Nikon Announces Monarch 3000 Stabilized Laser Rangefinder

Nikon today announced the release of a new, further improved model of its famous Monarch 7i VR Laser Rangefinder – the Monarch 3000 Stabilized. The Nikon Monarch 3000 Stabilized has a smaller and lighter body and employs a vibration reduction function. STABILIZED function is employed for facilitating measurement to more distant, smaller targets while reducing the vibration caused by hand movement. A significant feature is the extended maximum measurement distance of 2,740 metres/3,000 yards that supports long-range measurement.

Another outstanding feature of Monarch 3000 Stabilized is the easier-to-view red OLED internal display. Red OLED internal display enables easier viewing in any situation. Automatic brightness adjustment function finetunes the display brightness according to the surrounding ambient light level.The measurement response of the Monarch 3000 Stabilized is stable and fast regardless of the distance to the target. The much-evolved HYPER READ is employed, which displays measurement results in approx. 0.3 second. Stress-free, rapid measurement is achieved without missing the crucial moment.
The body is waterproof (up to 1m/3.3 ft for 10 minutes) and fog proof, but not designed for underwater usage; the battery chamber is rainproof. The Monarch 3000 Stabilized, with its enhanced operability and measurement capabilities, is recommended for both those who are employing a portable Laser Rangefinder for the first time as well as existing users who are not satisfied with current models.

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