The calling card of a successful bowhunter is confidence. This season, transform unshakable with the help of Nikon’s ARROW ID 7000 VR laser rangefinder. Separating it from all others is Nikon’s groundbreaking optical VR (Vibration Reduction) system, engineered to reduce vibrations of the image in the viewfinder caused by hand movements whilst concurrently aligning the viewed image with the activated laser beam. The result is a rock-solid view of your target at the side of faster, more precise ranging. Optical VR (Vibration Reduction) Technology At the heart of the new ARROW ID 7000 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%*) and concurrently align 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 are reduced by approx. 80% (1/5 or less than without VR function based on Nikon’s measurement standards.) Bright, 6x Monocular Wide field of view, long eye-relief and bright optics get you on the right track faster. Distance Measurements Made Easy The ARROW ID 7000 VR provides distance readings from 8-1000 yards. Readings are displayed in .1-yard increments and thanks to Nikon’s HYPER READ technology, the measured distance is displayed with a fast, stable response, without reference to how far you are from the target. Distance readings are accurate to +/-0.5 yards/meters when measuring less than 700 yards/meters and are accurate to +/- 1 yard/meter when measuring farther than 700 yards/meters. Tru-Target Technology Make a choice from two different ranging modes depending on the situation. First target priority mode means that you can range an object as small as a fence post whilst distant target priority mode displays the range of the farthest target among a group of targets measured. ID (Incline/Decline) Technology Nikon’s advanced ID Technology provides the horizontal distance to the target, even when ranging at more than a few incline or decline shooting angles—up to an implausible +/- 89 degrees (nearly vertical up or down).