Sale Nikon ProStaff 5 Camo Rangefinder

   

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Realtree APG

Size:
4.4"X2.8"X1.6"

Objective Size (mm):
21mm

Eye Relief:
18.3mm
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The next generation of palm-sized geniuses, the Nikon® ProStaff® 5 Camo Rangefinder, is built for precision, speed, and consistency out to 600 yards. Each model has a 6x21 multicoated optical system with a huge ocular lens, long eye relief, and an optimized viewfinder display that shows distance in either meters or yards. Ultra compact design features Nikon's Tru-Target™ Ranging System for flexible ranging mode capabilities for various hunting conditions and terrain. Both models feature outstanding .1 yard readings and a unique option that lets you switch the display to find the mode that contrasts best against your subject and background. Powered by one CR2 lithium battery. Waterproof/fogproof.

  • Built for precision, speed, and consistency out to 600 yards
  • 6x21 multicoated optical system
  • Huge ocular lens
  • Long eye relief
  • Optimized viewfinder display shows distance in either meters or yards
  • Outstanding .1 yard readings
  • Powered by one CR2 lithium battery
  • Waterproof/fogproof
Nikon ProStaff 5 Camo Rangefinder 4.7 5 12 12
Prostaff 5 Laser Rangefinder This rangefinder compares favorably with the Bushnell Rangefinder it replaces. November 11, 2014
Great For Archery I was lucky enough to get this when it was on sale. It has worked very well. I gave it 5 stars because it is very sturdy and even after a couple of drops out of a tree stand it works like it did the day I took it out of the box. It does not go out as far as other, more expensive models do, so if you are a person that likes to make 600+ yard shots I would recommend a different range finder. However, this a great product for bow hunters January 28, 2014
Good not Great Out of the box this is a pretty nice little range finder. Distances are true line of sight distance (no angle technology here hence 4 stars) and quickly acquired. Holding the ranging button down allows continuous scanning mode which is great for marking several points at one time. The crosshair and numbers are easy to read, especially after adjusting the eye piece to the proper relief. Came with a nice carry case which was a surprise. For $250 (camo), this was a great deal but I really wish it had the ability to give true distance based on the angle you are at. If you're shooting significant archery distances out of a stand then this isn't for you, but for ground blind hunting this is perfect. Worked great in the snow after Christmas for late season hunting. Not sure what to make of the LED backlighting yet, it seemed to wash out the image in dim lighting but haven't actually used it outside yet. I would buy this again January 5, 2014
NOT THE BEST BUY FOR YOUR MONEY HARD TO HOLD AND ZERO IN ON SUBJECT. HAVE TO BE REAL STEADY IN ORDER TO GET A READING.WORKS PRETTY GOOD TWO HANDED, BUT YOUR NOT ALWAYS IN A POSITION TO USE TWO HANDS. NOT SURE HOW ACCURATE IT IS AT LONG DISTANCES. December 14, 2013
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Nikon's Prostaff 5 Laser Rangefinder has LED Illumination to assist in low light situations.
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According to the Nikon website is has LED illumination for easy viewing of the display in dark conditions.

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My boyfriend wants one, and I want to surprise him. I remember he wanted a nikon, but wanted one that could be used for his bow hunting and during rifle/ muzzleloader as well. HELP!
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This one is good out to 600 yards
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It ranges up to 600 yards which is plenty for most people (which is 1/3 a mile and enough for most cases) and is great for archery as well. I use it for both.
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Yes he can, it can be used for either gun or bow. It's an excellent product.
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The ProStaff 5 does NOT have angle compensation reading. Nikon calls this "tru target technology"... this model does not have it. Do not let the other answer here mislead you.
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it does have angle compenstation, it can go from line of sight distance or switched to true target distance for hilly terain
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Yes, this rangefinder can be used for golf.
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Yes, but wh.y spend your money on features that aren't needed.
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