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Nikon 16224 Arrow ID 3000 Bowhunting Laser Rangefinder
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- Nikon's advanced ID (Incline/Decline) Technology provides the horizontal distance to the target, even when ranging at various incline or decline shooting angles
- Incredibly long, 20.3mm eye relief makes viewing and ranging your target fast and easy
- Displays in 1-yard increments with a 6-550-yard ranging capacity
- Class 1 laser product, power output not exceeding .0975 milliwats
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Bowhunting Laser Rangefinder
Tailored to the range-finding needs of archery hunters and competitors across the globe, the Nikon ARROW ID 3000 calculates the shot slope and distance, immediately providing your “shoot-for” distance. With a durable and ergonomic design, water resistant/rainproof housing, and refreshing eye relief, the engineers had the serious archery hunter and shooter in mind. The innovative Tru-Target Priority System and Nikon’s ID (Incline/Decline) Technology empowers the Arrow ID 3000 to remove the guesswork out of your shot’s equation so you can focus on the most critical aspect of your hunt or competition: making your best shot.
Arrow ID 3000 Key Features
Long Eye Relief
Incredibly long, 20.3mm eye relief makes viewing and ranging your target fast and easy.
Compact, Lightweight and Ergonomic Design
Nikon’s Arrow ID 3000 is packed with features that are designed to make your life easier. From a simple, single button control to the large 18mm ocular, the rangefinder is very user-friendly. It also features 8 seconds of continuous measurement so that you can scroll across a landscape and pick out the distances of various landmarks.
Nikon Laser Rangefinders are backed by a 2-Year Limited Warranty.
Arrow ID 3000's rainproof construction means it will be at the ready regardless of the conditions outside.
Tru-Target Technology enables users to choose between two different ranging modes depending on the situation.This feature is especially useful if the subject is located behind tall grass or brush. The best part is that changing between modes is as easy as holding both buttons for 2 seconds.
Nikon's Arrow ID 3000 is packed with features that are designed to make your life easier. From a simple, single button control to the large 18mm ocular, the rangefinder is very user-friendly. It also features 8 seconds of continuous measurement so that you can scroll across a landscape and pick out the distances of various landmarks.
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1) The view is very clear. The diopter is easy to adjust with two hands and you don't need to change again. Even if you don't use the distance ability for shooting, this is a great device for spotting your kids at the beach. I am using it for rifle shooting. I am not kidding when I say that the clarity of the lenses is amazing.
2) I read complaints about it having black numbers. If you have a mil dot system those are black. Again, I think some of the complaints seemed overly picky. You might spend $1000 more and get the same black numbers. I just move the lens to a light area.
3) It was *disappointing* that it is not so easy to switch between angle distance for a bow hunter (I assume) and the actual distance. It is still not all that clear to me what the ANG is telling me other than some sort of angled measured on horizontal view. If viewing down at an angle, I assume the DIST or 1st is the hypotenuse.
4) I thought when I bought it that it would give both numbers of horizontal and actual distance at the same time. Nope.
4) Per usual the one BIG negative is the manual, if you want to call it that. Nikon has made a great product and given out a lousy manual.
If anyone wants to, I'd love to get a more precise explanation of the ANG distance and the DIST actual distance. It also seems that with a calculator one could get the actual angle toward the target.
For my purposes it is perfect and I am very happy with it. Like any other instrument like this, practice and more practice really proves the worth of it. This will help greatly with pre-judging distances while hunting or target shooting.
Only thing is sometimes if you have a smaller target (like a small tree it doesn't always get a read in it) but, for most purposes it is great.
Would buy again or recommend to a friend for the price I paid.