Nikon PROSTAFF 3 Laser Rangefinder

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posted on March 29, 2012
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Nikon has expanded its optics line with the PROSTAFF 3 Laser Rangefinder, a pocket-sized tool for ranging targets out to 550 yards.

The PROSTAFF 3 is small and easy to use with a high profile display, single button control and an ergonomic frame. It measures range in either yards or meters, has multicoated 6X optics for viewing in most lighting conditions and features an automatic power shutoff. The LCD display can be used in bright sunlight, and the entire unit only weighs 6.3 ounces for easy carrying in a pocket or pack.

The PROSTAFF 3 is waterproof and fog proof, has an adjustable eyepiece with a range of plus or minus 4 diopters, has 18.2 mm of eye relief and an angular field of view of six degrees. The PROSTAFF 3 is available for $179.95 in black and $199.95 in Realtree APG.

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