Nikon has announced the release of new three new binocular models and the lightest laser rangefinder on the market.
Monarch 5 Binoculars:
The three new Monarch models all offer extreme magnification. The new Monarch 5 binoculars with 56 mm objective lenses are available with 8x, 16x or 20x magnification. They are made for use under the most challenging light conditions. Users will appreciate their sharp, bright images; their rugged design, and the high-comfort handling.
Nikon’s ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass, dielectric high-reflective mirror coating, and phase correction coating ensure that you see what is true to nature. The turn-and-slide rubber eyecups and generous eye relief ensure easy positioning and enable you to quickly get the desired object within your sight.
The Monarch 5 binoculars are made for demanding conditions. They are completely waterproof and fogproof, with a rubber armour that provides a secure, comfortable grip. The Monarch 5 (56 mm) models also come with a handy flip-down lens cap to ensure that you never lose the protective cover in the field.
Aculon AL11 Laser Rangefinder:
The Aculon AL11 is the lightest Laser Rangefinder on the market. It is an entry-level model for nature watchers and photographers.
Nikon's latest addition to its range of high performance measurement devices weighs just 125 grams, so you won’t even notice the addition to your outdoor or camera equipment.
The Aculon AL11 is extremely compact and fits easily into your pocket. Though small in size, it is reliable and easy to use. Equipped with Nikon's distant target priority software, it displays the farthest target among multiple results with a single measurement. It allows for instant and accurate measurement of distances up to 500 metres/550 yards in 1 metre/yard increments. High quality 6x magnification and multilayer-coated glass ensure a clear and bright view.
For more information, visit the Nikon website