Bushnell Elite 1600 ARC 7x26mm Laser Rangefinder Eye Relief 17mm RainGuard HD -
The Bushnell Elite 1600 7x 26mm Laser Rangefinder is a feature packed horizontal laser rangefinder with an awesome 5-1600 yard finder accuracy. It comes with Bushnell's full set of proprietary technology: Standard Scan mode, Bow mode, Rifle mode, Bulls Eye mode, Brush mode, RainGuard HD, ARC (Angle Range Compensation), VSI (Variable Sight-In) and VDT (Vivid Display Technology).
The Elite 1600's Bow Mode employs Bushnell's Angle Range Compensation (ARC) technology to determine true horizontal distances of 5-99 yards with shooting angles of ±90deg. Whether shooting uphill, downhill, or from a stand, the Bow Mode's sensors and computers give a reliable archer's level distance. Line of sight distance, angle and adjusted horizontal distance are all simultaneously displayed.
Beyond archery use, the Elite 1600 Laser Rangefinder can be adjusted to display normal distances to 1600 yards and offers fully multicoated optics in a 7x26 mm configuration. Even in low light the optics are bright and crystal clear. It has a horizontal, monocular configuration and is nitrogen-purged with o-rings to withstand complete immersion in water and still stay internally dry making it waterproof and fogproof. A 3-volt battery is included, as is a carrying case. This rangefinder has a battery-life indicator, a Posi-Thread battery door and a twist-up eyepiece. This is a rangefinder every hunter, nature viewer or sportsman would appreciate using.
Weather and Wind:
- Built-In Rain feature compensates for precipitation to provide an accurate distance measurement in rain or snow
- BullsEye Mode acquires the distances of small, close-range targets without inadvertently measuring background target distances while Brush Mode ignores the foreground and provides distances on the LCD display to background objects only
- Rifle Mode provides bullet drop/holdover data in inches from 100 to 800 yards
- Bow Mode provides true horizontal distance from 5-99 yards
- Scan Mode allows scanning across the viewing field with a continuously updated LCD display of the distance to the target
- Range of 5 to 1600 yards for close and long range finding versatility
- VSI (Variable Sight-In) allows setting the holdover/ bullet-drop information for a rifle's zero - can be displayed in MOA or inches
- Inclinometer Angle Range Compensation (ARC) measures angles from + 90 to -90deg. with +/- 1deg. accuracy to correctly position an angled shot
- Multicoated optics on at least one lens surface reduces light loss and glare due to reflection offering a brighter, higher-contrast image