by American Hunter Staff - Thursday, July 7, 2016
Nikon has launched its newest archery laser rangefinder in the ARROW ID 3000. The new rangefinder is tailored specifically to the rangefinding requirements of archery hunters. It features the company's TRU-TARGET technology and ID (Incline/Decline) features, taking the guesswork out of any shot's equation.
The ARROW ID 3000's high-quality 4x monocular system features multilayer coatings for bright, clear images. It provides 20.3mm of eye relief, including eyeglass wearers. The rangefinder's rainproof housing and wide temperature tolerance are meant to help it survive any hunt, regardless of where you pursue your game. A neoprene stay-on case and shoulder strap are included with the ARROW ID 3000, which is already pocket-sized.
Nikon's ID (Incline/Decline) Technology, included with the ARROW ID 3000, calculates the horizontal distance to the target. This feature is essential for bow hunters.
TRU-TARGET TECHNOLOGY offers users the ability to select between First Target Priority (1st) mode and Distant Target Priority (Dst) mode. First Target Priority mode displays the distance of the closest subject. Distant Target Priority mode displays the range of the farthest target among a group of targets measured, useful in wooded areas.
For more information, go to NikonSportOptics.com.
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