Nikon Laser Forestry Pro Rangefinder

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  • Measurement range: 10-500 m/11-550 yds./33-999 ft. (can measure below 10meters)
  • In addition to actual distance, horizontal distance, height, angle and vertical separation (difference in height between two targets) measurement functions, three-point measurement (height between two points) is available
  • The results are displayed on both internal and external LCD panels. The external panel displays all results simultaneously.
  • Target Priority Switch System for measuring overlapping subjects:
    First Target Priority mode displays the distance of the closest subject — useful when measuring the distance to a subject in front of an overlapping background.
    Distant Target Priority mode displays that of the farthest subject — useful in wooded areas.
  • High-quality 6x monocular with multilayer coating produces bright, clear images
  • Long eye relief design affords eyeglass wearers easy viewing
  • Dioptre adjustment function
  • Single or continuous measurement (up to 20 seconds)
  • Waterproof (up to 1 meter for 10 minutes) but not for underwater usage; the battery chamber is water resistant
  • Wide temperature tolerance: -10°C to +50°C

Internal display

  • 1. Actual (linear) Distance
  • 2. Horizontal Distance
  • 3. Height
  • 4. Height between two points
  • 5. Three-point measurement
  • 6. Unit of measure (m/yd.)
    (No unit displayed for ft.)
  • 7. Target mark( )
  • 8. Laser irradiation ()
  • 9. Battery condition
  • 10. Distant Target Priority mode
  • 11. First Target Priority mode
  • 12. Angle
  • 13. Distance

External display

  • 1. Measurement unit (m/yd./ft.)
  • 2. Height
  • 3. Actual (linear) Distance
  • 4. Horizontal Distance
  • 5. Angle (º)

Measurement example (Three-point measurement: height between two points)

When three-point measurement is achieved, the height between points 2 and 3 is displayed on the internal LCD with Hor Hgt+Hgt2 (solid), and Hgt(2) and Ang(2) are shown on the external LCD. Points 2 and 3 can be reversed.

Measurement example (two-point height measurement)

When the measurement is successful, you see the height from the base to the top displayed on the internal LCD with Hgt + Hgt2 (solid).
For more information, refer to the external LCD.
"Base" and "Top" can be switched.

Forestry Pro
Measurement range Distance:10-500m/11-550 yds./33-999 ft.(*999 ft.: 304.5m/333 yds.)
Angle: ±89º
Distance display (Increment)
[Internal Display]
Act (Actual Distance):
every 0.5m/yd., 1 ft. (shorter than 100m/yds./ft.)
every 1m/yd./ft. (100m/yds./ft. and over)
Hor (Horizontal Distance) and Hgt (Height):
every 0.2m/yd., 0.5 ft. (shorter than 100m/yds./ft.)
every 1m/yd./ft. (100m/yds./ft. and over)
Ang (Angle):
every 0.1º (less than 10º)
every 1º (10º and over)
*Downward angle from the horizontal line: with display "-"
[External Display]
Act (Actual Distance):
every 0.5m/yd., 1 ft.
Hor (Horizontal Distance) and Hgt (Height):
every 0.2m/yd., 0.5 ft.
Ang (Angle):
every 0.1º
Finder Magnification (x) 6
Effective objective diameter (mm) 21
Actual field of view (º) 6.0
Exit pupil (mm) 3.5
Eye relief (mm) 18.2
Dimensions (LxHxW) (mm) 130x69x45
Weight (g) (excluding battery) 210
Power source CR2 lithium battery x 1 (DC3V)
Auto power shutoff function equipped (after 30 sec.)
Safety Class 1M Laser Product (EN/IEC60825-1:2007)
EMC FCC Part15 SubPartB class B, EU:EMC directive, AS/NZS, VCCI class B
Environment RoHS, WEEE

The specifications of the product may not be achieved depending on the target object's shape, surface texture and nature, and/or weather conditions.

  • Note: The origin of the technique of this Laser Rangefinder with inclinometer is the Surveying Instruments incorporated measuring capability of both distance and angle which were developed by Nikon Corporation. Among such products, especially, the first highly advanced electronic model, the Total Station DTM-1, is the root (Sold in 1985).

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