Nikon COOLSHOT 80 VR Golf Laser Rangefinder
The Nikon COOLSHOT 80 VR Golf Laser Rangefinder represents a major step in golfing technology by helping alleviate the effects that cold, wind, unbalanced position, physical exertion or just plain-old tournament pressure can have on a golfer. Nikon’s optical VR technology reduces external vibrations caused by inadvertent hand movements while ranging objects. For golfers, this means the target mark on the rangefinder remains stable, even when the body of the rangefinder is being moved. Not only does this provide the user with a steady image, it also stabilizes the activated laser, allowing it to maintain greater alignment for enhanced measurement performance.
Optical VR (Vibration Reduction) Technology
At the heart of the new COOLSHOT 80 is Nikon’s optical VR (Vibration Reduction) system, designed to reduce vibrations of the image in the viewfinder caused by hand movements (by approx. 80%*) while simultaneously aligning the viewed image with the activated laser beam for faster, more precise ranging. *The effect of Vibration Reduction: Vibrations of the image in the viewfinder caused by hand movement (sinusoidal waves) are reduced to approx. 1/5 or less. (Based on Nikon's measurement standards.)
Bright, 6x Monocular
Wide field of view, long eye-relief and bright optics get you on target faster.
Distance Measurements Made Fast, Easy and Precise
The COOLSHOT 80 VR provides distance readings from 8-1000 yards. Readings are displayed in .5-yard increments and thanks to Nikon’s HYPER READ technology, the measured distance is displayed with a fast, stable response, regardless of how far you are from the target. Distance readings are accurate to +/-0.75 yards/meters when measuring less than 700 yards/meters and are accurate to +/- 1.25 yard/meter when measuring farther than 700 yards/meters.
LOCKED ON Technology
THE COOLSHOT 80 VR features Nikon’s new LOCKED ON Technology and employs the First Target priority mode. These features give golfers confidence when measuring overlapping subjects such as a flagstick with trees in the background, to ascertain that when the LOCKED ON sign appears, golfers know that they are reading the distance of the target closer to them.
8 Second Continuous Measurement
Press and hold the power button and the rangefinder will continuously measure range for eight seconds. This is great when trying to find measurements of multiple or very small or thin objects, allowing you to know the distances to hazards, pins, mounds, and trees. With this feature, you have the ability to know everything you need to know as you approach the green, and target the cup.