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Nikon Arrow ID 7000 VR Rangefinder

SKU# 3330098

$399.95

Item # 3330098

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• Tru-Target Technology enables users to choose between two different ranging modes, depending on the situation
• First Target Priority Mode provides the exact distance to the closest object among a group of targets
• Distant Target Priority Mode displays the range of the furthest target among a group of measured targets
• Wide field of view, long eye-relief and bright, 6x optics to get you on target faster
• Optical VR (Vibration Reduction) function greatly reduces the vibration caused by hand movement
• The VR function is always activated when the rangefinder is ON
• Horizontal Distance display mode gives you the actual distance to the target on incline/ decline shots
• Compact body design for a comfortable and easy handle feel
• Weatherproof and fogproof
• Ranges from 8 - 100 yards

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Update on the above review... Review by Heinrich Helmbold
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After using this rangefinder for a while now I can say it does what it is supposed to. Overall built quality is good but the internal mechanics aren't great. I believe it has to do with the VR technology but looking through the viewfinder you sometimes have a funny black ring obstructing your view. Letting the viewfinder settle a bit makes the ring disappear. It is like the lens rings aren't all aligned and it takes a second or two after moving the rangefinder for all the elements to come into sync.

The above problem with the viewfinder fixed itself after resetting the viewfinder about 3 or 4 times by taking the battery out. There seems to be quite a bit of problems with the firmware. Sometimes the Mode button just doesn't want to work either, and resetting is the only way to get it to function again. Switching between modes is also not smooth, it takes a decent press of the button to actually initiate the mode change, I think the mode button could have been just a fraction bigger,

But - as I said, it does what it is supposed to and once the viewfinder finds itself, the picture is crystal clear and it is straightforward to use. I have highlighted the above issues in order to write an honest review, but I do not think there is a perfect rangefinder out there. Maybe if Canon decides to join the market we will get close :-)

(Posted on 5/7/17)

My first rangefinder... Review by Heinrich Helmbold
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This is my first rangefinder so I am still quite new to this, but my first impressions so far has been good and bad. The overall function of the viewfinder is great and I will update the review once I have used it more in terms of range accuracy etc. My biggest complaint so far is the image quality and the internal display. I am a professional photographer so I am familiar with how to set the eyepiece for your eye, but with this I can either have the internal display (measurements etc) to display clear, or the target - I cannot have both in focus?

(Posted on 12/30/16)

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