POI based on ballistic information. 

Now you can create up to 5 different profiles depending on the ammunition you are using and forget any excess information. Profiles are primarily used in order to utilize your scope on various weapons/calibers. Not having to worry about setting everything up every time. 



Environmental data helps increase the level of precision of your shots. Bullet trajectory is affected by various Environmental variables such as: Relative Humidity, Wind Speed, Wind Direction, Temperature, Barometric Pressure and Altitude. Some information like Pressure and Altitude will be set automatically using your scopes internal sensors. Other information you can input into your scope manually, by utilizing your mobile device. 



If you are using other means to range your target, such as a Laser Range Finder, you may enter the distance manually using Distance Entry.