Fast and Accurate. Measures slope adjusted distance.
Knowing the slope adjusted distance helps you
choose the right club.
Displays a guide distance to how far you should hit the ball, reading the uphill and downhill slopes of a course.
Employing ID Technology that reads the uphill and downhill slopes of a course, Golf mode displays the slope adjusted distance (Horizontal distance ± Height) which is a guide distance to how far you should hit the ball. This helps you to choose the right club on an uphill/downhill course where it is often difficult to accurately judge distance.
COOLSHOT 40i viewfinder display example (for uphill):
The upper figure shows the "slope
adjusted distance" while the one below
indicates the "actual distance".
For an uphill shot with an actual distance of 150 yards, the Golf mode displays the slope adjusted distance (179.8 yd.), which is the sum of the horizontal distance (146.4 yd.) and the height (33.4 yd.). You can thus select the right club for even both up and down hill shots.
Measurement display mode cycle
- Measurement range: 7.5-590 m/8-650 yd. *1
- ID Technology displays the slope adjusted distance (Horizontal distance ± Height) which is a guide to how far you should hit the ball and useful when golfing on an uphill/downhill course.
- First Target Priority mode is employed. When measuring overlapping subjects, the distance of the closest subject is displayed – useful when measuring the distance to a flagstick on a green with woods in the background.
- Target Priority Switch System offers two measurement modes: FirstTarget Priority mode and Distant Target Priority mode *2
- Single or continuous measurement (up to 8 seconds)
- HYPER READ enables quick and stable measurement response regardless of distance
- Measurement result is displayed in approx. 0.5 seconds
- High-quality 6x monocular with multilayer coating for bright, clear images
- Large ocular for easy viewing
- Long eye relief design affords eyeglass wearers easy viewing
- Rainproof *3– JIS/IEC protection class 4 (IPX4) equivalent (under our testing conditions)
- Compact, lightweight and ergonomic design
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 [First Target Priority mode/Distant Target Priority mode] When measuring overlapping subjects, First Target Priority mode provides the distance to the nearest target, while Distant Target Priority mode provides measurement for the furthest.
*3 Rangefinders may not be able to make a measurement due to raindrop interference.
- 2Measurement display mode
- 3First Target Priority mode
- 4Distant Target Priority mode
- 5Unit of measure (m/yd.)
- 6Laser irradiation mark ()
- 7Target mark ()
- 8Height (Actual distance at Golf mode setting)
- 9Battery condition
|Actual distance (upper): every 0.5m/yd.
Actual distance (lower): every 1m/yd.
Horizontal distance/Slope adjusted distance (upper): every 0.2m/yd.
Height (lower): every 0.2m/yd (shorter than 100m/yd.), every 1m/yd. (100m/yd. and over)
|Magnification ( x )||6|
of view ( ° )
|Exit pupil (mm)||3.5|
|Eye relief (mm)||18.3|
|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.