The pocket-sized, compact and light model.
- Measurement range: 5-730 m/6-800 yd.*1
- First Target Priority mode is employed. When measuring overlapping subjects, the distance of the closest subject is displayed – useful for measuring the distance to a flagstick on a green with woods in the background.
- Single or continuous measurement (up to 8 seconds). If single measurement fails, it automatically extends the measurement until succeeding for up to 4 seconds. Keeping the button depressed enables continuous measurement for up to approx. 8 seconds.
- High-quality 6x monocular with multilayer coating for bright, clear images
- Long eye relief design affords eyeglass wearers easy viewing
- Rainproof *2– JIS/IEC protection class 4 (IPX4) equivalent (under our testing conditions)
- Compact, lightweight (approx. 130g) body
*1 The specifications of the product may not be achieved depending on the target object's shape, surface texture and nature, and/or weather conditions.
*2 Rangefinders may not be able to make a measurement due to raindrop interference.
- 1Target mark ()
- 3Laser irradiation mark ()
- 4Unit of measure (m/yd.)
- 5Battery condition
|±1m/yd.(shorter than 100m/yd.)
±2m/yd.(100m/yd. and over)
|Actual distance: every 1m/yd.|
|Magnification ( x )||6|
of view ( ° )
|Exit pupil (mm)||3.3|
|Eye relief (mm)||16.7|
|Power source||CR2 lithium battery x 1 (DC 3V) Auto power shutoff function equipped (after 8 sec.)|
|EMC||FCC Part15 SubPartB class B, EU:EMC directive, AS/NZS, VCCI classB, CU TR 020, ICES-003|
|Safety||IEC60825-1: Class 1M/Laser Product FDA/21 CFR Part 1040.10:Class I Laser Product|
The specifications of these products may not be achieved depending on the target object’s shape, surface texture and nature, and/or weather conditions.
*1 Under Nikon’s measurement conditions. *2 Rangefinders may not be able to make a measurement due to raindrop interference. *3 Rainproof – JIS/IEC protection class 4 (IPX4) equivalent (under our testing conditions). *Note: The technology behind the Laser Rangefinder with inclinometer originated from technology incorporated in Nikon’s Total Station DTM-1 surveying instrument. The Total Station DTM-1, first sold in 1985, was the first highly advanced electronic model of those surveying instruments that incorporated a distance and angle measuring capability developed by Nikon Corporation.