SKU: GC46-BKA156YA

Nikon Laser Rangefinder Laser 30

Nikon Laser Rangefinder Laser 30

Bringing multiple technologies to bear, including a precise IR laser, built-in inclinometer, and powerful computing, the Nikon 6x21 LASER 30 Laser Rangefinder gives you the critical edge out in the field. Its OLED display offers information in yards or meters with the ability to choose the closest or furthest targets and line-of-sight or angle-compensated distances in either yards or meters. Beyond its powerful ranging capabilities, the LASER 30 is also a competent monocular that boasts water and fog proof performance in a lightweight and compact housing.

Optical Performance

Low 6x magnification presents a wide field of view and ensures you are metering to the correct target

21mm objective lens keeps the overall form factor slim and lightweight

Anti-reflection multicoated optics maximize light transmission to keep views bright and clear with accurate colour and crisp clarity

Spacious 394' field of view at 1000 yards allows you to scan the terrain for targets

Long 18mm eye relief reduces eye strain and improves viewing comfort

3.5mm exit pupil

±4 dioptric correction ensures crisp focusing

Laser Rangefinder Performance

905nm Class 1M eye-safe IR laser

Measurement range: 8-1600 yards

Integrated inclinometer measures the relative angle between you and your subject with an angular range of ±89° upward or downward

Displays in 0.1 yard/meter increments

The battery compartment is IPX4-rated, weatherproof

Automatic shut-off after 8 seconds of inactivity conserves battery power

Runs on one CR2 battery

Simple & intuitive two-button operation

Red OLED display is easy to read and displays valuable information including a crosshair reticle for accurate target ranging, inclinometer angle, and distance (in yards or meters)

Ranging Technologies

Hyper Read: Proprietary algorithm displays distance in 0.3 seconds

ID (Incline/Decline) technology displays a single range, adjusting for distance and angle, for you to be able to make an accurate first shot

Choose Actual Distance mode for straight-line measurement without angle compensation

Target Angle & Height lets you quickly switch between your target's upward or downward angle or its actual height

Tru Target feature lets you choose between First Target mode (closest target) and Distant Target mode (furthest target) to ensure your range to the subject you want

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Product Overview

Nikon Laser Rangefinder Laser 30

Bringing multiple technologies to bear, including a precise IR laser, built-in inclinometer, and powerful computing, the Nikon 6x21 LASER 30 Laser Rangefinder gives you the critical edge out in the field. Its OLED display offers information in yards or meters with the ability to choose the closest or furthest targets and line-of-sight or angle-compensated distances in either yards or meters. Beyond its powerful ranging capabilities, the LASER 30 is also a competent monocular that boasts water and fog proof performance in a lightweight and compact housing.

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