Nikon Introduces LaserForce 1900-Yard Rangefinder Binocular

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posted on April 21, 2017
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Nikon Sport Optics has announced its LaserForce rangefinder binocular, capable of ranging distances from 10 to 1900 yards with instantaneous readouts. Distances are displayed in 0.1-yard increments to 100 yards, and 1-yard increments over 100 yards. The OLED display offers a 4-step brightness adjustment, making it easily readable under any light conditions and against various objects.

Featuring Nikon’s ID (Incline/Decline) Technology, which compensates for the effects of slope on trajectory, this rangefinder/bino provides hunters and shooters with the information necessary to make the shot, regardless of position.

Other features of the 10x42 binocular component include ED (Extra-low dispersion) glass, full multilayer-coated lenses and prisms, and a reflective mirror coating. The long eye relief design, combined with turn-and-slide rubber eyecups facilitate a custom fit with or without eyeglasses. MSRP: $1,199.95

For more on the features of the LaserForce, visit nikonsportoptics.com

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