by American Hunter Staff - Monday, April 24, 2017
Nikon Sport Optics has announced its new LaserForce rangefinding binocular, which is designed to range 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.
The new binocular features Nikon's ID (Incline/Decline) Technology, which compensates for the effects of slope on trajectory. The LaserForce is meant to provide 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. It ships with an MSRP of $1,195.95.
For more information, go to NikonSportOptics.com.
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