Nikon PROSTAFF 7 Laser Rangefinder

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posted on February 21, 2013
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2/21/2013

Nikon has engineered new optical technology with a focus on precision and consistency in the PROSTAFF 7 Laser Rangefinder.

The PROSTAFF 7 is compatible with Nikon BDC reticles and the Spot On Ballistic Match Technology, and displays range in .1-yard increments out to 600 yards.

Readings are shown in an uncluttered view on a LCD display with LED illumination in either yards or meters. Its 6x21 magnification and large ocular lens ensure a large sight picture and optimal resolution, with contrast between subject and background.

Using Nikon’s ID (Incline/Decline) Technology, the PROSTAFF 7 compensates for incline or decline shooting angles up to +/- 89 degrees. It also comes with Tru-Target Technology, which lets users choose between first target priority mode and distant target priority mode.

The PROSTAFF 7’s size and single-button operation allows easy use with one hand. It’s powered by a single CR2 lithium battery and is both waterproof and fog proof. The PROSTAFF 7 Laser Rangefinder is available for the suggested retail price of $299.95.

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