Nikon just introduced what may be the first vibration reduction rangefinder to make it easier for hunters to quickly get a good range under demanding conditions.
Have you ever had difficulty holding your rangefinder steady enough to get an accurate range on a target a long distance away? When out in the field hunting, you may only have seconds to get a range and take a shot.
In an effort to make it easier for hunters to get an accurate range on that buck of a lifetime, Nikon has released what may well be the first vibration reduction rangefinder that they advertise as providing a rock steady range to the target and enabling accurate range-finding when seconds count.
Watch the video to learn more about this interesting innovation.
The Nikon MONARCH 7i VR and ARROW ID 7000 VR Laser Rangefinders both look like very interesting innovations. I’m not quite ready to go out and buy one just yet, but I’m certainly going to investigate how well a vibration reduction rangefinder works in practice.
Who knows, there might be a rangefinder like that in my future…
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