Nikon ACULON AL 11
This is an entry level priced range finder.
We recommend this range finder to the shooter that wants to quickly and effectively range a target up to 500 meters on relatively level terrain.
This range finder does not include the Incline/Decline Technology, only the direct distance from the shooter to the target is measured. The horizontal distance is the actual distance that the shooter is interested in, because it is the effective distance affected by gravity. This will only have significant effects on bullet drop estimation at elevation differences between the shooter and target, at medium to long range.
If the Incline/Decline Technology is desired, we recommend the ProStaff i3 or i7 range finders.
- Displays in 1 meter Increments
- True 500 meter Ranging Capability
- Water Resistant
- Portability and Performance
If smaller means better, then Nikon’s all-new ACULON Rangefinder is at the top of its class. With its ultra-compact size (3.6”x2.9”x1.5), this new rangefinder redefines “portability” and is small enough to rival most smartphones. Weighing just 4.4 ounces (without batteries), the ACULON Rangefinder is built to be taken everywhere.
- Utilizing Nikon’s Multilayer Coatings
Multilayer coatings provide an even higher light transmittance across the entire visible light spectrum. This minimizes the loss of light due to reflection, thereby ensuring a more natural, clearer view.
- Long Eye Relief
Nikon has manufactured the ACULON rangefinder, as well as many other of their optics, with a high-eyepoint design. This provides a clear field of view for everyone even with sufficient space between the user's brow and the rangefinder. This provides a full field of view when ranging targets even when the user is wearing eyeglasses.
- Single Button Operation
For fast, easy measurements, the single button operation of the ACULON rangefinder is simple to use and automatically powers down after 8 seconds to reduce battery use.
- Programmed in Distant Target Priority Mode
The ACULON rangefinder is conveniently programmed to display the range of the furthest target among a group of targets measured, which is particularly useful when the subject is partially obscured by grass or brush.