The Nikon Archer’s Choice Rangefinder has a 100 yeard range and comes with an elevation compensation utility which will help you adjust to your target for changes in terrain. This is a great camera for bowhunters Nikon’s advanced Incline/Decline (ID) technology helps you dtermine the range from a treestand or in steep terrain just like over flat ground. Just aim, push the button and plan your shot according to the displayed distance. The inside mechanism figures out and compensates the incliantion for you. It’s waterproof, fogproof, multicoated optics offer 6X magnification and generous 18mm eye relief. With ID on, the unit measures in 1-yd. increments. With ID off, it measures in 1⁄2-yd. increments. 100-yd. range.
"This is the second one I have bought so far. Bought this one for my dad. I have used my own for a year now and have had no problems. Very easy to use and hasn’t let me down."
Northernontariohunter1 from Northern Ontario Canada
"I have purchased Nikon products in the past, including range finders I have liked. This range finder worked well for angle compensation although performed very poorly when in fog or humidity. My main concern or reason for returning this product was multiple range discrepencies with minimal amounts of brush or limbs. Constant readings of 5-7 yards while trying to range elk at at least 40 yards on several occasions this year became frusterating."
JohnRDM from OR
"Works as advertised. Easy to use right out of the box. First use was just before daylight and I was getting readings around me with no problem. I was surprised to say the least."