Nikon intros laser rangefinder with an innovative golf mode

Nikon Vision has unveiled a new device for keen golfers and hunters, the laser rangefinder  1000A S which is capable to displays slope-adjusted distance (horizontal distance ± height) in the viewfinder.

The new model displays all the essential information that a golfer or hunter needs and can be viewed simultaneously in the internal display. It enables measurement of actual distance, horizontal distances, height and slope adjusted distance (horizontal distance ± height)  with range between 10 to 915m. It is waterproof (up to 1 metre for 10 minutes), offers 6x zoom, diopter adjustment function, feature Active Brightness Control Viewfinder for easy, clear viewing, Orange LED is automatically turned on when it is used in darker situations and brightness of the LED is adjusted according to the surroundings. It also includes the golf mode that provides slope-adjusted distance (horizontal distance ± height), enabling the user to confidently determine how to approach a hilly course.

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