So Leica has a new and improved version of their golf rangefinder. This new and improved rangefinder has the same type of feel and balance as its predecessor. This model measures distances in both yards and meters and provides a switch so that golfers can swap between yardage and metric measurements to the pin. The new model has an updated LED which allows the user to easily spot the distance in bright sunshine, mist, or dusk — a much better viewing area than the previous model.
Leica put an special AquaDura coating on the lens so that dirt and water does not stick to the glass. They have also reinforced the cover so that it can withstand hard use and it is also waterproof which will keep in dry in depths of 3.3 feet. This is definitely a rangefinder worth looking at.
Lieica Camera AG has produced a laser-assisted rangefinder, the Leica Pin Master rangefinder, that has been specifically designed for golfers. The flag stick and other obstacles around the golf course can be precisely measured to within one yard from a distance of 218 yards. It has a magnification of 7x which will help player choose the right club and will also give an indication as to driving distance as well.
This is a compact and handy Leica golf rangefinder that will aide the golfer on an unfamiliar course. This is good for training as well as the golfer cn determine how far his average shot fro each club will go.
The professional laser rangefinder from Leica is a precision optical instrument that was designed specifically for the sport of golf. With the push of a button, it tells you exactly how far away you are from our target.
Laser rangefinders are more accurate but optical rangefinders are more reliable. Golf and hunting laser rangefinders need to be set up differently. … Hunting rangefinders should give the furthest distance measured (to ignore branches in the foreground). Golf rangefinders should give the closest distance measured (to ignore trees in the background). Some rangefinders can be switched to either mode. Popular brands include Bushnell (Pinseeker), Nikon, Leupold and Leica.