Bushnell Elite 1500 with Arc - Real Tree Camo - 205104
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The world leader in laser rangefinder technology conquered every ballistic challenge with the push of a button. Introducing the Elite 1500 with Angle Range Compensation. Its remarkable technology accounts for terrain angle to give you an accurate shoots-like distance all with the tap of a button. Rifle mode even tells you where to hold. So quick and easy, you dont have to be a genius to use it, although youll feel like one for owning it.
Built-in inclinometer Bow mode provides true horizontal distance from 5 to 99 yards Rifle mode provides bullet-drop/ holdover data in inches from 100 to 800 yards Standard SCAN mode BullsEye mode displays the distance of closest object Brush mode displays the distance of background objects 100% waterproof, fogproof - Fully multi-coated optics Rubber armored Twist-up eyepiece Built-in tripod mount.
Model: 20-5101 Range (yards): 5-1500 Magnification X Obj Lens: 7 x 26 Field of View ft.@1000yds: 340 Eye Relief: 19 mm Size (mm) 43 x 129 x 94 Weight: 12.1/343 Battery Type: 9 Volt Case Carrying Case.
Reflective: 1600 Tree: 1000 Deer: 500 Flag: 400 Accuracy: +/- 1 yard.
Bow: Provides true horizontal distance from 5 to 99 yards based on angle.
Rifle Mode: Select the ballistic group of your firearm (guidelines supplied). When you range your target, an inclinometer displays the angle and provides bullet-drop/holdover in inches (up to 99") from 100 to 600 yards.
SCAN: SCAN across the course while viewing a continuously updated LCD displayof the distance between you and your target.
BullsEye: Geared for close-range use, this mode acquires the distances of small targetsand game without inadvertently measuring background target distances. When more than one object is acquired, the closer of the two objects is shown on the LCD display.
Brush: Ignores the foreground, such as brush, boulders and tree branches, and provides distances on the LCD display to background objects only.
How a Laser Rangefinder Works
Laser rangefinders use an invisible, eye-safe Class 1 Laser beam (as classified by the FDA) which is "bounced" off distant objects with the press of a button. Then, the rangefinder's high-speed digital clock measures the time it took for a laser beam to reach a target and return to the unit. Next, using advanced digital electronics, the rangefinder instantly calculates the distance within + / 1 yard and shows the range in either yards or meters on a through-the-lens LCD Display. The entire process is so fast that less than a second elapses between the time you press the button to generate a laser beam to the time the exact range to your target is displayed.
Reflectivity of Target Types
Because rangefinders "bounce" a laser beam off the target in order to take a measurement, their range is partially determined by the reflectivity of the target. In other words, hard or "reflective" targets like a rock cliff or semi-truck can be measured at greater distances than soft surface targets like a deer. Ranges for moderately reflective targets, like trees, fall somewhere in the middle. Most experienced hunters will use their rangefinder to frequently estimate ranges to near and distant landmarks before they actually encounter a game animal. By "pre-measuring" ranges to spots where a trophy is likely to appear, they can concentrate on making an accurate shot when the moment of truth arrives.
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