The all-new Nikon MONARCH 2000 Laser Rangefinder is packed with advanced technologies and an 8 to 2,000 yard measurement range. Whether executing an incredibly long-range shot or bowhunting from a tree stand, the MONARCH 2000 Laser Rangefinder will surely become a trusted piece of gear for hunters in 2019.
The all-new MONARCH 2000 Laser Rangefinder delivers 1/2-yard precision up to 700 yards, 1-yard up to 999 yards and 1 1/2-yard accuracy when ranging 1,000 yards and beyond. Ranges are displayed on a variable intensity, highly visible red OLED display with five selectable intensity levels. Intensity levels can be set to automatic mode for self-adjusting intensities if desired for maximum contrast in virtually any lighting condition.
Nikon has integrated advanced technology into the MONARCH 2000 Laser Rangefinder including: HYPER READ, TruTarget Priority and ID (Incline/Decline +/- 89 degrees) technologies.
With a single button press, HYPER READ calculates distance measurements in approximately 0.3 second regardless of distance. The rangefinder continues measuring automatically until succeeding for up to four seconds if a target is not initially acquired. Eight-second continuous measurement readings are activated and displayed when pressing and holding the power button down.
TruTarget Priority allows users to choose between First Target and Distant Target when ranging a target in front of or behind another object.
Completing the MONARCH 2000 Laser rangefinder package, Nikon housed the 6x21 optical system and ranging technology in a rugged body that is waterproof up to 3.3 feet for 10 minutes, has a rainproof IPX4-equipment battery chamber and is backed with a five-year warranty.